Elizabeth Conde-Frazier reflects on how hospitality, vision, and curiosity facilitate encounters with those around us that allow us to hear each others’ stories and see the ways in which the Spirit is working in the world.
Ian Pitt-Watson preaches about the history of the Samaritans and challenges the church to love, to recognize the goodness in, and to learn from the neighbors around us.
Alexia Salvatierra dwells on the way God extends God’s power and love through the least expected and most overlooked messengers—pure wine poured in unexpected cups.
When Michelle Hake moved from Los Angeles to the San Bernardino Mountains, she opened a “modern general store” and found her place in a unique community
Hyepin Im delivers a message for Asian Pacific American Heritage month on mutuality and partnership in the face of systems that dehumanize and marginalize.
Alexia Salvatierra, assistant professor of mission and global transformation, calls on us to develop grace-full impulses—and to overcome our territorial impulses—to love the strangers in our midst
Martin Munyao, lecturer at Daystar University in Nairobi, reflects on the pandemic’s impact on migrant communities and the need to rethink missions and ministry in a socially distant world
In his lecture “Theological Approaches to Migration: Their Impact on Missional Thinking and Action,” Leopoldo A. Sánchez M., Werner R. H. and Elizabeth R. Krause Professor of Hispanic Ministries at Concordia Seminary, reflects on how various models of migration can shape how we understand our practice of mission and our call to love our neighbors.
At Fuller’s 2020 Missiology Lectures, scholars took a deep dive into Los Angeles’s unique history and culture to explore wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement through a missiological perspective.