Missio Nexus welcomes a new member: Grace Chapel. Missions and Evangelism in the Local Church Sharing Christ with our neighbor wherever they are in the world is at the heart of missions and evangelism. Our neighbor can be found next door or down the street; at work, school, or simply a friend. Our neighbor may share . . . read more
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By Mark Stebbins “…I remind you to fan into flame the gift of God….” II Tim 1:6 Why Collaborate? The scriptures trumpet the heart of God to rally His people to be on the move for Him, for His larger purposes, and for His greater joy and glory. The taking of the promised land, the . . . read more
Recognizing the rigors of cross-cultural living, astute church leadership will have a planned approach in its preparation of future international disciplemakers. The product of this intentional mentoring are global workers who are spiritually mature, emotionally healthy and relationally secure. This Webinar will review the equipping of the mentors who play the critical role of preparing future . . . read more
Tune in as Ted interviews Life Church on leading innovation and using technology to engage globally and reach the world for Christ.
In this episode Ted interviews Michael VanHuis, project lead for the 2016 CEO and Church Mission Leader Survey project. Sponsor: A Taste of Perspectives, Dallas, TX Links and Resources Mentioned in this podcast: 2016 CEO & Church Missions Leader Survey Infographic 2016 CEO & Church Missions Leader Survey Full Report 2016 CEO & Church Missions Leaders Survey . . . read more
You’ve seen that Latin phrase, and like me, you probably bleeped right past it. Over the years, though, I’ve found it to be very helpful. It’s a Latin term that means “without which, it is not.” It’s used to describe the indispensable essence of a thing. We’re going to use it as we think about church.
Stark, a prolific sociologist in the realm of religion, critiques a couple of well accepted theories using recent surveys of global religion. He debunks the secularization theory (that the entire world is marching toward secularization) and other commonly held assumptions about religion in our world.
On June 7th, we hosted a special Thought Leader Briefing featuring one of the most outstanding thinkers in the study of religion, Dr. Rodney Stark discussing his book, The Triumph of Faith. Dr. Stark is the Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences and Co-Director for the Institute of Studies of Religion at Baylor University. He is a . . . read more
Fulton, who lives in Hong Kong, looks at how massive urbanization is redrawing not only the geographic and social landscape of China, but in the process is transforming China’s growing church as well.
2014 Mission Leaders Conference ‘OPEN’ Globally Engaged Churches Track recordings from conference. The following content is accessible for members only, please sign in.