Sam George reframes the traditional paradigm of “here to there” missions and maps out a polycentric and multidirectional missiology that recognizes everywhere is a mission field.
In response to Julie Exline’s lecture on “Healing and Growth from Spiritual Struggle,” Eltice Lin talks about navigating supernatural experience amidst different cultural and religious contexts.
In her lecture “Women in World Christianity: Social Norms and Power Imbalances,” delivered at the 2022 Missiology Lectures, Gina Zurlo considers the ways women drive religious life around the world despite the active barriers working against them.
In response to Gina Zurlo’s lecture on “Women in World Christianity,” Wilmer Villacorta talks about the need for repentance and reeducation of male theologians and ministry leaders—against misogyny and sexism—in order to become allies and “coconspirators” in kingdom work.
In her lecture “A Theology of Women in God’s Mission,” delivered at the 2022 Missiology Lectures, Grace Ji-Sun Kim unpacks the challenges women face around the world and speaks about empowering women of faith in ministry and mission—particularly highlighting the importance of a “theology of visibility.”
In her lecture “Post-Colonial Women’s Scholarship: Mission, Power, and the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians,” delivered at the 2022 Missiology Lectures, Musa Dube reflects on the mission of God through the lens of “homecoming” and the work of African women theologians.
In this session of the 2021 Missiology Lectures, “Healing in the History of Christianity,” Kimberly Alexander gives an overview of the theology and ministry practices associated with healing in the long history of the Christianity.
Manoj Kurian, Martha Mwendafilumba, and Michael Soderling discuss the church’s role in providing access to medical care and public health resources across the globe in this panel discussion moderated by Erik Aasland.
Opoku Onyinah, Elizabeth Salazar-Sanzana, and Sung-Deuk Oak reflect on the church’s role in health and healing from their respective perspectives and contexts in Africa, Latin America, and Asia in this panel discussion moderated by Erik Aasland.
At Fuller’s 2021 Missiology Lectures, practitioners and scholars from around the world explore the church’s role in forming healthy individuals, families, and communities across the globe and throughout history.
Mark Labberton considers the complexities that passion, power, and fear bring to interfaith conversations—and questioned how love might also play a part.