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About the Author
Table of Contents
List of Figures viii
Author's Note ix
Foreword Flip Buys xi
1 Introduction 1
2 The Roots of the American Missions Tradition 12
3 The Cry of the Global Church and the American Response 30
4 Developing an EdSTM Ministry in the Local Church 49
5 Conclusion 88
Appendix A Church Survey Questions and Results 97
Appendix B Missions Agency Survey Questions and Results 101
Appendix C Pastors Interview Questions and Responses 105
What People are Saying About This
"The work of Steve Curtis and Timothy Two Project International, as outlined in this book, is invaluable. It uses a biblical model rather than a pragmatic one. I heartily endorse the book and Steve Curtis unreservedly."
Don Kistler, Founder, Northhampton Press
"This book focuses on a gap in the kinds of short-term mission trips done by church volunteers. Steve's research is thorough and documents the need for education as an activity on short-term mission trips. The model he recommends is reproducible and adaptable to many mission settings."
Charles N. Davidson Ch, Lt. Col. USAF (Ret.); Director, Doctorate Degree Program, School of Divinity, Liberty University
"Steve Curtis has gained years of experience to be a 'mobile missionary instructor' in the most remote places among unreached people groups in developing countries. . . . In this book he deals with all aspects of the training and thrusting out of church members as short-term educators in God's worldwide harvest field. My prayer is this book will be used to raise up a significant force of short-term missionary educators to multiply the number of laborers in God's worldwide harvest."
Flip Buys, experienced missionary; cross cultural theological educator; International Director, World Reformed Fellowship