Highlights of the World Christianity Forum

Important scholars of World Christianity and Directors of Centers of World Christianity in North American and Europe convened for the first time at Boston University from October 17-19. The importance of the conference was apparent from the beginning, as participants came to Boston at their own expense, and with great enthusiasm for the opportunity to […]

Report from Maryknoll Conference of the ASM-EF

The annual Maryknoll mission conference was held last Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1-2.  A. Scott Moreau, Professor of Missions and Intercultural Studies at Wheaton College, asked the American Society of Missiology’s Eastern Fellowship of Professors of Mission, “Evangelicals and Contextualization: Oxymoron, Uneasy Relationship, or Energetic Experiment?” Over a series of talks Moreau unpacked that question, […]

Ted Karpf recommends “The One Mind”

Is there hope for the future? Our future? And the future of faith? Dr. Larry Dossey plots a direct course that takes us there NOW filled with love and possibility. Amidst the cacophony of doomsayers about the future of religion, faith, spirituality, The One Mind is our personal invitation to discover that to which everyone […]

Alumna Anneke Stasson Presents at Missio Nexus North American Mission Leaders Conference

Anneke Stasson, a 2013 graduate of the Division of Religious and Theological Studies at Boston University, presented at the North American Mission Leaders Conference hosted by Missio Nexus in Dallas on September 19. She was invited as a representative of the Evangelical Missiological Society, a co-host of the conference, and her presentation was entitled, “Walter […]

Titus Presler reports from Pakistan

Rev. Dr. Titus Presler, Principal of Edwardes College in Peshawar, Pakistan, sent the following report yesterday after the horrendous slaughter of people attending All Saints’ Church there. We at CGCM grieve for those killed and with those injured. After church bombing Edwardes closes for 3 days and empathy abounds In both grief and protest, the churches […]