by Solomon Aryeetey Sebi tafratse (with all due respects): A Word to the West from the Rest These are indeed very interesting times! Sometimes, I cannot help but incredulously ask, “What is happening in our world these days?!” It seems like the whole world is going through a grand seizure which refuses to end. First, . . . read more
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A ministry may be placed at risk because of a
missionary’s self-defeating behavior and attitudes.
Seven quandaries individuals face and how to help.
by Graham Hill Wipf & Stock, 199 W. 8th Ave., Suite 3, Eugene, OR 97401, 320 pages, 2012, $35.00. —Reviewed by J.R. Woodward, co-founder, Ecclesia Network; author Creating a Missional Culture; blogger, jrwoodward.net What does it mean to develop a missional ecclesiology by and for the whole Church, for the good of the world and . . . read more
By looking closely at the life of Barnabas, we
can identify at least five things God looks for in
individuals so that he can effectively use them.
Facing “truth in love” from Dagara Christian leaders
was not easy, yet has proved invaluable to ongoing
ministry for one international worker.
Many evangelicals are beginning to engage a
cultural strategy (A-E-I-O-U) that touches five
cultural issues in Moscow.
While the Church’s historic engagement in justice issues is well documented, there is a sense in which a renewed commitment to the missiological integration of justice and evangelism is drastically needed to uncover a contextualizable way forward.
When you have been doing something for almost twenty years, you had better be able to change with the times. If you aren’t, get out of the way because you are certain to get run over and left behind.
Only when we understand the spiritual foundation of our fellowship with God and one another will we find the motivation and encouragement to work through the challenges of partnering.
by Edward L. Smither Pickwick Publications (imprint of Wipf & Stock), 199 W. 8th Ave., Suite 3, Eugene, OR 97401, 2012, 272 pages, $24.80. —Reviewed by Dave Broucek, international ministries director, South America Mission. Ed Smither’s work represents a mature evangelical description of Latin American missionary efforts. Earlier narratives of missions from south of the . . . read more