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Duane Elmer shows us how to avoid pitfalls and cultural faux pas, and how to make the most of opportunities to build cross-cultural relationships.This guide offers tools needed to reduce apprehension, communicate effectively, and establish genuine trust and acceptance.
Duane Elmer gives a culturally-savvy insight into how we can follow Jesus' steps to become global servants, whether you're going on your first short-term mission trip or ministering overseas for extended periods.
Patty Lane shows you how to develop hands-on relational skills that build crosscultural friendships. She provides practical resources to help navigate multicultural environments with sensitivity and savvy.Lane demonstrates God's heart for building bridges across cultures and how you can reach out to people of every nation, culture and ethnicity.
Teaching Cross-Culturally is a challenging consideration of what it means to be a Christian educator in a culture other than your own. Ideal for the western-trained educator or missionary who plans to work in a non-western setting.
In Untamed Hospitality, Newman dispels modern myths of hospitality as superficial commodity bought and sold at The Pottery Barn and restores it to its proper place within God's story. Worship, is the believer's participation in divine hospitality.
A pioneering look at the implications of Christian faith for foreign language education. David Smith and Barbara Carvill show how Christian faith sheds light on the history, aims, content, and methods of foreign language education.
David Smith offers an excellent guide to living and learning in our culturally interconnected world. The book skillfully weaves together theological and practical concerns, and Smith's text is peppered with stories from his own extensive firsthand experience.
Sutherland offers passionate plea to recover and rediscover hospitality, and respond to the divine appeal to welcome the stranger. He offers a challenging definition of hospitality and calls us to practice that is the virtue by which the church stands or falls.
This book explores possible roles and impact of teachers' and students' faith in the English language classroom. It is on the front line in providing empirical data that offers firm insights into the actual role that faith plays in various aspects of the language learning/teaching experience.