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An Orthodox believer played the Arab violin; a Lebanese, the qannun (zither); an Egyptian Muslim, the ‘ud (lute)
What changes occur in parishioners on a spiritual, emotional, cognitive, and physiological level in response to worship?
What you do to make money (career) may not be what you are called by God to do in life (vocation).
Stories she heard challenge Dufault-Hunter to reassess her understanding of China, of church
Martinez reflects on his experience with a wide range of Chinese churches and ministers
Three students share their personal and professional cross-cultural experiences
A worship team from Fuller produced the 2010 Lausanne Congress opening and closing ceremonies
Clinical psychology PhD student Hana Shin marvels at research collaboration in Indonesia, Mexico, Kenya, and Thailand
Johnston traces steps taken to address the need for more evangelical faculty with doctorates contextualized for India
Chuck Van Engen describes the the Latin American Doctoral Program in Theology, directed and taught by Latin Americans
Artist Makoto Fujimura encourages artists and preachers to remember their first love
Gordon offers 10 ways to care for the preaching voice
Five key principles relate the task of preaching to the mission of the church
Since God has chosen to use means, we must ask if the means have integrity and are suitable to the ends