Two open letters, one to missionary candidates and one to mission executives, reflect the changing context of missions.
- CEO Thought Leader Briefing: Marketplace Ministry Strategies, a Leader's PerspectiveWed May 19 2021, 02:00pm EDT
- Podcasting 101 for Missions and MinistriesTue May 25 2021, 01:00pm EDT
- Webinar: Principles for Building and Leading a Culturally Diverse TeamThu May 27 2021, 02:00pm EDT
- Mission Agency ConsultationWed Jun 2 2021
- Apostolic Imagination: Recovering a Biblical Vision for the Church’s Mission TodayWed Jun 2 2021, 01:00pm EDT
Ministering transculturally requires letting go of “Christianity made in America” and contextualizing our faith in other cultures.
A sociological lens offers helpful perspectives in discipling Muslim-background believers.
To foster trust and harmony within a Christian workplace it is necessary for accountability to be carried out effectively and consistently.
Few skills are as important to missionaries as those which help in mastering communication in a new culture.
This massive volume is designed to be a textbook “aimed at expanding our understanding of contextualization and better enabling us to effectively and appropriately communicate biblical Christianity.”
Released to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the famous 1906 Azusa Street Revival, this updated edition of Grant McClung’s 1986 book purports to “allow the reader to put one foot into the past and the other into the future” of the worldwide Pentecostal movement.
The great lesson of history is that we seldom learn the lessons of history.
“Is Christ the only way to salvation?” has been a most debated question among Christian scholars in the modern and postmodern era.
I didn’t know who was going to win the 2004 Athens Olympics marathon. I did know, however, who wouldn’t win.