Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Lausanne Global Analysis 3, 1 (January 2014)

The latest issue of Lausanne Global Analysis, from The Lausanne Movement, is now available online, containing short essays on a variety of topics.

In the issue overview, editor David Taylor says:

‘In this issue we address the scourge of human trafficking, a critical issue of our times, and analyse how the church can play its part in confronting this form of slavery and helping its victims. We also assess the importance for Christian ministries in engaging more intentionally with the media and for leaders in integrating media into their mission strategies. Finally we tackle the linked themes of ministry to unreached indigenous people groups and of ‘ethnodoxology’ – a theological and anthropological framework guiding all cultures to worship God using their unique artistic expressions.’

The executive summary is available here, and the full issue is available here.

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