In many modern histories of Christian missions, the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century is depicted as a movement lacking missionary zeal. It has virtually become a given that the Reformation was not oriented to the church's missionary task. In To Win Our Neighbors for Christ, Wes Bredenhof answers these charges, proving that it is a mistake to say the Reformation and the confessional documents it produced have nothing to say about missions. The author demonstrates that the three forms of Unity - the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dort - properly understood, have much to offer the study of missions. More importantly, they encourage us to care about a world lost in unbelief, making us more mission oriented and outward looking.