Thursday 5 July 2012

Africanus Journal 4, 1 (April 2012)

The most-recent Africanus Journal (published by the Africanus Guild, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) contains the following main articles:
Douglas A. Hall and Judy Hall
Living System Ministry: Toward a Mature and Productive Twenty-First Century Christianity
Nika Elugardo
Don’t Let your Organization Kill your Movement
Bobby Bose
Whole World, Whole Gospel, Whole Church: A Systemic Understanding of God’s Mission
David Searles
The City Is a Strategic Place for the Church’s Global Mission
Richard Schneberger
Toward a Living-System Theology for Discipleship and Leadership Development in the Complex Urban Context
Coz Crosscombe
Living System Ministry in Practice
Michele Mitsumori
Pennies for the Needy: A Case Study in Living System Ministry
Bianca Duemling
Shared Worship Space: An Urban Challenge and a Kingdom Opportunity
Brian D. John
Reflections on The Cat and the Toaster: Living System Ministry in a Technological Age by Douglas A. Hall, Judy Hall, and Steve Daman

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