Andrew is an expert in cross-cultural Christian mission. He has more than twenty-five years of experience in international missions and is a scholar in mission theology and praxis. He is a frequent lecturer in churches, retreats, colleges, and universities on trends in contemporary missions, the challenge of engaging with Islam, a Christian response to the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, and discovering creative ways of participating in the mission of God.
Andrew has wide experience with groups from many denominations including Presbyterian, Baptist, Congregational, Assemblies of God, Mennonite, Lutheran, Vineyard, and non-denominational. As Andrew states in Learning from the Least, his journey has led him to identify himself essentially as a follower of Jesus.
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Andrew F. Bush
Andrew has been active in international service for more than twenty-five years. He seeks to support and encourage non-Western Christians by listening to and learning from them as they make costly decisions to follow Christ in the most difficult circumstances.
Andrew says, “After decades of receiving from the West, the Christian brothers and sisters from Asia, Africa and South America now have much to give to us. If we are wise we will do less going to give and more going to learn.”
Andrew has served since 1998 with a Christian organization in the Palestinian West Bank. He previously worked as a church planter in Manila, the Philippines (1987–98). He now divides his time between active mission service internationally and speaking widely in churches, conferences, and colleges and universities in the United States, including Eastern University where Andrew is a professor of missions.
Andrew and his wife Karen have five grown children.
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