It has been said that up until recently western missions has been a process of cultural domination – i.e. westernization. … Continue reading Roman Catholic Contextualization
Over the past decade or so missiologists have increasingly noted how important urban centers will be (and to a huge … Continue reading Urban Population
Our mission has to be shaped by our ultimate vision of God’s future… that in turn should reshape how we … Continue reading N.T. Wright on the Church Shaped by Mission
In a recent blogpost Neil Cole contrasts two (very different) Non-Western Churches: When the communists took over the nation they … Continue reading Can the Church as We Know it Survive?
What is the purpose of the church? What is its calling? Why does it exist? These are all questions that … Continue reading The Church and Its Missionary Calling
Gospel this, gospel that, gospel here, gospel there, gospel everywhere! Now a days it seems like everything is “gospel,” but … Continue reading 10 Statements About the Gospel
Are fraternities and sororities at secular universities hard to reach? Yes. But it is absolutely possible to make an impact … Continue reading Get to the Greeks!
I visited my mom’s house recently and found that I had been sent Baker Academic’s Spring 2014 Catalog. I don’t … Continue reading Baker’s Spring 2014 Academic Catalog
Let me blow your mind… Nearly twenty percent of non-Christians in North America do not personally know a Christian. More … Continue reading The Nations Have Come…
Mangrove trees, political refugees, diamonds, civil wars, American colonialization, and yes even surfers. Those are just a few things that … Continue reading Back to Africa – I am Going to Liberia!