By Bill MacLeod
Last night, I taught my first “Perspectives on the World Christian Movement” class of the year.
As I drove to the class, I thought of the first time that I took the 15-week Perspectives course, twenty years ago. At that time, I was a newly-appointed missions pastor. I had studied and earned undergrad and grad degrees from solid, nationally-recognized Biblical institutions. But, what I encountered in those 15 weeks in the Perspectives course surpassed anything I had experienced before.