คู่มือหัวข้อพระคริสตธรรมคัมภีร์
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“คู่มือหัวข้อพระคริสตธรรมคัมภีร์”
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ซึ่งจะแนะนำให้ท่านรู้จักหัวข้อพระคริสตธรรมคัมภีร์
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Pages: 369
Binding: Perfect
Size: A4 Paperback
Published: 2021
Publisher: eSTAR Foundation
How to Craft a Story
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You may be wondering what makes this book different from all the other books about writing and storytelling.

The difference is that none of the writing advice that I have read has been able to explain the basic elements of 'stories' and how those elements work.

Many people give advice about story structure, formulas, plots, and other things that build upon the foundation of what a story is ...but I have not heard anyone explain to me what that foundation is nor why stories are constructed in those ways. If you want to create good stories, you must master the basics. If you don't know the basics, there is a limit to how well you can create a story.

Many people know how to write a story, but there are also many people who don't know how a story works. Many of the problems that I've seen in stories are in the basic construction of those stories. In this book, I want to explain the basic elements of story construction, how those elements work, why and how those elements work together, and tell you how to fix problems which even some professional authors encounter.

Please contact me if you have any questions about the concepts that are in this book or how to apply them.

You can contact me through my website:
http://smartrykfoster.com/

You can read a preview of the book here:
http://smartrykofster.com/books/

ISBN: 9780993946325
Pages: 388
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5
Published: 2016
Publisher: Smartryk Foster Publications
Eye of the Tempest
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First person account by Lloyd Oppel of his experience together with Sam Mattix, as prisoners of the North Vietnamese during the Vietnam War. Both were newly arrived, very young, missionaries to Laos when the town where they were living was overrun by the communists. Five months of captivity followed, including 40 days of forced march, 800 kilometers from central Laos, across the mountains into Vietnam and ultimately to imprisonment in the notorious “Hanoi Hilton.”

For these two twenty-year-olds, their captivity and survival became the defining discipleship experience of their youth. The lessons that God was teaching them have lasted a lifetime.

Pages: 241
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2016
Seeking the Unseen
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The Psalmist tells us that God’s Spirit is present everywhere. While full recognition and complete submission to that presence may not be evident in any human context, the existence of God does not change. The spiritual reality of a creator and sustainer does not depend on our ability to comprehend or explain the divine. In the same way, the purposes of God are not limited by our lack of awareness of them. Buddhism claims no god, yet spiritual realities abound in popular practice. What are these realities? What do they mean to the practitioners?

How can understanding these realities inform Christ-followers seeking to communicate the good news of Jesus in ways that all can understand and relate to it? In answer to these and other questions, SEANET proudly presents its twelfth volume, Seeking the Unseen:
Spiritual Realities in the Buddhist World. Christian practitioners from thirteen different Buddhist cultures and regions share insights gained from their wide-ranging experiences and perspectives. From Sri Lanka to Japan, from China to the Philippines, these women and men, Asian and Western, present on a topic that is often missing in mission literature today. And for readers seeking personal insight into the growing spiritual complexities of their own place in the post-modern world, lessons from these authors will guide you with practical principles from engaging, firsthand cultural experiences.

ISBN: 9780878080465
Pages: 311
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2015
Publisher: William Carey Library
Sharing Jesus Holistically with the Buddhist World
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This book compiles the works of “reflective practitioners” who are committed to developing creative approaches of communicating the gospel in culturally sensitive ways to the Buddhist peoples of the world with the hope of seeing them follow Jesus. The five major dimensions of a holistic witness among Buddhist peoples discussed are experiential dialogue, intellectual dialogue, biblical exposition, cultural sensitivity, and economic development.

ISBN: 9780878085088
Pages: 386
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2005
Publisher: William Carey Library
Communicating Christ in Asian Cities
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Communicating Christ in Asian Cities: Urban Issues in Buddhist Contexts is the sixth volume in a series produced from the annual SEANET Missiological Forum held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It developed from a keen awareness that certain urban concerns for evangelistic mission must be addressed in a unique way when viewed within the myriad and complex cultures found within Asian Buddhism. All authors included here write from many years of experience as Evangelical mission theologians, scholars, pastors and practitioners working within Asian urban Buddhist contexts. This book is divided into three sections with the first focused on foundational issues of ministry within the framework of Asian Buddhist cities. The second section includes four chapters addressing several contextual issues specific to peoples within Asian Buddhist cities. The final section includes three chapters on the topic of strategic means of evangelization found useful in specific Asian urban Buddhist contexts.

