Africa has always had a built-in system that provides for the health and well-being of her people.
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A collection of nine essays, coming out of the 4th SEANET forum held in Thailand in March 2002.
The “church in between cultures” must be more than just multiethnic or multicultural, as it must transcend cultural and ethnic identities.
Honest business is rooted in God. Consider God’s character, activities and the objects of God’s actions. God is the Creator. God creates for himself and for others (Gen. 1:14). We are created in God’s image so the stamp of God’s character is in us.
The ultimate purpose of cross-cultural missions is to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people in a culturally appropriate and contextually acceptable way.
Although narrative preaching and teaching seems highly effective in Africa (as it does in most of the world) some Africans consider it a mark of immaturity or lack of education.
You are pioneering the growth of an exciting ministry. You have dreams and plans and a commitment to do things right. But your partner doesn’t share your way of doing things. It has reached the point where you are frustrated and unclear about where it is all going.
We focus our attention on short-term-related Web pages in this installment of Missions on the Web.
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The book will be of help to a wide range of people working cross-culturally, as well as within their own culture.