Kingdom values have helped bring radical transformation in society precisely when Christians understood their calling to be salt and light in the public square.
Bridging the field and academia.
We can relate to refugees because we, too, have no permanent home in this life. We are on a shared journey, equals in the eyes of the Lord, all dependent upon His grace.
The dynamics of global collaboration among Christians are changing. Not only Skype, Whatsapp and Zoom are used frequently, but also smaller, more specific tools are of great use in specific mission contexts.
Migration is our time’s greatest challenge (and opportunity).
Confronting gender bias and cen in reintegration.
Systemic persecution and its implications.
Embracing our mission of holistic transformation.
How integrity can tame the beast of bribes and extortion.
The Hindu fundamentalism or Hindutva has important implications for India and global mission.
After three decades of loosening Communist Party control and expanding freedoms, Xi Jinping is systematically trying to reassert Party control over all sectors of society.
Why European languages are not sufficient in African contexts.
Playing a healthy and contributing role on a multicultural team in cross-cultural Christian service is increasingly part and parcel of the normal requirements of serving Christ well.
Jesus in an age of secularism, relativism, and tolerance.
The response to date, and what still needs to be done.
Practical steps for strengthening the church.
Cross-cultural wisdom for a polycentric missions reality.
Instead of pushing for tolerance, norm critical pedagogy tries to influence people (even small children) to distance themselves from the two-sex norm.
Evaluating the effectiveness of virtual discipleship.
Binding up the brokenhearted.
Harnessing the power of social media for Christ.
A practical case study of mobilisation in Taiwan.
Breaking free from the lens of white culture in global mission.
Embracing a theology of ‘unity in diversity’.
How the gospel transforms the Untouchable to the Touched-by-Grace.
Most Venezuelans are now ‘burned out’ as they basically just try to survive. An unprecedented exodus has ensued, some 1,642,400 left the country between 2015 and 2017.