ISBN: 9780878080076
Pages: 297
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2009
Publisher: William Carey Library
Family and Faith in Asia
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If Christian mission in Asia and most of the non-Western world is ever to advance, it must seriously consider the importance of family networks. Far too long the strategy of a “one by one” approach has stifled the spread of the gospel, reinforced a highly individualized unbiblical theology and destroyed social relationships that might lead to conversation, conversion and social transformation. With this concern in mind, SEANET is proud to present another volume in its series addressing critical missiological issues relevant to the practice of mission in Buddhist, Asian and many other contexts. Our title, Family and Faith in Asia: The Missional Impact of Extended Networks, attempts to issue a wake-up call to serious reflection on a highly ignored social reality in Buddhist and many other social contexts. The book is a resource useful for anyone wishing to study practical approaches to issues related to family and faith in Asia, particularly in Buddhist contexts for mission.

ISBN: 9780878080229
Pages: 352
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2010
Publisher: William Carey Library
Communicating Christ Through Story and Song
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Communicating Christ Through Story and Song, the fifth volume in the Buddhist World series, presents models and case studies of communication of the Gospel through orality in Southeast Asia. With contributions from seasoned practitioners working in Cambodia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Philippines, this insightful book explores the Biblical foundations – and the cultural imperative – of employing oral tradition to effectively communicate in Buddhist contexts.

ISBN: 9780878085118
Pages: 320
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2008
Publisher: William Carey Library
Communicating Christ in the Buddhist World
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This is the fourth and latest volume in the Buddhist World series which includes Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World, Sharing Jesus Holistically with the Buddhist World, and Sharing Jesus Effectively in the Buddhist World. Compiled from papers presented at the annual SEANET Missiological Forum in Thailand, Communicating Christ in the Buddhist World delivers fresh insights from mission theologians and practitioners. The first four chapters reflect on the theological framework by which Christians can fulfill the biblical mandate to evangelize and transform peoples. The next five chapters consider the significant sociological issues that have arisen in the Christian encounter with Buddhist peoples. The final three suggest some strategic ways forward for effective evangelism in the Buddhist world. May this book challenge the international Christian community to find better ways of relating to and approaching people of other faiths!

ISBN: 9780878085101
Pages: 296
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2006
Publisher: William Carey Library
Sharing Jesus Effectively in the Buddhist World
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Description

This is the third book in the “Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World” series, written by evangelical mission “reflective practitioners” who are committed to developing more effective ways to win the Buddhist peoples to the Lord Jesus Christ. The opening chapter describes “The Changing Demographic Context of Global Buddhism”; the next six describe some of the best models of mission approaches for reaching Buddhists; and the last four depict some past and present “people movements” or “church planting movements.”

ISBN: 9780878085095
Pages: 398
Binding: Paperback
Published: 2005
Publisher: William Carey Library
Christian Barriers to Jesus
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Expect some shaking and refining of your biblical worldview as you read this book.

Hindus often have a high view of Jesus, but they struggle with traditions and customs around Christianity and church. Christian Barriers to Jesus uniquely challenges readers to examine nine barrier-producing Christian traditions from three perspectives:
• Concerns Hindus commonly raise about the traditions
• Assumptions Christians may hold about the traditions
• Teachings of Jesus and Scripture that often question the Christian traditions that confuse, offend, and alienate Hindus from Jesus.

This book suggests that we are not asking deep enough questions about what is essential for following Jesus and what is non-essential human invention. If we truly care about Jesus, we must honestly address where those non-essential traditions unnecessarily alienate millions of people from him.

