Catholic Action and Protestant Missions

From a missionary standpoint, Catholic Action poses a problem. The governments of younger nations are still in the infant state of free and democratic development. Political parties are numerous, and racial-religious pressure groups complicate every issue. In many of the newly independent countries it is not yet certain whether democracy as it is known in the […]

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MINTS International Seminary Expands to Nepal

In 2008, Larry R.*, a MINTS professor and president of the Global Institute for Ethical Leadership, received a call from Greg Hauenstein, the president of MINTS International Seminary. “How would you like to go to Nepal?” he asked. That was the beginning of MINTS’ involvement in Nepal. Through Boca Raton Community Church and Rev. Bill […]

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