Secular development. At the very heart of the secular concept of human development is the belief in a better future world. The road to material well-being follows either the capitalist or the socialist route. These two basic views, both of which are economic theories, have not been challenged for at least 100 years.
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This article is a response to the article “Redefining Holism,” by David J. Hesselgrave (July, 1999).
The word “mission” seems to embrace any and every enterprise sincere Christians undertake.
It was late summer 1939. I was relaxing on the streets of my hometown, thinking about visiting my aunt’s market stand for something to eat. Not a care in the world. Until I glanced at the headlines in the newspapers being hawked on the street corner. A huge, foreboding statement jumped out at me: CRISIS IN EUROPE.
The following response is from John Orme of IFMA: Interdenominational Foreign Mission Association
The following response is from Evvy Cambell of AERDO: Association of Evangelical Relief and Development Organizations.
The following response is from John Bennett of COSIM: Coalition for the Support of Indigenous Ministries.
The following response is from Kenneth Mulholland of EMS: Evangelical Missiological Society
Any good coach will develop strategy for game day to take advantage of his or her team’s strengths, and to minimize whatever weaknesses exist vis-a-vis their opponents.
Back in the “old days” (say, two or three years ago), if you wanted to read a missions magazine, journal, newsletter, or bulletin, you’d have to subscribe—or go to a local seminary library. Not surprisingly, the World Wide Web is providing options most of us never enjoyed in grad or Bible school.