Book Series: Publications by Members

If you are an EMS member who has a recent publication that you wish to have listed here, please fill out our book submission form.

Routes and Radishes and Other Things to Talk About at the Evangelical Crossroads

Allen Yeh, Mark Russell, Chelle Stearns, Dwight Friesen, and Michelle Sanchez (Zondervan, 2010) Five younger evangelicals discuss the future of Evangelicalism. Routes and Radishes invites you into a conversation about what the evangelical movement has been and what it is going to be. Five influential, younger-generation evangelicals discuss their passions for shaping the evangelicalism of …

More Details

The Goal of International Development: God’s Will on Earth as It Is in Heaven

Beth Snodderly, editor (William Carey International University Press, 2009) This anthology is a collection of William Carey International University faculty and student writings concerning the nature and goals of international development. This book is the first in the WCIU Press International Development Series. The perspectives of twelve different authors are represented. Order Now!

Finishing Well: Focusing on the Essentials for Ministry Health

Dale M. Wolyniak (Peak Vista Press, 2009) This book explores the challenges that ministers face on a daily basis and how leaders respond, both negatively and positively. There are many elements in a ministers life; like one’s style of leadership, time usage, accountability, nurturing relationships, and demands and expectations. All these, and more affect the …

More Details

Early Christianity in North Africa.

Francois Decret; translation Edward Lee Smither (Wipf & Stock, 2009) Along with the churches located in large Greek cities of the East, the church of Carthage was particularly significant in the early centuries of Christian history.  Initially, the Carthaginian church became known for its martyrs. Later, the North African church became further established and unified …

More Details

Discovering Church Planting: An Introduction to the Whats, Whys, and Hows of Global Church Planting

J.D. Payne (Paternoster, 2009) J. D. Payne explores the biblical, historical and missiological principles of global church planting as well as unfolding practical strategies for confronting contemporary challenges to our vital task in reaching a lost world. This comprehensive introduction to church planting shows the reader how to apply effective, international church planting practices to …

More Details

Missional House Churches

Reaching Their Communities with the GospelJ.D. Payne (Paternoster, 2008) Missional House Churches examines the impact and effect that house churches are having in the United States in evangelizing, discipling, and church planting in local communities. Based on the author’s firsthand research and interview with over thirty missional house churches as well as his own experiences, …

More Details