In this installment we dare to offer resources to help you better understand contemporary global trends in missions.
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Thanks much for the July 2009 Missions on the Web article on Folk Religions
Jehu Hanciles provides a provocative alternative interpretation of the ongoing development of faith in today’s world.
The tally of Dr. Ralph Winter’s accomplishments are staggering to consider.
David Livermore writes to open the eyes of mono-cultural short-termers who can only see the world from their narrow perspectives.
Filthy is an understatement. At one end of the river, it is being used as a bathroom; at the other end, a woman deftly gathers a jar full of drinking water for her family. You don’t need to have a microscope to see all the dirt and grime in this water; two eyes will do just fine.
The Global Dictionary of Theology is a magnificent source packing almost one thousand pages between two covers of one volume.
Compensating for power differentials in ministry by using space and symbols can lead to strong relationships between Western missionary organizations and Majority World partners.
The Missional Church & Denominations is the second volume in the Missional Church Series. It continues the conversation of the missional church in relation to the North American mission context, this time through denominations and denominationalism.
Being a purposefully reflective practitioner may be counterintuitive for most, but it can result in leading at a higher level.