A pastor from the US, just last year, was invited to speak at a weeklong Christian conference in Malawi. The music that preceded his message horrified him.
Bridging the Gap from Stone Age to Space Age
The Jesuits had called them Zamucans; to the Bolivian farmers and villagers living on the edge of the jungle they were Barbaros or Yanaiguas. In great fear the Paraguayans spoke of them as the Moros. They called themselves Ayore, one of the nomadic hunting and gathering tribes of South America.
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…
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,…
Spirituality in Cross-Cultural Mission – Embracing the Lifelong Journey
Description: A practical exploration of the different spiritualities we grapple with over a life-time of mission ministry. The spirituality that “gets us there” will soon…