Time for African American Missionaries
While teaching a group of Ugandan church leaders, I mentioned how few African Americans were engaged in global missions. Okiru Ezekiel jumped up and shouted, “Tell them to come!”
Let More African Americans Minister to Their “Cousin” Black Africans!
The author looks at similar values between African Americans and Black Africans that can lead to spiritual and social bonding and missional opportunities between the two groups.
Making Literature African
At one time Christian literature with a strong European or American flavor was welcomed in African countries. Christianity was equated with education and progress, and its links with civilized” countries were an advantage.
Critical Needs of the Fast-growing African Churches
A few years ago I found myself the only white man in a crowd of several hundred marching along a road in a new suburb of the ancient city of Ife, Nigeria, lustily singing “Onward, Christian Soldiers” in Yoruba.
Diversity on the Mission Field
Join Ted and Matthew as they discuss “Diversity on the Mission Field” with guest Pastor Adrian Reeves.