New Books

African Christian Leadership

This important new volume presents insights from the Africa Leadership Study, which collected data from over 8,000 surveys and 57 interviews on Christian leadership and formation across three African contexts. Several members of the ScholarLeaders Fellowship contributed to this work: Drs. John Jusu, David Ngaruiya, and Wanjiru Gitau, as well as Dr. Nupanga Weanzana, President of Bangui Evangelical School of Theology, a VSI client school. Dr. Tite Tiénou, our Board Chair, penned the foreword.

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New Books

Living and Witnessing: A Practical Guide for Leaders

Drawing from her teaching and missionary work in Asia and Africa, Singaporean ScholarLeader Suraja Raman shares creative ways to communicate the Gospel in pluralistic societies influenced by atheism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and more. To purchase the book, email info@scholarleaders.org to get in touch with Suraja. Suraja received an InSights Grant for this work.

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New Books

Arab Evangelicals in Israel

With two other experts, ScholarLeader Azar Ajaj, Professor at Nazareth Evangelical Theological Seminary, examines the history of Arab Christianity in Israel and the West Bank, and explores the struggles and hopes of Arab Evangelicals. Read Azar’s 2015 InSights Perspective (co-authored with Brent Neely) on the refugee crisis in Europe.

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New Books

The Practice of Mission in Egypt

ScholarLeader Tharwat Wahba, Chair of Missions at Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo, traces the development of the Evangelical Church of Egypt and its historical relationship with the American Presbyterian Mission. Sponsored by an InSights Grant, Tharwat is currently translating this book into Arabic. Check out Tharwat’s 2012 InSights Perspective: Hope for the Church in Egypt.

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New Books

Africa Study Bible

With 350 contributors (including 24 ScholarLeaders) from 50 countries, this exciting new resource provides unique African perspectives, connects Scripture to distinct African contexts, and relates biblical truth to traditional African wisdom. ScholarLeaders John Jusu (Supervising Editor) and Gladys Mwiti served on the Editorial Board, chaired by ScholarLeaders Board Chair Tite Tiénou. Watch Gladys explain the value of this volume here.

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