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Crossing Cultures with Ruth

"Your people shall be my people..."

When Ruth the Moabite said these powerful words, she was modeling a form of cross-cultural life that is essential for men and women who seek to serve God today.

Crossing Cultures with Ruth offers Kingdom workers encouragement and inspiration as they discern and work out God's call in their lives. The book also provides practical insights based in Nelson's years of Fruitful Practice research into the best means and methods of missionary outreach. Here are just a few of the lessons from the book of Ruth:
  • Commit to and identify with those you serve
  • Cross cultures boldly
  • Know how to remain on the field effectively
  • Minister out of your own lifeóand out of your own loss
  • Earn your reputation so that it can be spent
  • Trust in the Masterís partnership and promises
Crossing Cultures with Ruth offers Kingdom workers encouragement and inspiration as they discern and work out God's call in their lives. The book also provides practical insights that are based in Nelson's years of Fruitful Practices research into the best means and methods of missionary outreach.
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Today a lot of us are blessed to be able to go on short-term mission trips. And GMI has developed a 6-day reading plan that you and your team can use on your next STM! This plan is designed especially for those on short-term trips across cultural boundaries. It will help each one in your group commit to framing each day with Scripture and focused time with your Redeemer. You will be guided to observe the people you have come to serveóand those who are already there serving for the long term. They are both based on the Crossing Cultures with Ruth materialsómade super-practical for your STM team. Get your copy now.

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