Learning from the Past: Women and Modern Missions

Friday @3:30pm

What has changed over the last 100 years and why? This workshop offers a helpful historical perspective on the contribution of North American women to global mission over the past century. Surprising stories of courageous and faithful women whose impact is still felt can inspire and guide today’s mission practice.

Leanne Dzubinski, Ph.D.

Associate Professor Cook School of Intercultural Studies
Biola University

Leanne Dzubinski served overseas as a church planter, educator, and trainer for missionaries for 17 years with Greater Europe Mission. During that time she also studied mission-related issues such as acculturation and women’s contributions to missions. With a ThM from Dallas Seminary, a DMin from Gordon-Conwell and a PhD from Univ of Georgia in adult education and human resources, she now teaches in the Cook School of Intercultural Studies at Biola University. Leanne also chairs the Intercultural Studies Graduate Dept and is PhD Program Director for Intercultural Education.

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