Called to Reach

Equipping Cross-Cultural Disciplers

Author: William R. Yount

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group


Category: Psychology

Page: 251

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Called to Reach is a much-needed book of encouragement and training for cross-cultural disciplers (teachers/missionaries) emphasizing seven key characteristics of effective Gospel-sharing and the ongoing importance of a discipler's own spiritual growth.

Reach and Teach

Educational Short-Term Missions as a Ministry of the Local Church

Author: Steve Curtis

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers


Category: Religion

Page: 138

View: 879

Many churches are involved in short-term mission trips. Most of these trips, however, are focused on economic or social development projects, coupled with "relational evangelism." Not many are focused on discipleship, or, more specifically, training indigenous pastors in the essential doctrines of the faith so that they can, in turn, disciple their church. In fact, reproducible models for in-depth theological education during short-term missions are rare. As a missionary presently ministering in a number of underdeveloped nations, Steve Curtis has witnessed the need for, and potential benefit of, such models. The reality is that there are countless pastors throughout the majority world who have had little to no formal training in Bible or doctrine. This book suggests a practical way that churches can use their short-term missions program--together with their adult discipleship program--to help meet this critical, global need.

Some aspects of the extraterritorial reach of the American antitrust laws

Author: Hendrik. Zwarensteyn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Law

Page: 174

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General While there is an abundance of literature dealing with the American antitrust laws, one can also observe that the application of this area of the law to foreign commerce is still in an evolutionary stage of development. To some extent this can be quantiflably explained by pointing out that the rapid rise of the interests of the American business community in foreign commerce is only a fairly recent 1 phenomenon. This participatory interest reveals a wide spectrum of commercial activities. While the traditional concept of foreign commerce was often limited to thinking in terms of exports and imports, present commercial activities include also such marketing methods as the establishment of foreign branches or subsidiaries, or 2 the location of manufacturing, processing, or assembly plants abroad. To this array of arrangements, most of which contemplate a widening of the market potential, we may add the current merger movement, the conglomerate charac ter of which has been termed its 'most unique characteristic,. 3 Little wonder that at least one author refers to the application of the 311titrust laws to foreign commerce as being still somewhat of a 'frontier area of the law'. 4 Because of the rapidly expanding participation of the American business community in interna tional commerce a gradual evolution of the international dimensions of the American antitrust laws seems therefore within the realm of justifIed expecta tions.

Advanced Media Planning

Author: John R. Rossiter

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 111

View: 913

Media planning consists of formulating a media strategy to deliver the creative so as to best meet the brand's advertising objectives, and then implementing that strategy in an accurate and cost-effective manner. Given that approximately ninety percent of advertising dollars are spent in media, a sound understanding of media planning is essential for the researcher and professional media planner alike. Although this book provides a novel and advanced approach to media planning, the basics are covered as well, making the book suitable for trainees. The authors argue that current media planning is still too conventional, that while reach and frequency are not incorrect, they are certainly too simplistic for modern media planning. This book introduces the advanced concept of using reach patterns in making the reach decision, and develops the method of factoring in effective frequency when making the frequency decision. Reach patterns are an entirely new concept. Effective frequency, while not new, needs proper definition and an operational formula for its calculation, both of which are provided here. Other new concepts are introduced and shown to be necessary for choosing an appropriate media strategy. The media planning software, `Media Mania', designed by Peter Danaher, can be downloaded using the following link:

Reach Your Full Potential (Collection)

Author: Richard Hall

Publisher: FT Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 449

View: 187

With the working world in turmoil and hundreds of thousands of people experiencing the reality of redundancy for the first time, Secrets of Success at Work shows how anyone can stay one step ahead and become brilliant at what they do. These are real secrets. Pearls of wisdom learned through years of experience in some of the most competitive companies around. They are the secrets that seriously successful people use to get ahead, even when times are tough. Here are ten core principles that you can use to be the very best at what you do. They're shameless crutches on which to leverage your talent, powerful ways to develop a reputation for excellence and winning strategies that will help ensure your survival in any economic climate. The Rules of Work are about how you are seen to be doing it. They are about how you appear to others. And they are about helping you to achieve the success you richly deserve. The first edition of The Rules of Workbecame a global phenomenon, topping bestseller charts around the world. This new, even better, edition includes 10 brand new rules to take you further, faster. These rules are the guiding principles that will improve both what you do and how you do it, giving you the unmistakable air of confidence that will win you admiration, respect, and the next promotion. With The Rules under your belt you'll have the edge in everything you do, without having to compromise your principles.

The Race to Reach Out

Connecting Newcomers to Christ in a New Century

Author: Michael J. Coyner

Publisher: Abingdon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 70

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Most church members would tell you that theirs is a friendly congregation, eager to welcome visitors and new members into their midst. Yet far too many of these same congregations have trouble translating this intention into action. Offering a friendly greeting to a new face is important, but it is only the first of many steps that congregations must take in order to turn visitors into members, and new members into committed disciples. The authors believe that to assimilate newcomers into the life and ministry of the congregation, the whole church system must be involved. Anderson and Coyner demonstrate how to identify and respond to visitors in a nonthreatening, yet interested way; how to share information about them with the leaders of those ministries and programs in which they would be most interested; how best to help them in their decision to become church members; and how to help them understand and fulfill their own call to ministry in the congregation. They insist that churches be motivated, not by a desire for institutional survival or advancement, but by a passion for people and their place in the kingdom of God.

Introduction to Fire Pump Operations

Author: Thomas B. Sturtevant

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 422

View: 859

Firefighters aspiring to meet the professional qualifications for Vehicle Driver/Pump Operator will benefit from this new edition that is updated to the 2003 Edition of NFPA Standard 1002 Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator Professional Qualifications. It teaches readers to efficiently, effectively, and safely operate and maintain fire pumps, with the must-know information that is critical for successful completion of the evaluation for driver/pump operator. Topics are logically organized, beginning with an overview of the roles and responsibilities of the driver and operator. Readers are then taken step-by-step through the construction of pumps and the procedures necessary for the operations of pumps. Theory and principles behind important water flow calculations are also provided, followed by expanded information on automatic nozzles, standpipe operations, hydrant flows, and other topics that promote the safe and efficient operation of pumps.

Mastering Yourself

How to Align Your Life With Your True Calling & Reach Your Full Potential

Author: Corey Wayne

Publisher: The Corey Wayne Companies, Inc.


Category: Self-Help

Page: 605

View: 732

Dear Friend, This book teaches you the hidden secrets of self-reliance so you can reach your full potential and accomplish your grandest goals and dreams. It will help you to discover your true purpose and calling in life. How to get any job or career you want. How you can get the upper hand in any personal or professional negotiation. The ultimate time management strategy that will help you maximize the use of your time, enable you to focus on your core competencies and reach your goals in the quickest most efficient way possible. It will teach you success and problem solving mindsets and skill sets that will enable you to overcome any obstacle, challenge or setback. The secrets to health, vitality and unlimited energy that keeps you free from common colds, flu and illnesses so you can enjoy your life with exceptional mental clarity, focus and efficiency.

Within Reach

Author: Michael Copeland

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 233

View: 165

Includes stories, sentiments and recollections from celebrities and friends who knew and worked with Billy Barty.