Our purpose is not to speak to this issue authoritatively, but to present the problem in hopes that it may stimulate further discussion and management in the larger missions community.
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No one can deny that the widespread growth and adoption of technology in society has heralded a new era with new realities.
We came to Uganda as a traditional rural church planting team, hoping to start a Web movement of evangelical Christ-centered churches through the Busoga region of Uganda.
In this edition of Missions on the Web we break with our tradition of developing a Web page for MisLinks and asked the developers of five key Web sites that support mission to give us a behind-the-scenes explanation of their creations.
Beyond doubt, the 10/40 Window as a trend has mobilized many like never before.
The entire concept of making a business of “Christian” weddings has sparked an ongoing and, at times, rather heated debate.
The Internet has made information instantly available. Twenty years ago even the world’s most sophisticated intelligence agencies would have drooled over comparable access to it.
Why do Westerners struggle with taking the Christian message to animists? Blaschke answers that Westerners are hindered by their lack of experience with spiritual phenomena and their limited exposure to event-oriented discipling.
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