Explore our training and missional thinking resources, book reviews and Interserve history books.
Resources to explore and delve into topics around mission.
Rev. Dr. John Stringer (ed), 2008
Written by ten Interserve Partners whose experience, thinking and track records have developed during their years of serving in the Arab World.
Rev. Dr. John Stringer (ed), 2009
Focuses mostly on issues of reconciliation and mission in the Arab World. For anyone with an interest in mission and the Church in the Muslim World.
Vivienne Stacey, 2009
A collection of the writings of Vivienne Stacey on spiritual warfare.
Dr. David P. Teague with Dr. Harvey Shepard, 2010
What is lacking in many leaders is spiritual depth, writes Dr. David P. Teague. He has forty years of experience as a pastoral and mission leader.
Rev. Dr. John Stringer (ed), 2011
This book explores what it means to join together to serve God’s purposes in the nations. The receiving church, sending church, mission agency and mission partner work in partnership to support each other’s God-given ministry.
Rev. Dr. John Stringer (ed), 2011
How do we manage the tensions of living with crisis and the concerns of those who support people in mission? This book contains conference papers that seek to address questions of best practice for mission agencies, workers, supporting churches and individuals.
Ellen Alexander & Robin Thomson (eds), 2011
This book is the result of a conference in Delhi in Feb 2010. Most papers are from first-generation Christians telling of their struggles and misgivings in following or communicating the way of Jesus.
Dr. Melanie McNeal (ed)
Participating with the Church in her call to make disciples is at the heart of our purpose in Interserve. This book explores discipleship in the context of mission and where we work as we put discipleship back at the centre of wholistic mission.
Fill in the form below to let us know what you’d like to purchase, and we’ll be in touch.
We love to read. In our Go magazines we publish book reviews, choosing books that are topical or interesting to our community at the time of publishing. Our reviews are written for the interest of our readers, and don’t necessarily indicate endorsement of the book by Interserve.
These four books have been written to tell the story of Interserve (formerly ZBMM & BMMF) during the various seasons of its 160+ year history.
J. C. Pollock, 1958
“This book is the authorised story of the Mission which pioneered education, medical and Bible work among India’s women. It begins in the 1820s and continues to the present. It is a story of courage and self-sacrifice, and is full of colour and incident…”
Katharine Makower, 1993
In this sequel to Shadows Fall Apart, Katharine Makower explores the different directions taken by Interserve since its centenary in 1952, examining its increasing emphasis on co-operation ventures with national churches, particularly in South Asia, and looking at Britain as part of the global mission field.
Elizabeth A. Tebbe, 2001
Elizabeth and Jim Tebbe worked with Interserve for most of their adult lives, beginning in 1977 in Pakistan with what was then BMMF. In celebration of the organisation’s 150th birthday, Elizabeth was asked to write this short history which captures many pictures of God’s grace at work through this community.
Naomi Reed, 2015
Renowned storyteller and former Interserve Partner, Naomi Reed tells the recent history of Interserve through ten stories of workers serving over the last 25 years. The book will be launched through a series of events around the country during 2015. Be sure to get your copy there!