4-Steps for Making Cross-Cultural Decisions for Maximum Impact
A tool designed to help you make missiological decisions that produce local dignity, sustainability, and multiplication.
The Lausanne Movement describes integral mission as a style of mission that recognizes “no biblical dichotomy between evangelistic and social responsibility.” Putting this concept into the form of an action statement, we might say that integral mission is “integrating the proclamation of the gospel and social action.”
When in Cambodia, I had the opportunity to meet and interact with Sairengpuia Sailo. He was a missionary sent out from Mizoram, Northeast India as a missionary to Cambodia.
By Dan Carl with Five Stones Global
I recently received a phone call from a young man I’ve known for many years. The conversation went something like this…
By Jean Johnson
Was Jesus’ primary invitation to the rich young ruler about giving everything to the poor or about inviting him to become poor for a purpose?
This table below is adapted from Glenn Penner by Ronnie & Wouter in their article “Dependency.”
Views itself as the Body of Christ in its local situation, independent of the mission.