The Ralph D. Winter Story: How One Man Dared to Shake Up World Missions, the new, long-awaited biography of the late Ralph D. Winter—described by missionary statesman Ray Tallman as “perhaps the most influential person in missions of the last 50 years” —has just been published by the U.S. Center for World Mission.
Acclaimed author Harold Fickett wrote this engaging, substantive, honest, and illuminating volume. The Ralph D. Winter Story (William Carey Library, 2013) shows how the idiosyncratic but brilliant “social engineer” transformed the way evangelicals understand and do missions.
Please visit www.RalphDWinter.org, where you will see the following media resources:
• Book excerpt;
• Ralph D. Winter Timeline;
• About Harold Fickett;
• Suggested Questions for Harold Fickett;
• Q&A with Harold Fickett;
• Article: “Ralph D. Winter: A Man of Many Paradoxes in the Service of One Goal”;
• Downloadable author photos;
• Larger downloadable cover image.
The Ralph D. Winter Story is a great resource, both for those interested in world missions as well as those who want to know more about the larger evangelical Christian community.
To request an author interview or a review copy (either in PDF or as a softcover book), please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I welcome your questions and feedback.