WHEN THE NETWORK NEWS COMES ON AND SHOWS MORE AFRICANS SUFFERING FORM STARVATION AND DISEASE, ARE YOU TEMPTED TO TURN THE DIAL? When you read headlines about Latin American troops firing into a crowd of angry demonstrators, do you rush past it to the sports page? When you see the faces of Arabs who may never learn of Christ's love, do you feel glad you weren't born a Muslim?
You're not alone-even among believers. There is increasing pressure on Christians today to "seek personal comfort and ease, to look for a self-centered relationship with God," writes Paul Borthwick. Instead of becoming world Christians, we're becoming worldly Christians.
A Mind for Missions helps you break that mold. In these pages you'll discover ten building blocks for sensitizing yourself or your group to the needs beyond our borders. From prayer and giving to current events and lifestyle choices, Borthwick leads you to practical ways of sharpening your world vision right where you live.