In a panel discussion, Al Tizon, Ruth Padilla-DeBorst, and David Zac Niringiye have a conversation about the work of INFEMIT (The International Fellowship for Mission as Transformation), a global fellowship championing diverse churches around the world seeking what it looks like to live as God’s people today.
In his lecture on “Intercultural Evangelism Among Caste Hindus,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vinod John explains the layered dynamics involved between caste Hinduism and religious conversion.
In his lecture on “Intercultural Evangelism Among Sikhs,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Darren Duerksen talks about the colonial historical context of evangelism among Sikhs and considers a renewed way of engaging with advocacy and love.
In her lecture “The Magnificat of the Urban Poor Filipina,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Marie Joy Pring-Faraz shares about the powerful witness of Filipina women in urban poor communities—whose experience of communal struggle has shaped their experience of and witness to Christ.
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.
Guided by her passion for God and her love for music, Sunita Puleo (MAICS ’17) builds bridges among people of different cultures with the power of story and song.
In response to Nam Soon Song’s lecture on “Cooking Bahb and Christian Education in the Korean North American Churches,” Brian Byung Joo Kim reflects on navigating and celebrating diversity in Christian mission.
In response to Allison L. Norton’s lecture on “Immigration and US Congregations,” Kirsteen Kim reflects on the ways immigrant churches reinvent the faith and culture of the church in the United States.
With a heart for intercultural ministry, Gail Schlosser works with her church and other local partners to love and serve the neighbors in her city.
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.
Following God’s call to serve in global missions, Jinho Lee learns what it means to walk day by day in faithful obedience.