Jake Taube, a missionary associated with Project China who has written and published a book called: “Send Me, I’ll Go”. It challenges individuals and church communities to reevaluate their emphasis on proclamation ministry. Send Me examines the importance that Scripture, along with the early church’s emphasis upon Jesus’ charge to the disciples at the Great Commission, while discussing how our modern understanding can be better informed.
You can purchase the book through the link below on Amazon:
More about Jake: He and his family have served in the Chinese-speaking world since 2007. They work with Project China, a missionary team working to train Chinese pastors and plant unregistered churches throughout China. Since his expulsion from mainland China in 2014, Jake serves as a church planter in Taiwan. It is his greatest privilege to be not only a beneficiary but an agent of Christ’s reconciling work in places where His gospel was previously unknown. More of Jake’s thoughts on missions can be found at gospelinchina.com.