ISBN: 9780878085453
Pages: 304
Binding: Paperback
Published: 2017
Publisher: William Carey Library
Gift & Duty
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Is the Christian concept of grace anathema to the social structure of merit- making found in Buddhist karmic communities? Are all Buddhist forms of merit-making purely for religious purposes to assuage cosmic consequences or are there other reasons? Are there not Christian churches who operate under a legalistic view of Gods divine wrath and are in essence living as karmic communities of the Christian type? The result of discussions about these and other questions is the volume you now hold in your hand. SEANET proudly presents what is number 14 in its series of missiological reference texts, Gift and Duty: Where Grace and Merit Meet. Each of the ten authors presented here represent a particular perspective, both Christian and Buddhist, that can inform the other. The goal of this volume is to lead to a deeper understanding of the significance of diverse religious and cultural perspectives.

ISBN: 9781532638695
Pages: 220
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2017
Publisher: Wipf&Stock
Restored to Freedom from Fear, Guilt, and Shame
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SEANET proudly presents Restored to Freedom from Fear, Guilt, and Shame, volume 13 in its series on intercultural and inter-religious studies.

These three cultural orientations impact the shaping and expression of worldview. While all are present to a certain extent in every context, this volume draws from the expressions and insights found from within the Buddhist world.

Understanding orientations differing from our own helps us understand more of ourselves, part of the enrichment resulting in the process of encounter. We require the lens of the world in order to better recognize our own cultural blindness.

We use the word “restoration” believing that it is God’s purpose to restore all that was lost through fear, guilt, and shame back to the original status of power, honor, and innocence through reconciliation on all levels.

This volume is for all who seek restoration to
freedom for self and others.

ISBN: 978-0-87808-527-9
Pages: 242
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2017
Publisher: William Carey Library
Developing Indigenous Leaders
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Every movement is only one generation from dying out. Leadership development remains the critical issue for mission endeavors around the world. How are leaders developed from the local context for the local context? What is the role of the expatriate in this process? What models of hope are available for those seeking further direction in this area, particularly in mission to the Buddhist world of Asia? To answer these and several other questions, SEANET proudly presents the tenth volume in its series on practical missiology, Developing Indigenous Leaders: Lessons in Mission from Buddhist Asia.

Each chapter in this volume is written by a practitioner and a mission scholar. The ten authors come from a wide range of ecclesial and national backgrounds and represent service in ten different Buddhist contexts of Asia. With biblical integrity and cultural sensitivity, these chapters provide honest reflection, insight, and guidance.

There is perhaps no more crucial issue than the development of dedicated indigenous leaders who will remain long after missionaries have returned home. If you are concerned about raising up leaders in your ministry in whatever cultural context it may be, this volume will be an important addition to your library.

ISBN: 9780878080403
Pages: 243
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2012
Publisher: William Carey Library
Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World
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This book on Christian missions to the Buddhist world not only provides understanding of many Buddhist cultures, but provides culturally relevant ideas on sharing Jesus with Buddhists around the world. It lives up to the editors’ goal “to provide the global church with knowledge and understanding of the Buddhist world and how to reach it for Christ.”

ISBN: 9780878085064
Pages: 210
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2003
Publisher: William Carey Library
Becoming the People of God
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How do Christ followers celebrate unity in the midst of diversity? How do we become the people of God in more than name only? A unifying Christ-centeredness demands living out kingdom values and bearing witness to transformation in and through a multitude of cultural manifestations. We struggle to serve, worship, and witness in the midst of this age-old challenge.

This collection of perspectives comes from settings where the good news of Jesus has not been the dominant historical norm. All contributors in this volume are practitioners. They have a deep appreciation for the cultural heritage and important moral values found in Buddhist contexts.

We believe these chapters hold valuable lessons that speak to all of the family of faith. Here you will find a wide range of topics and approaches that address what it means to become the global body of believers. These can speak to you wherever you are called to participate with God’s work in the world.

Christ followers are in the process of becoming what will one day culminate in a huge and startling celebration of people from all of God’s beloved creation. If you are interested in hearing from those discovering what that might look like outside traditional packaging, this book is for you.

ISBN: 9780878080427
Pages: 242
Binding: Perfect
Size: A5 Paperback
Published: 2015
Publisher: William Carey Library