Sent: A History of Global Missions Volumes 1-3 Gift Set

Word Aflame Press
SKU: 31447
ISBN: 31447
Price: $49.99
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Sent: A History of UPCI Global Missions celebrates and documents the explosive revival and selfless sacrifice of the efforts of many who have worked tirelessly to do their part to bring the whole gospel to the whole world. This series provides an overview of UPCI missions work during the last seventy-five years and casts a vision for continuing global revival in the twenty-first century.

Sent: Volume 1
In this inaugural volume honoring the seventy-fifth anniversary of the United Pentecostal Church International, William Turner provides an overview of Apostolic missions going back to the early days of the Pentecostal movement in the first decade of the twentieth century. His approach is enlivened with a rich historical context including the impact of regional and global military conflicts on missionary efforts worldwide and features stories from missionaries who have labored in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Central America, and the Caribbean. May their stories inspire you to respond, “Here I am Lord, send me.”

Sent: Volume 2
In the opening pages of this volume, Dorsey Burk takes us to the birth of the Apostolic church in Colombia, South America. Throughout the book you will find inspiring and heartwarming accounts of missions work throughout South America and the Pacific Region. You will travel to nations such as the Philippines, Fiji, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Brazil, and many more. May these stories inspire you to respond, “Here I am, Lord, send me.”

Sent Volume 3
The focus for this volume is the Africa Region of Global Missions. Darline Royer provides a compelling overview of the history of missions work in Africa going back to pioneer missionaries such as E. L. and Nona Freeman and brings the story up to date with the continuing work of newly commissioned and veteran missionaries alike. May their stories inspire you to respond, “Here I am, Lord, send me!”