In Stillness an…

In Stillness and Silence Silence your body to listen to your words. Silence your tongue to listen to your thought. Silence your thoughts to listen to your heart beating. Silence your heart to listen to your spirit. Silence your spirit to listen to His Spirit. In silence, we leave many to be with the One.... Continue Reading →


Umunthu as Missio Dei

A person, in the umunthu sense of the word, is one who humanizes others through selfless and sacrificial generosity. This is what the mission of God is for humanity. The missionary God--the Great Munthu--through the Crucified Son, sacrificially shared God's own personhood with us, humans, to give us life, make us persons, and draw us into a... Continue Reading →

Wanted: Talking Strangers.

At the center of contemporary Western missiology (or missional theology/ecclesiology) is the voice of Bishop Lesslie Newbigin, a British missionary theologian who spent some thirty years working in India. When he returned to England in the mid-70s, he was shocked to see that the Christian Britain that had sent him to India in the 30s... Continue Reading →

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