Categories: Diaspora, EMQ, Section, Volume 53 - Issue 1
How Economic Migrants Can Be Engaged in Mission
By Narry F. Santos
Migration & Diaspora: God’s Movement to Reach More People
A little over ten years ago I was introduced to English as a Second Language (ESL) for the first time. A student at the local seminary who was fluent in Spanish had started an ESL class at a small Hispanic Baptist church in one of the suburbs of New Orleans and needed some help with her growing class.
The Local Church and Mission to the Diaspora: Examples in the Christian & Missionary Alliance in Canada
Diaspora is not a new phenomenon, and missiology is not a novel field of study. Human migration is in fact a reality of the human experience, and missions and evangelism a mandate from the initial commissioning of Jesus Christ’s disciples. Thus, it is inaccurate to propose that the idea of diaspora missiology was initiated in the minds and meetings of twenty-first-century missiologists.