Welcoming the Stranger
Presenter: Matthew Soerens, US Director of Church Mobilization, World Relief Description: Refugee and immigration issues have dominated headlines globally recently. While many American Christians view these…
The Theology of Salvation at Bangkok
When the theme for the eighth ecumenical World Mission Conference “Salvation Today” was announced shortly after the Uppsala Assembly in 1968, many evangelical minds all over the world rejoiced.
The Roles of Church and Mission in Crisis Management: Overlap? Competition? Cooperation?
Description: This webinar will look at the issues churches and missions face in responding to crises on the field. How do they cooperate and communicate…
From Unhealthy Dependency To Local Sustainability
Presented by: Jean A. Johnson, Executive Director of Five Stones Global Description: It takes a great amount of intentionality to create a culture of dignity,…
What Has Been the Evangelical Stance, New Delhi to Uppsala?
The Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Churches has come and gone. Uppsala (1968), a small university town in eastern Sweden, has joined Amsterdam (1948), Evanston (1954), and New Delhi (1961) in the unfolding of the Ecumenical Movement.