Cook, Charles A., Lauren Goldbeck and Lorajoy Tira-Dimangondayao (eds.). Beyond Hospitality: Migration, Multiculturalism, and the Church. Toronto, Ont.: Tyndale Academic Press, 2020.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements – Forward / Sadiri Joy Tira – Introduction / Charles A. Cook – Part 1. Foundations for Moving Beyond Hospitality – Chapter 1. Theology of Displacement: Migration, Diaspora, and Missions in a Moving World / Sam George – Chapter 2. Moving From “Them” to “Us”: A Biblical Theology for Diaspora Ministry / Beth M. Stovell – Chapter 3. Biblical Bases of Hospitality / Narry Santos – Chapter 4. Indigenous and New Comers: An Opportunity for Collaboration / Ray Aldred – Chapter 5. Trends and Issues in Canadian Diaspora Migration: What the Changing Demographic, Cultural, and Social Landscape of Canada Signifies for the Mission of God / Amador “Jojo” Remigio – Chapter 6. The Mission of the Church Among the Canadian Diaspora / Justin Bradbury – Part 2. Forming Identity Beyond Hospitality. – Chapter 7. Realities of Privately Sponsored Syrian Refugees / Majd Alajji – Chapter 8. The Formation of a Hybrid Caribbean-Canadian Identity Within a Multicultural Context / Monetta Bailey – Chapter 9. Diaspora Missiology and the Jewish People of Canada / Andrew Barron – Chapter 10. Betwixt and Between: Reflections on Liminality and Loss From a Second-Generation Canadian/ Jen Singh – Chapter 11. From Hospice to Home: Foreign-born Children and Belonging / Lorajoy Tira-Dimangondayao – Chapter 12. “To All Nations”: The Distinctive Witness of the Intercultural Church / Sam Owusu – Part 3. Invitation to Move Beyond Hospitality – Chapter 13. Missional and Cross-cultural: The Story of One Immigrant Congregation in a Multicultural City / Minho Song – Chapter 14. Socially Engaged: A Case Study of Multicultural Churches and Mission, in Super-diverse Jane-Finch / Brian Seim – Chapter 15: Canadian Churches Developing Pathways to Jesus for Immigrants in Their Neighbourhood: A Case Study / Rick Love and Patty Love – Chapter 16. Embracing the Stranger: A Case Study of PALM Ministry Association / Roberto and Luisa Bolivar. – Chapter 17. The Mission of the Church Among Canadian Diaspora: Developing New Canadian Leaders for the Church in Canada / Karl H. Mueller – Chapter 18. Foreign Students in Our Midst: From Easy to Strategic / Yaw Perbi – Conclusion / Clint Mix.
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