The Missional Reformation: Luther, Evangelism and the Unreached
From the Reformation to the modern era, God has been nudging the Church to embrace its missional destiny. Martin Luther’s role and writings changed the trajectory of the church, and yet, we have not fulfilled our obligation to the Great Commission. It is clear – the reformation is still on, and it is a missional reformation, a clarion call to make the Church a house of prayer for the nations. It is a call to complete, and not merely contribute to the Great Commission. And to do so out of the energy of prayerful dependence on the Holy Spirit, and the disposition of the Great Commandment, God’s love incarnate.
Dr. Grant McClung, Missiological Advisor to the World Missions Commission of the Pentecostal World Fellowship, along with Dr. Ronald Wilson, past General Superintendent of the Congregation Holiness Church, and Dr. Alton Garrison, Assistant Superintendent of the Assemblies of God also contributed to the book. Included in the book is a prayer guide for the unreached.