Review: No Longer Strangers

I got the joy of reviewing on of my favorite reads of 2021 on Books at a Glance recently…

“When engaging in ministry among immigrants, many Western Christians have zeal without knowledge, and they unintentionally end up doing more harm than good. Cho and Page’s book, No Longer Strangers: Transforming Evangelism with Immigrant Communities, is a thoughtful exploration of the complexities of cross-cultural ministry among immigrants, and the blind spots Western Christians may have when interacting with them. Reading this book thoughtfully and prayerfully will go a long way to prepare host nation Christians to engage in evangelism in ways that heal and do no harm to the immigrants with whom they interact…”

Read the rest of the review here!

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