On June 8, 2022, Dr. Kirsteen Kim delivered the inaugural Gailyn Van Rheenen Lecture in Mission and World Christianity at the Thomas H. Olbricht Christian Scholars' Conference, held at Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN.

Dr. Kim is the Paul E. Pierson Chair in World Christianity and Associate Dean for the ...

Power, Agency, and Women in the Mission of God: A Scholar-Practitioner Conversation

OCTOBER 26–28, 2022

The 2022 Missiology Lectures–a completely virtual event–will facilitate a global conversation between scholars, practitioners, and scholar-practitioners from a variety of social and cultural locations to explore the topic “Power ...

American Society of Missiology

2022 Annual Meeting

June 17-19, 2022

St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana

Theme: "The Ongoing Conversion of the Missionary"

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For reasons I hope to write more about this year, Matthew Bennett’s article “Finishing the Task? A Cautionary Analysis of Missionary Language,” Southeastern Theological Review 9, no. 2 (2018): 33–55, caught my attention a couple of years ago. Happily, he has made this discussion available over at the ABWE Blog ...

Congratulations to the authors who received Christianity Today's 2021 book awards in the Missions/Global Church category:

Gregg Okesson, A Public Missiology: How Local Churches Witness to a Complex World (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2020).

Award of Merit:
Vince L. Bantu, A Multitude of All Peoples: Engaging ...

This material was originally presented via Zoom for Harding University’s Center for World Missions Advisory Council Meeting (Jan. 2021).

Good evening—it is great to see everyone and to be with you virtually. Tonight I’ll be talking about Christ’s mission and the pandemic. This is an intimidating ...

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