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The Audacity of Diaspora Missions



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The twenty-first century demographic reality of a growing migrant population represents the most important new wave of future missionaries to the Global North as Christians from the majority world cross cultural and religious boundaries with the gospel. The new transnational and diaspora faith communities have generated a heightened interest in the emerging field of diasporic missiology from both anthropologists and missiologists. The purpose of this book is to critically evaluate the theological rationale for diaspora mission strategies of African reverse missionaries and their impact in Britain in the light of anthropological realities and develop a biblical model for planting multiethnic churches in the diaspora. The Acts 11 narrative of the Antioch church carries significant implications for church planters of all generations. A biblical missional model of articulating Christian faith in a pluralistic and multiethnic context is a necessity for modern missions. The multiethnic church is not only biblical but is also critical to the advancement of the gospel in Europe in the twenty-first century through African reverse missionaries.






The twenty-first century demographic reality of a growing migrant population represents the most important new wave of future missionaries to the Global North as Christians from the majority world cross cultural and religious boundaries with the gospel. The new transnational and diaspora faith communities have generated a heightened interest in the emerging field of diasporic missiology from both anthropologists and missiologists. The purpose of this book is to critically evaluate the theological rationale for diaspora mission strategies of African reverse missionaries and their impact in Britain in the light of anthropological realities and develop a biblical model for planting multiethnic churches in the diaspora. The Acts 11 narrative of the Antioch church carries significant implications for church planters of all generations. A biblical missional model of articulating Christian faith in a pluralistic and multiethnic context is a necessity for modern missions. The multiethnic church is not only biblical but is also critical to the advancement of the gospel in Europe in the twenty-first century through African reverse missionaries.


Koreans who have come to the United States join Koreans from their homeland in crosscultural missions all around the world. Tue Sep 29 2020. by A Moyo 2016 Cited by 1 Key words Diaspora Antioch African missionaries multiethnic monocultural . Invoking Martin Luther Kings idiom of a world house Fluker employs diaspora in order to highlight the connections and tensions between black liberation struggles and the struggles of other oppressed groups around the world.


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Sierra Leone Telegraph 19 November 2019 Last Wednesday President Julius Maada Bio of Sierra Leone visited tech giant Orange Laboratory in Paris. and Spirituality in the History of Africa and the Diaspora RASHAD its advisors or Cleveland State University. Diaspora is a term of selfidentification used by a community of people who live outside a shared country of ancestry or affinity but maintain active connections with it. The Audacity of Diaspora Missions. Find similar books. Hun Kim 228 Diaspora Missions on Campuses John R. The Equality Act People of Faith and Religious Freedom. Moyo Anderson Autor. The Audacity of Diaspora Missions Amazon.es Moyo Anderson Libros en idiomas extranjeros. Traditionally Protestant mission strategies are landlocked and geographically focused. Buy The Audacity of Diaspora Missions The Antioch Multiethnic ChurchPlanting Model for African Reverse Missionaries in postChristendom Britain at . Missions does not belong to the church or a missionary.


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