Keeping the Focus on Reaching Unreached Peoples

009-tilt-shift-citiesMission is more than reaching unreached peoples but it certainly is not less than reaching unreached peoples. And the reason for this is really quite simple – reaching unreached peoples is where God’s redemptive mission starts for every person on the planet! Continue reading

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Has Mission Come Full Circle?

DCIM100MEDIADJI_0421.JPGHave we come full circle? Do we find ourselves, today, in a mission context very similar to that of Paul and the early Church?

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Interpreting Scripture in the Context of Mission

pexels-photo-250609Scripture must be interpreted in the context of mission!

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Critical Issues: Defining ‘MISSION’ and Mission Terms

pexels-photo-159935The word ‘mission’ has been defined both by theology and context. The context, for the past two hundred years, has been the ‘modern missionary movement’ that began, developed and grew during the Colonial period of world history. Continue reading

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Mobilization – As A Journey

mobilization-as-a-journeyMobilization is a journey, not an event. Seminars, courses and other mobilization programs are the events. The journey into active and fruitful participation in the world Christian movement is a journey that demands many ‘events’ and a lot of personal processing of what these events provide, in the form of new information and challenges.
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