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IMC Centenary Conference: Dana Robert’s Lecture and North American Panel

The IMC Centenary Conference concluded on Thursday, November 18th, after three days of virtual gatherings. The program included eight regional presentations on the history of missional collaboration and three public lectures. Dana Robert delivered one of the three public lectures to the global, virtual conference attendees. Her lecture, “What happened in Lake Mohonk and its […]

Call for Presentations ~ American Society of Missiology Annual Meeting 2022

The American Society of Missiology will meet June 17–June 19, 2022 at St. Mary’s College, South Bend, Indiana. The theme for this year’s annual conference is: The Ongoing Conversion of the Missionary. For a full statement of the conference theme and details about the hybrid format, please visit the ASM website. Registration for the annual meeting […]

Yale-Edinburgh Group Conference, 28-30 June 2022 World Christianity: Legacy and the State of the Field

The 2022 Yale-Edinburgh Group conference will offer a tribute to Andrew Walls and Lamin Sanneh, co-founders of the conference thirty years ago, as it engages with their legacy. This will be both retrospect and prospect. What have we learned from Walls, Sanneh, and their generation? In what ways has their legacy imposed limitations on the field, […]

The International Missionary Council (IMC) Centenary Conference Public Sessions, November 16-18, 2021

  THE IMC CENTENARY CONFERENCE 2021 The global ecumenical online conference will last for three days, Nov.16-18, and feature three public webinars and eight regional sessions. The public lectures/sessions are as follows: Public Session #1 – November 16th, 7:45 am – 8:15 am EST. Lecture by Marina Ngursangzeli Behera, “From the Margins of the IMC,” […]

Dana Robert to Give Public Lecture for International Missionary Council Centenary Conference, November 17th

Dana Robert will deliver an online lecture on November 17, 2021, at 9:30, am (EST) for the IMC Centenary Conference hosted by the World Council of Churches in Geneva, Switzerland. Her talk, “What happened in Lake Mohonk and its outcome,” is one of three webinars open to public attendance over the three-day conference. The conference […]

CGCM Alumna, Laura Chevalier (STH ’20), Speaks About Her Mission Journey at Houghton College

Laura Chevalier (’20), a CGCM alumna, was asked to speak at her alma mater, Houghton College, for their “New Vision” week on the topic, “God can use anyone in mission.” The idea was to encourage students to recognize that they play a part in God’s mission no matter what they are studying. During the chapel […]

Anicka Fast (’20), Bruce Yoder (’16) and Unlikely Friends Mentioned by the Mennonite Mission Network

The Mennonite Mission Network’s recent blog post mentions Anicka Fast (’20) and Bruce Yoder (’16), STH Alumni and former advisees of Dr. Dana Robert. Fast’s research and Yoder’s participation with the Congolese church and Mennonite mission are noted. Through the post, blog author, Linda Hollinger-Janzen, reflects on Anicka’s dissertation research, her current assignment in Burkina-Faso […]

Digital Symposium Commemorating the 125th Year of the Death of Seven Civilians from Leipzig Mission

Digital Symposium “Climbing High Mountains. Colonial entanglement & postcolonial reflections” 29 – 30 October, 2021. Commemorating the 125th year of the death of seven civilians from Leipzig Mission – Karava, Mrio, and three other Chagga people, as well as the two missionaries Ewald Ovir and Karl Segebrock – at Mount Meru October 20, 1896, Leipzig […]

Fr Luke Veronis to Give IOTA Missiology Group Lecture on Thursday, October 28th

The IOTA Missiology Group extends a warm invitation to join their series of online IOTA Missiology Webinars this autumn 2021. The first speaker will be Fr Luke Veronis, Director of the Missions Institute of Orthodox Christianity at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.  Fr Luke has written extensively on missiological topics and has served as […]