Added to 'Journals': 18/03/2017
The Rethinking Mission online journal, from USPG, enables people around the world to engage, on an equal footing, in dialogue about what it means to be involved in mission today.
It aims to stimulate new thinking about the theology of mission, enlightened by perspectives of Christians from around the world.
Added to 'Books': 17/03/2017
Almost sixty years ago, the Mennonite missionary team working in the Argentine Chaco decided to look for ways to be effective in their ministry while being faithful to Jesus' lifestyle and teaching. They left behind paternalistic models and "conquering" methods and were liberated from the mindset of forming a denominational church. As a result, they found an alternative missionary style of walking alongside those they worked with, giving priority to the integrity of the local people.
Added to 'Conferences': 13/03/2017
The arts not only mirror cultural change, they can bring God’s healing to cultural brokenness. Through Brehm Center courses, programs, and events guided by Director Mako Fujimura’s vision for Culture Care, leaders learn to critically integrate theology and the arts as they creatively explore and express their own callings.
The Brehm Center works in tandem with Fuller’s Schools of Theology, Intercultural Studies, and Psychology to provide a number of programs, courses, and forms of support.
For more information visit their webpage: http://fuller.edu/Brehm-Center-for-Worship-Theology-and-the-Arts/?icn=Brehm-Center&ici=Person-with-Backpack-Looking-at-Graffitti-Art_Homepage-Hero
Added to 'Books': 14/02/2017
Drawing on two years of ethnographic research, Naomi Haynes explores Pentecostal Christianity in the kind of community where it often flourishes: a densely populated neighborhood in the heart of an extraction economy.
Added to 'Books': 03/02/2017
Are you concerned about unreached or unengaged peoples? You probably know that their countries do not welcome missionaries, and that followers of Jesus who serve there via traditional sending organizations do not publicize these organizational ties or their churchbased funding sources. But have you thought through the consequences of keeping that information hidden? Authentic Lives will help you do that—and more.
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