Cities, 2nd Edition
Missions’ New Frontier
"This revised and expanded second edition is meant to be a user-friendly reference book for students and teachers, but any city dweller can benefit from its practical illustrations of effective urban ministry."--On
Peppered with practical, experiential illustrations, Cities draws its biblical inspiration from the model of the Antiochan church in the Book of Acts. It provides foundations for the practice of urban mission and impresses upon hearts the vital importance of this field of ministry. End-of-chapter discussion questions are included.
"Greenway and Monsma have provided the church with what I consider to be the best introductory volume to urban ministry. It is solidly biblical and comprehensive."
--Dr. Manuel Ortiz, Professor of Ministry and Urban Missions, Westminster Theological Seminary
"Greenway and Monsma write more than a textbook on taking the gospel to the urban centers of the world. Cities: Missions' New Frontier encourages people to labor that the masses are reached with the glorious gospel of Christ and His Kingdom built for his glory! This is a challenging, insightful, strategic, how-to, biblical book!"
--Doug Nichols, International Director, Action International Ministries
"Using strong, practical illustrations and principles drawn from the Book of Acts, Cities presents the keys to effective, fruitful urban ministry."--CBMC International
"This revised and expanded second edition is meant to be a user-friendly reference book for students and teachers, but any city dweller can benefit from its practical illustrations of effective urban ministry."--On Mission
"In this book church planters in urban settings will learn the basics of urban planting; pastors considering or already involved in urban ministry will see the ingredients of a clearly defined strategy for reaching the urban masses; denominational officials will learn why most of their efforts are failing today; and individuals looking for a place to leave some of their money will see an emerging landscape begging for philanthropic Christians."--Net Results