In summary, missiological reflection should be a continual and cyclical process, which starts with mission practice and results in changed practices, which themselves become the object of further reflection.
Mission agencies may be tempted to get back to business as normal as soon as possible. However, I think that they would be mistaken if they thought in these terms.
A short review of a very good book.
A brief look at some statistics about the history and geography of British mission agencies (it’s more interesting than it sounds).
Two good church history books, some indifferent missiology, some awful science fiction and a book about vets in North Yorkshire; February’s reading.
When you put together the prosperity gospel and false teaching about spiritual warfare together in a poor environment, you create a hell of a mess.
Taking one of Jesus’ amazingly creative parables and turning it into an alliterated, three-point, logical sermon has to be the ultimate in literate processing.
It’s no longer cheap on Kindle, but this is a book that is well worth getting hold of!
I have seen the future of mission and it speaks Spanish
How will we remind the church that it is more dangerous to be cautious than to be daring?