Discerning Mission

Exploring scholarly approaches to mission

The international journal Missiology , the premier journal in the field, has made its current issue ( January 2013 ) available for free online this month. If you're curious about the scholarly discussion on missional leadership -- and we hope you will be -- check it out. In particular our own Terri Elton has an excellent piece on the intersection of missiology and youth ministry , and there are compelling pieces on narrative engagement , undergraduate perceptions of mission , and hip hop theology in

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Mission as a lens for embracing diversity

Dan Anderson recently completed his PhD in CML at Luther. HIs research explored worship practices in a variety of emerging church contexts:

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How To Start a Church Without Money

Humble Walk mission developer, Rev. Jodi Houge, reflects on the benefits of being broke.

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Missiology and multicultural ministries

The International Review of Mission has just made available, via  free access to the Wiley site , the latest issue of the journal which is focused on church and migration. As the website notes:

The church and migration is the focus of the latest issue of the International Review of Mission (IRM). The biannual journal is sponsored by the World Council of Churches and focuses on the ecumenical practice of mission while giving voice to other theological perspectives, such as those of Pentecostal

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