It is time to make “new mistakes” in church planting and in dealing with indigenous ministries.
- Innovation Labs - Session 4Tue Apr 27 2021, 10:00am EDT
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- Church Mission Leaders Peer 2 Peer: Diaspora Ministry and the Local ChurchWed May 12 2021, 01:00pm EDT
- Part 3 Mobilizing People of Color: the Latino American ChurchThu May 13 2021
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Statistics from the World Christian Encyclopedia appear to indicate that less than sixteen percent of non-Christians know a Christian; however, the Bible indicates that personal contact is crucial in evangelism.
The common assumption that churches in developing countries will
continue to need outside help must increasingly be challenged.
I’d like to introduce a tool that we have found helpful in enabling church planting teams (and their supervisors) to get a snapshot of the team’s progress in the church planting process.
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Marjory Foyle has finally written her autobiography, which is great news to those of us who consider ourselves humbled to be her legacy of open and honest struggles and caregiving.
With disappointment, we read Roger Dixon’s article, “Identity Theft” (April 2007), in which Dixon takes the Indonesian Bible Society (IBS) to task for producing an inaccurate translation of the New Testament.
This book should be read, absorbed and its insights worked out in all evangelical ministries.
One of the hallmarks of missionary life is tenacity and perseverance in the task.
Discussions of contextualization among evangelicals inevitably provoke a niggling question: How far can we go in making the gospel relevant within human cultures and contexts without giving away too much of the gospel in the process?