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Peoples on the Move

David J Phillips

Peoples on the Move

David J Phillips

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David Phillips has served with the Unevangelized Fields Mission along the Amazon River, and as missions researcher with WEC International he has contributed to Patrick Johnstone?s Operation World. As a founder member of the Nomadic Peoples Network he has visited nomads in India, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, the Middle East and West Africa, and he regularly teaches in Nomadic Peoples workshops.

- Publisher NOMADS - they inhabit every continent yet have ?no abiding city?. Always on the move, they are often ?invisible?, unreached, despised and easily forgotten by settled citizens.This is the most comprehensive source of information on all the nonmadic peoples of the world. Not only for libraries or Bible college students, mission researchers and strategists, but for you:-maps to help you to locate these nomadic people groups, many of them unevangelizes-black-and-white photographs enable you to visualise them, and -people profiles and bibliographic data facilitate research.As you develop a new understanding of the political, agricultural, economic and cultural foundations of nomadic life you will praise the ?God of nomads? for his rich diversity and work among these peoples - and even consider your own calling and priorities in life.With forewords by Malcom Hunter (SIM missionary among nomadic peoples for 40 years) and Stan Guthrie (News editor Christianity Today)

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About "Peoples on the Move"

David Phillips has served with the Unevangelized Fields Mission along the Amazon River, and as missions researcher with WEC International he has contributed to Patrick Johnstone?s Operation World. As a founder member of the Nomadic Peoples Network he has visited nomads in India, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, the Middle East and West Africa, and he regularly teaches in Nomadic Peoples workshops.
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NOMADS - they inhabit every continent yet have ?no abiding city?. Always on the move, they are often ?invisible?, unreached, despised and easily forgotten by settled citizens.This is the most comprehensive source of information on all the nonmadic peoples of the world. Not only for libraries or Bible college students, mission researchers and strategists, but for you:-maps to help you to locate these nomadic people groups, many of them unevangelizes-black-and-white photographs enable you to visualise them, and -people profiles and bibliographic data facilitate research.As you develop a new understanding of the political, agricultural, economic and cultural foundations of nomadic life you will praise the ?God of nomads? for his rich diversity and work among these peoples - and even consider your own calling and priorities in life.With forewords by Malcom Hunter (SIM missionary among nomadic peoples for 40 years) and Stan Guthrie (News editor Christianity Today)
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Table Of Contents

  • Striking Camp - Introduction List Of Maps Key To Maps. 1. Who Are The Nomads? 2. To Where The Grass Grows Greener 3. Who You Know, Not What You Own 4. The Need For Understanding 5. The Pastoral God Of The Travelling People 6. Come, Follow Me 7. Christian Nomadic Partnership 8. Working With Nomads 9. Communicating The Gospel To Nomads 10. Moving On. World Survey Of Pastoralists And Peripatetics Per Region General Index. . - Western Sahel; Eastern Sahel; East Afrtica; Southern Africa; North Africa; Southwest Asia; Central Asia; Inner Asia; South Asia; Southeast Asia; Russian Arctic And Siberia; Latin And North America; Europe Index Of Peoples

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  • Catalogue Code 171478
  • Product Code 1903689058
  • EAN 9781903689059
  • Pages 440
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Missions
  • Publisher Piquant
  • Publication Date Nov 2001
  • Dimensions 248 x 172 x 172 mm

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