David Garrison



For 25 years David Garrison has served as a missionary with the Southern Baptist International Mission Board. His assignments have included Associate Vice President for Global Strategy, Regional Leader for South Asia, Interim Regional Leader for Central and Eastern Europe, and Interim Regional Leader for Northern Africa and the Middle East. Prior to that, Garrison directed the work of the International Mission Board’s Cooperative Services International program which opened new work among 40 previously unengaged people groups. Garrison’s quest to understand and join God’s global mission has led him to study a dozen languages and visit more than 80 countries, serving as a missionary in Hong Kong, Germany, France, England, Egypt, Tunisia, and ...more

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A Wind in the House of Islam

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Church Planting Movements: ...

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The Nonresidential Missiona...

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“Examining case studies from around the world, Nik learned that failing to disciple the women in a movement had dire consequences in times of persecution. Ahmed said, “We learned that when the persecution becomes severe, and the men are killed or put in prison, our wives would be given over to the mosque or to the tribal leaders. Our children would have no one to teach them the way of Jesus. Within a short time, our movement would cease to exist.” Joe added, “Ripken taught us that women are the key to the movement’s future.”
David Garrison, A Wind in the House of Islam: How God is drawing Muslims around the world to faith in Jesus Christ

“More than half of all Iraqi, Mauritanian and Yemeni citizens are illiterate, with illiteracy among women in those countries as high as 76 percent.5”
David Garrison, A Wind in the House of Islam: How God is drawing Muslims around the world to faith in Jesus Christ

“For this reason, history may yet identify the atheist Joseph Stalin as the greatest gospel deployment strategist in the history of Turkestani evangelization.”
David Garrison, A Wind in the House of Islam: How God is drawing Muslims around the world to faith in Jesus Christ



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