Paul Chilcote's collection of essays and articles in Making Disciples in the Global Parish: Global Perspectives on Mission and Evangelism reflects on what it means to make disciples in specific contexts around the world. A rich resource for future conversation...
W. Stephen Gunter and Elaine Robinson have assembled essays and papers on Considering the Great Commission: Evangelism and Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit. I appreciate the practical aspects of this work.
Darrell Whitman and Gerald H. Anderson have edited a unique volume on World Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit. This work also explores the challenges facing the Wesleyan movement around the world and asks difficult questions with respect to the fires of renewal.
These works are available, of course, through amazon, but they provide food-for-thought as we consider the global impact and nature of the Wesleyan movement, not to mention the United Methodist Church.