The Brazilian Church Engages the Arab World
The Brazilian evangelical church has gone from receiving missionaries in the 19th and 20th centuries to becoming a church that sends out more missionaries around the world than the churches of England or Canada. That shift is the subject of a new book by CIU Professor of Intercultural Studies, Dr. Ed Smither. Of special interest to Smither is the Brazilians’ ability to adapt culturally among Arabs. Learn more about the book, “Brazilian Evangelical Missions in the Arab World” at: https://wipfandstock.com/store/Brazilian_Evangelical_Missions_in_the_Arab_World_History_Culture_Practice_and_Theology.
Smither Talks about his book at: http://vzaar.com/videos/1108451.
Or check out Ed Smither’s blog: http://www.edsmither.com/2/post/2012/07/brazilian-evangelical-missions-in-the-arab-world.html.