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Kouyanet Reader: Archdruid Eileen

The people of our world are marvellously diverse. There hundreds of different languages. People, wherever they live, have their own cultures – distinguish between places a little way away in exactly the same way that people who aren’t from Warrington distinguish themselves from people from Warrington.
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Stuff About Languages

  I have a few reservations about this graphic, but generally it is pretty good. Click on the picture to go to the original site and see it full size.
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June Reading 2015

Four murder mysteries, two books of military history and a science-fiction novel: my leisure reading for this month.
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Books I Have Read – Evangelical Christian Missions: An African Perspective

A church in Ibadan, Nigeria is currently supporting over 250 missionaries. This church devotes to Missions 10% of all the offerings and tithes collected. In addition, every department, cell group, activity group in the church has a missionary field or project for which it is responsible. This church conducts regular mission awareness programs to maintain the […]
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Churches and Mission Agencies

The role of mission societies should be to come alongside the congregations with their expertise and administrative structures to equip the church for its missionary task
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Some Work To Be Done

I am rather concerned that mission practitioners and missiologists are developing theories and strategies which are built on rather shaky theological foundations.
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Heart Language Problems

We might have to revisit some of the way we talk about and publicise mission work and translation. Things are a little more complex than easy sound bites might suggest.
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More Thoughts That Aren’t Mine

This missions jargon is not appropriate in the local church paradigm. As missions mobilisers we need to understand that church members do not think and act like mission agencies...
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