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Category: World Christianity

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 […]

“Still Mining the Forgotten: Black Catholic Nuns in United States History” Lecture by Shannen Dee Williams

The Cultures of American Religion group – with co-sponsorship from the Center for Research on Global Catholicism – is excited to announce that Dr. Shannen Dee Williams  Associate Professor of History at the University of Dayton, will give a talk on November 11th, 2021, at 6pm CST entitled “Still Mining the Forgotten: Black Catholic Nuns in United States History.” All are […]

Journal of African Christian Biography Latest Issue Pays Tribute to Prof. Andrew F. Walls

The latest issue of the Journal of African Christian Biography honors the memory of Professor Andrew F. Walls and Father Benedict Ssettuuma, Jr. It also highlights the contribution of Dr. Michael Adeleke Ogunewu to the work of the DACB both as an author and a mentor-teacher. Visit the Journal of African Christian Biography e-journal to learn […]

2nd Annual Walls-Oden-Bediako Lecture in Early African Christianity

You are invited to join us for the 2nd Walls-Oden-Bediako in Early African Christianity. Theme: “African Voices in Early Christian Debates about God” Presenter: Dr. David L Eastman (McCallie School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA, and author of Early North African Christianity: Turning Points in the Development of the Church) Date and Time: Thursday, October 21, 2021, 2:30 […]

United States Catholic Mission Association Conference on Mission and Migration, October 25-29, 2021

Join USCMA’s national dialogue on how the Church – and the missionary community within the church – can be in solidarity with the immigrant, migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker. Angels Unaware – Mission with People on the Move is an opportunity for FOCUS, REFLECTION, COMMUNITY, SPEAKERS, and COMPANIONS. The schedule provides the FOCUS for 13-hours […]

Sung-Deuk Oak to Speak about Majority World Responses to Healing & Mission

Sung-Deuk Oak Speaking on Healing & Mission  Dr. Sung-Deuk Oak (’02), Associate Professor of Korean Christianity and the holder of the Dongsoon Im and Mija Im Endowed Chair at UCLA, will speak on a panel discussing the Majority World’s response to Healing and Mission at Fuller Seminary’s Annual Mission Conference. Dr. Oak will be speaking […]

Announcing the Endowment of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission

The 20th Anniversary of the CGCM On October 1st, Boston University announced the endowment of the Center for Global Christianity and Mission. The milestone was revealed on the 20th anniversary of the Center’s founding. Opened in 2001 under the leadership of Dana L. Robert and Inus Daneel, the CGCM was the first Center of its […]

Announcing the Festschrift in Honor of Dr. Dana L. Robert

The CGCM is pleased to announce the publication of a festschrift in honor of Dana L. Robert: Unlikely Friends: How God Uses Boundary-Crossing Friendships to Transform the World. The volume is co-edited by David W. Scott (’13), Daryl R. Ireland (’15), Grace Y. May (’00), and Casely B. Essamuah (’03). The editors chose to honor […]