Tag: contextual education

Mission as Development? – The Case of Thailand

In the last few decades, Christian development has grown so rapidly in some quarters it is almost synonymous with mission. Earlier this year Dr. Todd Johnson led a residency study on religion and development in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Dr. Johnson was assisted by CGCM student associate Eva Pascal. The residency study is part of the […]

Mission and Development through Non-Profit Service

Dr. Elizabeth Parsons, Lecturer in Religion and Development and a Resident Scholar with the CGCM, taught an exciting course this spring on the intersection of mission and development. The course, called Enacting Mission Through NGO and FBO Work, covered a variety of issues related to work in non-governmental, non-profit, and faith-based organizations. In the first […]

Contextual education programs abroad through the CWM

The Council for World Mission has several exciting programs this year for those interested in mission and contextual education. The CWM’s Face to Face 2014 Programs include: – Three programs held in Fiji, India and Zambia, open to all students (not yet ordained) who are preparing for ministry. For more information, you can download a Face […]