While I tend to prefer my novels to include a few murders and a harassed detective, Jim Harries’ book which explores some important contemporary issues in mission is worth a read.
A short review of a very good book.
An example of how Christianity is spreading around the globe without the input of “missionaries” and a short reflection on the challenges and opportunities facing the church in the UK.
A rather good book, with a second half that deserves to be very widely read.
Mission really is from everywhere to everywhere: reaching Chinese expats with the gospel in East Africa.
Dereje Tilahun professes, “The Bible is My Life”. During 17 years of Communist rule in Ethiopia, the Word of God sustained Dereje.
We need to think carefully about the way in which we write about our brothers and sisters around the world
Some thoughts about things that must be present if we are going to call an activity “mission”.
I get the impression from some writers and opinion formers in the West that they won’t respect church leaders in Africa (and elsewhere) unless they are fluent in Western (generally, Reformed) theology. In other words, unless Africans think and talk like us, we won’t listen to them.
Extracts from the diary of a young and rather nervous linguist translator.