Conference on Cross-Cultural Missions Controversies 3/13 5


Consider this your special invitation to Controversies in Mission, an unusual missions networking gathering, at Biola University (La Mirada, CA) on Friday, March 13th (8:00am-4:30pm). This flyer shows the list of topics and world class presenters for this Evangelical Missiological Society SW Regional conference.

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There is no cost for the conference, but for planning purposes, they need to know who is coming. Call 562-903-4781 or email [email protected] to RSVP.

At this conference, global ministry people and missiologists will engage some controversial topics we often avoid, including::

  • Judith Mendelsohn Rood (Professor of History and Middle Eastern Studies at Biola University) – Muslim Background Believers: Reflections on my Cape Town 2015 Meeting with the Broken
  • Prospects for Indigenous People Movements in the Buddhist: A Call for Collaborative Local and Global Theologizing
  • Lindquist – Broadening the “Band-Width” in Missionary Caring: Missiology, Member Care and online learning communities of practice
  • Dr. Lisa M. Hoff (Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary) – Hyper Urbanization and the Social Consequences for Women in Mainland China
  • Stan Meyer (PhD Student at Biola Cook School of Intercultural Studies & Senior Staff with Jews for Jesus) – Competing Ecclesiologies in the Modern Messianic-Jewish Movement
  • Dr.Eunice Hong – Power Play in the Immigrant Church (her 2010 Ph.D. thesis was on the topic of Understanding intergenerational Korean American church splits)
  • Kenneth Nehrbass (assistant professor and director of the Ph.D. in intercultural Studies program at Cook School of Intercultural Studies, Biola University) – The Impact of international perceptions of US Americans on strategies of Christian missions
  • Dan Wooding – What’s controversial about missions news reporting?
  • Dr. David Shepherd – The Necessity of Missionary Mutual Care (2014 D.Min. dissertation at George Fox University was Promoting Missionary Mutual Care Through Spiritual Community)
  • David R. Dunaetz (Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, Azusa Pacific University) – Submission or Cooperation? Two Competing Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Mission Organization
  • Paul Eshleman (chairs the Strategy Working Group for the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization) – Controversy in Mission: Unengaged Unreached People Groups and Finishing the Task
  • John Edmiston (cybermissions.org) – Incorporating Cybermissions Strategies Into General Missions Approaches

View all the Abstracts at goo.gl/nJ3WCW


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