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…
Factors affecting Asian American Participation in World Missions
Presenter: David Narita, Faculty at William Jessup University and physician at Western Sierra Medical Clinic Description: Asian Americans are excited about world missions. Well over…
Foreign Missions and Theological Education: Taiwan, a Case Study
I. THE CHURCH IN CRISIS During the twenty-five years following World War II, most countries in Asia underwent drastic transformations. The result has been the formation of a Westernized, secularized, urbanized Asian society in which the conflicting values of the East and West, ancient and modern, have been thrown together without a common framework for integration.
Identity, Security, and Community
By Dick Brogden Jeddah, KSA. November 2019 Synopsis: God is light and in Him there is no darkness at all (1 John 1:5). It is…
Why Renewal Is Needed in Theological Education
Every day, through many means and in all parts of the world, God’s people are being equipped for ministry. At least 55,000 theological education by extension (TEE) students are studying in 360 programs in 80 countries.