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Ministering Cross-Culturally: An Incarnational Model for Personal Relationships

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Differences among people can intensify by failing to recognize cultural differences. The authors offer Jesus as a model for reducing miscommunication ... Show synopsis

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  • Recommend May 30, 2009
    by TTSanchz

    This was an excellent read; it really makes you think about what we do from our cultural point of view and how we see those whose culture differs from ours. It take a view of three perspectives in a various situations; the one from our perspective, second the perspective of the other culture, and the Biblical perspective. I do recommend this read for those thinking of working outside of their culture ?

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