Training Leaders International just released the newest edition of the Journal of Global Christianity, which has over 120 pages of articles, book reviews, and abstracts. The journal is available in five languages: English, French, Spanish, Chinese, and Farsi.
The Journal of Global Christianity seeks to promote international scholarship and discussion on topics related to global Christianity. The journal addresses key issues related to the mission of the Church, in hopes of helping those who labor for the gospel wrestle with and apply the biblical teachings on various challenging mission topics. The journal targets an audience of pastors, missionaries, and Christian workers around the world.
This volume has the following contributions:
- Philemon Yong | EDITORIAL: The Priority of Scripture in the Pursuit of Gospel Relevance for the African Traditional Religious Context
- Christopher Wright | The Challenge of the Brain Drain Within Global Theological Education
- Evan Burns | Moravian Missionary Piety and the Influence of Count Zinzendorf
- Baiyu Andrew Song | “To the Joy of the Church, and the Honour of Christ”: A Case Study of Personal Evangelism in Early Chinese Mission
- Zachary Howard | The Promise & Peril of Globalization: How Local Churches Should Respond to Globalization
- Dwayne Baldwin | Report from the Field: Educational Missions in Eastern Europe
- David Deuel | CLOSING EDITORIAL: Shepherding People with Disabilities
The Journal also contains book reviews and abstracts on a variety of topics.
Join me in praising God for all those who made this journal possible. May this journal also be an encouragement to our brothers and sisters around the world.
Darren Carlson is the Founder and President of Training Leaders International. As President, Darren oversees the general direction of the ministry and serves as an advocate for pastors with little access to formal training and thoughtful cross-cultural theological engagement. You can connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.