Authors:Eraston Kighoma, David Ngaruiya and Johannes Malherbe
PhD, SATS (2018) David Ngaruiya
PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Dr Ngaruiya is a Deputy Vice Chancellor of the International Leadership University in Kenya, where he teaches Thesis Research and courses in Intercultural Studies. Johannes Malherbe
D.Th., University of Stellenbosch
Dr Malherbe is the Head of Academics at the South African Theological Seminary.
Keywords: Mission, Missions, Money, Church
Citation: Kighoma E, Ngaruiya D and Malherbe J 2019. Re-thinking mission, missions and money: a focus on the Baptist Church in Central Africa. Conspectus 27, p. 71-93.
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