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by A. Scott Moreau and Mike O’Rear Although diasporas have been part and parcel of our faith heritage since the Jewish people moved to Egypt in the time of Joseph, it is only in the past decade or so that an explicit framing of diaspora in relation to missions has been proposed. For this edition . . . read more
by A. Scott Moreau and Mike O’Rear By the time you read this, the four celebrations of the centenary of Edinburgh 1910 will be behind us. Of the four, Tokyo 20101 (tokyo2010.org) and Capetown 2010 (lausanne.org/cape-town-2010) were most focused on the interests and ongoing passions of evangelicals. Tokyo 2010 issued a clarion call to keep . . . read more
Despite some of the basic limitations, obtaining increasingly accurate and up-to-date counts on all types of issues is easier than ever.
This edition of Missions on the Web looks at sites that offer matching services and online listings of many opportunities with multiple organizations.
In 2002 we first developed a MisLinks page connecting to missionally-focused arts resources. Eight years is a lifetime on the Web, so we have returned to our Arts page to update it with new resources.
Most of the sites referenced in this article are focused on evangelical and Protestant Christian mission, and we’ve included a few Roman Catholic sites of particular value for evangelicals.
In this installment we dare to offer resources to help you better understand contemporary global trends in missions.
In this installment of Missions on the Web we look at networks, fellowships, and associations of mission agencies around the world.
Previously, we wrote about Religions on the Web (October 2002). In this installment, we will focus more closely on what are called folk or popular religions.