Christianity is the world's most global faith. Evangelical Christianity, meanwhile, is the world's fastest growing major religion in terms of conversion growth. And yet, at the dawn of the third millennium, the church's primary task ("go and make disciples of all nations") remains undone. Missions in the Third Millennium charts 21 trends both positive and negative with continuing significance for the Great Commission community in the 21st century. Revised and updated with two new chapters on urban missions and evangelizing Muslims, this up-to-date volume offers insights to help students, churches, missionaries, agencies, and Christians from outside the West grasp the big picture and take practical steps for more effective involvement. This edition contains extensive notes, expanded suggestions for further reading, and discussion questions.