Faith & New Frontiers

Brian Underwood’s accessible, contemporary missionary history examines in the particular the period from 1992 to 2002, and analyses the current cultural context. It portrays a society confident in the Christ of the Scriptures and cooperative in attitude, which serves people of every conceivable denomination and nationality. His book is both relevant and inspiring, and ably demonstrates the contribution a voluntary mission agency can make when encouraged by the Church to pursue its specialist calling.