David Palmer Smitherman says, "This book demonstrates how a handful of ordinary Christians can make a tremendous impact either overseas or domestically by running a mini–parachurch ministry with no paid staff. Such tiny, frequently independent organizations are complementary to both the large parachurch ministries and church–sponsored mission trips. I do not know of another book that describes such 'guerilla warfare' tactics for ministry." This book is an invaluable resource for anyone who is thinking about getting involved with mini–parachurch ministries. It gives clear direction regarding how to go about leading from a management and organizational level.
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David Palmer Smitherman is the president and founder of Antioch's Calling, a mini–parachurch ministry that is devoted to assisting Christian ministries in northern Uganda. He has traveled in Uganda since 2003 on short–term trips. Palmer has a strong interest in biblical finance. He is a licensed professional engineer with degrees in electrical and nuclear engineering. Palmer and his wife, Sandra, live in the mountains of norther New Mexico.
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Book Description Bridge-Logos Publishers, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111610361490