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A worldview approach to ministry among Muslim women

Author: Cynthia A Strong; Meg Page
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : William Carey Library, ©2006.
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Using original field research from eight different language and culture groups, A Worldview Approach to Ministry Among Muslim Women explores a variety of ministries among Muslim women and provides tools to analyze their effectiveness. With contributions from scholars, field workers and agency administrators, readers are encouraged in a holistic Muslim ministry perspective through in-depth studies in Muslim beliefs,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia A Strong; Meg Page
ISBN: 9780878083701 0878083707
OCLC Number: 74649001
Description: 354 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part 1. Foundational issues: understanding Muslim women --
Christ, the hope of Muslim women / Fran Lowe --
How to study women in their cultural contexts / Miriam Adeney --
Deep knowledge: understanding a popular Muslim worldview / Cynthia A. Strong --
Honor and shame in Muslim contexts / Laurel Chadwick --
Muslim family law and its implications for Christian ministry / Evelyne A. Reisacher --
pt. 2. Area studies: understanding Muslim worldviews --
Faith on camelback: reaching non Arabic-speaking, urban, less-educated women / Sarah Mullin --
Offering bread not stones: reaching educated Arabic-speaking Muslim women / Farah Al Hasd --
How will they hear? Reaching the Muslim women of Sub-Saharan Africa / LaNette W. Thompson --
Stories along the Silk Road: reaching women in Central Asia, Russia and China / Victoria Lindall --
A life of ironies: reaching South Asian educated urban Muslim women / Yvette Wray --
Christ in their midst: evangelism and church planting among Southeast Asian Muslim women / Mary Benett --
The unknown sect of Islam: reaching Wahhabi women / R.A. --
A mystic union: reaching Sufi women / Cynthia A. Strong --
A quest for identity: reaching second and third generation immigrant Muslim women / Farida Saidi --
pt. 3. Strategic issues: discipling women in Muslim contexts --
Communicating Christ in contexts of persecution / Beth Stricker --
Using Qur'anic themes for apologetics and witness / Yvette Wray --
Signs and symbols in the land / Elizabeth Edwardson --
Networking: forming and maintaining strategic partnerships / Janelle Metzger --
Disciplining Muslim-background believers / Annette Hall --
Leadership development for MBB women: models and resources / Mary Ann Cate --
pt. 4. Case studies: worldview transitions --
From newspaper ads to church: a case study in literature evangelism --
Joining God where He is at work: facilitating a church planting movement in Central Asia --
Combining local witness and non-residential church planting: a case study of evangelism in closed countries --
Mobilizing near-culture believers for prayer, evangelism and church planting: a case study in Southeast Asia --
Chronological Bible storytelling in East Africa: a case study in communicating Biblical truth --
Ministry to body soul and spirit: church planting in a South Asian village --
Sowing in tears: a tale from Beirut --
I Corinthians 13 for Muslim workers / Earlene Voss --
Appendixes.
Other Titles: Ministry among Muslim women
Responsibility: Cynthia A. Strong and Meg Page, editors.
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Using original field research from eight different language and culture groups, A Worldview Approach to Ministry Among Muslim Women explores a variety of ministries among Muslim women and provides tools to analyze their effectiveness. With contributions from scholars, field workers and agency administrators, readers are encouraged in a holistic Muslim ministry perspective through in-depth studies in Muslim beliefs, anthropological tools, worldview analyses, case studies and explorations in strategic issues and discipleship. - Publisher.

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