This section contains various manuscripts, articles, theses, and dissertations of possible interest to readers of this journal. Content is in some cases about Youth With A Mission (YWAM) or written by a member of YWAM, and in other cases not. In some cases we can make these materials available for free download here, while in other cases we can only provide a link to where they are stored elsewhere.

Please understand that our selection of these files does not indicate that the editorial staff necessarily agrees with or endorses the positions represented by the authors, but that we consider that their positions at least need to be heard.

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Bloomer, Thomas A. Formative Educational Experiences of Leaders as Factors Influencing Innovation in Organizations. PhD diss., Trinity International University, 1999.

Conkey, Calvin W. The Malay Funeral Rite: A Ritual Analysis. International Journal of Frontier Missions, Vol. 9:2 (1992) 45-55.

Ecis, Kristina. Missions in and From Latvia Particularly Youth With A Mission During 1988 - 2008. Bachelor's thesis, University of the Nations, 2009.

Henry, John T. Learning Community as a Mission Strategy. Paper, University of Wisconsin, 2006.

Hornstra, Willem Laurens. Christian Zionism Among Evangelicals in the Federal Republic of Germany. PhD diss., Oxford Center for Missions Studies, 2007

Martin, Glenn. Evangelical Conversion, The Responsibility Ethic, and the Spirit of Individualism. Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology, 10 (2006) 76-89.

Martin, Glenn. Individualism and Collectivism as Predictors of Functional Roles and Communicator Style of Individual Members of Multicultural Teams. Master's thesis, Regent University, 1998.

Rawlins, Matthew Lee. An Examination of Chris Argyris' Model of Learning in Relation to its Effectiveness in Creating a Cross Cultural, Team Learning Environment at University of the Nations Leadership Training School. PhD diss., Oxford Center for Missions Studies. 2001.