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Hesselgrave on Gospel Meditations for Missions

David J. Hesselgrave, Emeritus Professor of Mission at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and one of the most influential missiologists of this generation, has written the following endorsement of Gospel Meditations for Missions, the new devotional from ChurchWorksMedia.com:

“Have you noticed?  Currently we Christians are blest with a variety of books highlighting the Christian mission—why Christ saves us from sin and then leaves us in a such a sinful world at such a stressful time. For that we should thank God and greatly rejoice—except for one thing.  Some authors misconstrue what the mission really is. Not Anderson, Crowley, Hosaflook, Keese, and Tyrpak, however.  They define, defend and describe biblical mission in ways as arresting and unique as their names.  And in so doing they deepen both our understanding of what God is doing in the world and our desire to join Him in the doing of it!  This book is something.  Buy it; read it; pray it; and commend it to a friend.”

We’re thankful for such a kind endorsement from such a respected source. You can pre-order Gospel Meditations for Missions here.

(By the way, this would make an affordable and edifying Christmas gift. Ask Dave!)

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