Missiologically Aware Blog

The How-Tos of Women in Leadership

However, an enormous gap still remains between men and women in the top leadership echelon of financial and educational institutions. This gap is also reflected in evangelical mission organizations where women comprise two-thirds of the mission workforce yet only a handful are in positions of leadership.

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Getting Started with Movements

Moerman helps readers develop the vision, understanding, knowledge, and tools necessary to take the first steps toward mobilizing a movement.

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Contemporary Research on Global Christianity

In just seven chapters and under 150 pages, World Christianity and the Unfinished Task provides a broad overview of the current status of global Christianity.

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Hospitality: A Christian Discipline

With a growing number of displaced people around the world, it is imperative for Christians to understand God’s heart for the vulnerable. As more and more refugees, immigrants, and international students are sovereignly brought into our lives, we need to be open to welcoming them and showing them the love of Jesus Christ.

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The Shift of an Era

Wilson builds his case for the role of catalysts by first seeking to lay a foundation for gospel movements from the New Testament and relating these historical accounts to similar experiences today.

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Teaching and Learning Across Cultures

This book is impressive in both its scope and depth. From theories of human development to orality to online learning methodology, Ott covers a lot of territory.

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The Necessity of Double Listening

Pointing to demographic shifts toward increasing cultural and religious plurality, driven by globalization and increased migration, the authors advocate for the necessity of “double listening,” or being attentive to both the ongoing work of the Holy Spirit and the varied concerns and assumptions of religious seekers.

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Shrines and the African Worldview

Africans, including Christians and Muslims, generally believe in Western medicine; however, they often add traditional healing practices to it due to their familiarity. Most African Independent Churches use scriptures like Ezekiel 47:12 which mentions healing leaves to support their practices.

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Ministry and Education Principles in the Middle East and North Arica

This book is a passionate, heartfelt, and resourceful treatise on leadership training, experiential learning, and contextual practices in the Middle East and North Africa.

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The Impact of Women Workers in North Nigeria

This research on women missionaries in Nigeria done by a Nigerian woman is a welcome contribution to the fields of missiology, women’s studies, and African studies. Being a monograph, the book flows as a dissertation.

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