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Missional University Press seeks to advance the work of Missional University by connecting excellence in research, scholarship, and education to Christian believers worldwide. We publish peer-reviewed journals, research monographs, academic reference books, textbooks, and general interest books for vocational and lay leaders in Christian service. Publishing authors from around the world, MU Press seeks and acquires manuscripts that inspire, encourage, and equip Christian believers for roles in missional ministry with a focus on intercultural studies, world religions, missional ministry, community ministry, communication, and theological studies.

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Dr. James Carter Retired University of Texas Professor

Why I Refused to Become an Illegal Alien is a compelling story that will not disappoint. The author offers a cautionary warning to the country to take a deeper and closer look at the issues at hand and to provide real solutions now -- to do more than simply relieve the [often self-impsed] suffering of immigrants by taking a stand for truth and justice.

Dr. Steve Tracy Professor, Phoenix Seminary

The challenge of communicating the historic Christian faith to a post-Christian generation can be complex and daunting. Amandola has developed an excellent resource for this specific task.

Dr. Ed Stetzer Professor, Wheaton College

In Facing the Change, Terry Coy sets out to provide a text that will realistically address the issues of the Christian church and spur the reader to think biblically about the challenge of missions and to act boldly for Christ amid a changing culture.

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