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Having spent many years working with the Slavic Gospel Association, Trevor Harris has been priviledged to witness the way in which the church in Eastern Europe itself 'missioned' the gospel, not only during the repressive days of Communism, but also with the subsequent freedoms that came after the 1989 revolutions, typified by the fall of the notoious 'Berlin Wall'. In this book, his desire is to stir readers into examining the role of mission and returning it to its rightful place at the heart of our local churches.
- This book is a comprehensive structure of the life, membership, leadership and mission of the local church.- Written by one with experience in the work of mission and with a vision of the need to revitalize the church in its view of this often marginalized yet vital activity.- Deals with the need for individual church to look at mission from both a global and local perspective.
Harris is Managing Director and Head of the Global Valuation and Accounting Team in Equity Research at Morgan Stanley. He is also co-Director of the Center for Excellence in Accounting and Security Analysis at Columbia Business School where he was on the faculty from 1983-2002.