- The Roles of Church and Mission in Crisis Management: Overlap? Competition? Cooperation?Thu Aug 23 2018, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
- A Missionary Pipeline for your ChurchThu Sep 6 2018, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
- Spirituality in Cross-Cultural Mission – Embracing the Lifelong JourneyThu Sep 13 2018, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
- 2018 Mission Leaders ConferenceThu Sep 20 2018, 2:00pm EDT - Sat Sep 22 2018, 12:00pm EDT
Date: September 13, 2018, 2-3:15pm Eastern 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 be assaulted by the unexpected when “stuff happens.” This potentially can grow/change our spirituality. Or stall it. Then what about the spirituality of the . . . read more
John Amalraj, Geoffrey W. Hahn, and William D. Taylor, eds. Reviewed by Tabor Laughlin, Intercultural Studies PhD student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS), missionary in China ten years, leader of a small mission agency in NW China, and author of Becoming Native to Win the Natives.
Most people who know something about the late missiologist Ralph Winter, know about his Lausanne 1974 plenary address on unreached peoples (Winter 1975). Some know him from his reinvigorating the discussion about church and mission structures—which he called Sodalities and Modalities (Winter 1974). Still others know him because of his foundational work on Theological Education by Extension (TEE) in the 1960s (Winter 1969).
This book reveals the transformational power of this ancient doctrine while addressing the basic questions of the human heart, concluding nothing is more practical for living the Christian life than union with Christ.
With insight and based on scripture, Schindler addresses 12 root issues of the human heart–applicable to anyone, whether a Christ-follower or not.
Presented by: Bishop David Perrin Too often, men and women have no where to go when they struggle with a secret sin. Let’s stop shooting our wounded. Instead, help people find healing and restoration. No one is immune from the enticing trap of pornography. A Christianity Today survey showed about 70% of men and 30% of . . . read more
Luis Bush has a unique perspective on what God is doing around the world. The Yes Effect reveals that true transformation begins when we restart our hearts to get in sync with God’s tenderness toward the oppressed and regaining compassion for the lost.
The Yes Effect reveals that true transformation begins when we restart our hearts to get in sync with God’s tenderness toward the oppressed and regaining compassion for the lost.
The premature death of followers of Christ as a result of human hostility, especially those who die while engaged in mission work, has an enduring impact on observant believers. It causes most to pause and ponder anew the extreme cost of discipleship. It forces many to question whether they themselves measure up to the highest . . . read more