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Protestantism after 500 Years
By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
Protestantism after 500 Years. Protestantism after 500 Years. By 2040, half of all Protestants will live in Africa. That is, sometime around 2040 half of all Protestants will live in Africa.
Is Orality Really Effective in Sharing the Gospel?
o·ral·i·ty: the quality of being spoken or verbally communicated
After hosting multiple orality training workshops and using orality on mission trips in Asia, Africa, and Central America, a church in the Midwest is now using these methods in their
Meet the Pastor Who Challenged Africa’s Oldest Dictator with Surprising Success
#ThisFlag protest leader Evan Mawarire is back home—and was back in jail until yesterday.
Meet the Pastor Who Challenged Africa's Oldest Dictator with Surprising Success. Although the references to “Africa” were oblique, Mawarire knew the risk he took.
Died: H. Wilbert Norton, Who Taught Christian Colleges to Care About Missions
Congo missionary and TEDS, Wheaton, and RTS educator organized first Urbana conference.
Norton served at more than a half-dozen Christian schools prior to his retirement in 2003, expanded theological education in Africa as an Evangelical Free Church missionary, and
Augustine Today: Why He’s Still Relevant
Dr. Lee is Senior Fellow at the Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies.
Augustine is important to theology today, especially as we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. What issues did Augustine face as a Bishop in North Africa?
The Three Myths of Cohabitation
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
When you look internationally at trends, what you see is that there are a number of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, such as South Africa, and Latin America, like Colombia, that now
Why Africa Needed Its Own Study BibleSubscriber Access Only
And why Americans might want one too.
Why Africa Needed Its Own Study Bible. And why Americans might want one too. Morgan Lee| October 21, 2016. Why Africa Needed Its Own Study Bible.
Sudan Frees Czech Missionary Imprisoned for Life
President pardons Petr Jasek, but local ministry partners remain in prison.
Jasek, who has been the Voice of the Martyrs (VOM) Africa regional director for 16 years, was on his way out of Sudan when he was arrested in December 2015.
Lessons from a Hero: What Lilias Trotter Can Teach Us Today
19th century artist chose ministry over fame.
Lilias felt the call from God to go to North Africa and serve Him there. She had to choose between pursuing her career as an artist and answering the call God had placed on her heart.
Teams in Mission: Are They Worth It? (Part One)
TEAM missionaries research teamwork.
Lewis, Richard. 2015. “How Teams Work: A Case Study in Senegal, West Africa.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 51(4): 353–464. Scott, Waldron. 1971.
Kidnapped Samaritan’s Purse Workers Freed Amid South Sudan Famine
(UPDATED) Eight staff members found safe and relocated.
Kidnapped Samaritan's Purse Workers Freed Amid South Sudan Famine. (UPDATED) Eight staff members found safe and relocated. Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra.
The World’s Most Outstanding Medical Missionary
Burundi surgeon wins $500,000 prize for service in 2016’s hungriest country.
AMHF was created in 2010 by Fielder and entrepreneur Mark Gerson to promote health care in Africa, where Christian mission hospitals provide about a third of all medical work.
‘Worst Year Yet’: The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Hardest to Be a Christian
Islamic extremism now has a rival, according to 2017 World Watch List.
“Countries in South and Southeast Asia rapidly rose to unprecedented levels and now rank among such violent areas as the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa.”.
Southern Africans Set to Test Anglican Ban on Same-Sex Unions
The province is scheduled to vote on gay clergy and blessing civil unions.
Next month, the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA) may toe up against that line. The ACSA—which includes South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia
Weekend Edition - November 18, 2016
Hospitality, refugees, and ministry fears, plus church signs
Tenove. The MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region is a key point of transit for refugees from Somalia, South Sudan, Eritrea, Afghanistan and Syria.
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Do This in Remembrance
Do This in Remembrance
Participating in the “high holy day” of American civil religion is beneficial for Christians, so long as we do so thoughtfully.
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