Soong-Chan Rah reflects on de-construction as a necessary theological expression that moves us toward a re-constructed and re-formed evangelism, driven by our pursuit of Jesus.
In response to Soong-Chan Rah’s lecture on “Failed Narratives and Imagination in Evangelism,” David Zac Niringiye investigates the underlying narratives of our current conceptions of evangelism and looks to Jesus as our model of de-constructing and meaning-making.
In his lecture “Deconstructing Evangelism Through the Lens of Global Christianity,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vinoth Ramachandra reflects on Christendom’s influences on global mission and urges us toward new paradigms of mission centered on the person of Jesus.
In response to Vinoth Ramachandra’s lecture on “Deconstructing Evangelism Through the Lens of Global Christianity,” Kirsteen Kim reflects on sharing the gospel and walking in the way of Jesus.
In his lecture “Church Planting as Evangelism,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Len Tang describes the particular and effective role church planting plays in the work of evangelism.
In a panel discussion, Mayra Macedo-Nolan, Jean Burch, Marcos Canales, and Jill Shook discuss models of embodied evangelism, with a particular look at their local context of Pasadena, California.
In his lecture “Apologetics and Evangelism Through a Global Lens,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vinoth Ramachandra describes how the church’s witness and apologetics cannot be separated from its ethics and works of justice.
In response to Vinoth Ramachandra’s lectures on “Apologetics and Evangelism Through a Global Lens,” Ryan Bolger describes the way and witness of the “pilgrim apologist,” who postures themselves in humility and in unity with the other.
In a panel discussion, Christian Tsekpoe, Amos Jimmy Markin, Rebecca Sey, and Daniel Okyere Walker discuss ways that the Church of Pentecost in Africa has deconstructed colonial forms of evangelism and reconstructed grassroots models in their local contexts.
In a panel discussion, Odoi Odotoi, Cherry Marcelo, and Lisseth Rojas-Flores discuss effective Christian witness in justice and advocacy work among children and families, particularly drawing from their work with World Vision.
In her lecture on “Story as Evangelism,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lecture, Lenore Three Stars shares an indigenous perspective on creation theology and reflects on story as a means of evangelism.
In his lecture “Storytelling and Evangelism,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Neil Taylor shares about developing a practice of storytelling—as he opens up about his own story.
In his lecture “Art is a Story,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Shin Maeng talks about the power of art to speak to the brokenness and beauty of reality, and to the story of God’s movement amidst it all.
In her lecture “Dinner for Eight: Great Evangelists,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Priscilla Pope-Levison reflects on various models of evangelism and the key attributes of effective evangelists.
At the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Michal Meulenberg introduces the topic and presentations on reconstructing our understanding of evangelism among incarcerated people.
In his lecture on “A Theology of Celebration and A Theology of Suffering,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah reframes our understanding of evangelism and incarceration through the lens of theologies of celebration and suffering.
In his presentation on “Incarceration and the Good News,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Jarret Keith shares his personal story of incarceration and reflects on how the church must better minister to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people.
In a panel discussion at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Michal Meulenberg, Soong-Chan Rah, and Jarret Keith reflect on the faithful witness and community of the incarcerated church.
In this session of the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Jarret Keith interviews incarcerated students on prison ministry, evangelism, and incarceration.
In a conversation on “Urban Evangelism and Apologetics,” at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vince Bantu and Chris Broussard discuss ministry and evangelism in urban contexts—and particularly Black communities—in the United States.
In a panel discussion at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah, Kara Powell, and Steve Argue discuss what ministry and evangelism ought to look like among young people today.