Mission Briefing: Contextualization

By Howard Culbertson When believers from one culture introduce the “unchanging gospel” to people of another culture, how do they keep the Good News from being dismissed as a foreign import? The short answer is one word: Contextualization. When Christianity moves from one culture to another, there is danger that it will be thought of... Continue Reading →

Five Ways to Invest in the Next Generation of Leaders – Part 2 of 2

This is part two of the article published in the previous post. See them as individuals and develop their gifts. People have a deep desire to be known individually—their unique experiences, gifts, and passions. As you spend time with the next generation of leaders, point out what makes them unique and help them identify and develop... Continue Reading →

Towards Missional Effectiveness: Analogizing and Applying Missional Effectiveness – Part 7 of 7

By Ed Stetzer Yo-Yos, newer churches, and established churches Missional effectiveness begins with a biblical understanding of the message and movement of the missio Dei, which hopefully leads a church to become a missional people who embrace a missional posture and who enact a missional program. So, how does this series about missional effectiveness apply... Continue Reading →

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