If mission historians and theologians are to positively assess Business as Mission, they will need to take into consideration seven cautions.
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by Wonsuk Ma and Kenneth R. Ross, editors. Regnum Books International, Woodstock Road, Oxford, UK OX2 UKR, 2013, 245 pages, £26.99. —Reviewed by LouAnn Stropoli, congregational minister; inspirational speaker and leadership coach, Inspirational Leading. From Everywhere to Everywhere.” This phrase, cited in Mission Spirituality and Authentic Discipleship, describes the enormous expanse and reciprocity of mission . . . read more
In our mobilization, we must have the right foundation laid through depth in God’s word, prayer, and time with people.
Does sharing the gospel from the Roman-influenced Western legal system limit its impact in an honor and shame culture? This is the problem that Jackson Wu seeks to answer in this book.
Achieving a culture of creativity in the context of missions brings with it significant leadership challenges, but also holds the promise of greater effectiveness.
Cranton, David and Ruth Padilla Deborst. 2013. Mission as Transformation: Learning from the Catalysts. Oxford: Regnum.
The author shares selected scripture passages as heuristic devices to teach lessons relevant to the worldviews of animistic peoples.
An interview with some of the top mission leaders about the mission of Jesus in the world today.
Church was a form of religion, but life transformation wasn’t taking place on a consistent basis. We questioned the purpose of the church, our call, and if church planting and missions was really working.
Many churches may be satisfied with defining “a church for all peoples” as meaning, “a separate church for each people group.” But I found it increasingly difficult to justify this position.