Reeves summarizes Hunter’s impact in McGavran missiology with professors, church planters and evangelists. He highlights Hunter’s pioneering research among secular peoples at Muscle Beach and the fifth century Celtic movement, with broad application for enlisting and equipping disciples. Reeves also emphasizes Hunter’s less reported role as friend and trusted advisor, citing his personal experience of receiving encouragement and advice while forming and facilitating the Council on Ecclessiology, a project aimed at reducing counterproductive rhetoric among several popular movements.
Reeves, R. D. (2013). Church Growth Missiologist and Defender of the Faith: George G. Hunter, III. Great Commission Research Journal, 5(1), 10-26. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol5/iss1/3