Krause, Michael, Narry Santos and Robert Cousins (eds.). From the Margins to the Centre: The Diaspora Effect. A Collection of Essays to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Tyndale Intercultural Ministry Centre. Toronto, Ont.: Tyndale Academic Press, 2018.
Table of Contents
Part I. What have we learned? The vision & biblical theology of intercultural mission -- Chapter 1. Reoriented thinking in disorienting times / Gary Nelson – Chapter 2. Blessed to be a blessing: a missional biblical theology for intercultural ministry / Robert Cousins – Chapter 3. Biblical models for emerging diaspora leaders / Lisa Pak – Chapter 4. Rethinking mission in, to, and from Canada today / Robert Morris and Jonathan Fuller – Part II. What have we learned? Changing missional contexts – Chapter 5. Mission in a post-Christian (or never-Christian or newly-Christian or vaguely-Christian) Canada: it’s all about context / Sam Chaise – Chapter 6. Mapping our community: understanding diversity, change, and neighbourliness / James W. Watson -- Chapter 7. A mission, migration, and multiplying movement / Narry Santos – Chapter 8. Mission to, through and beyond the diaspora / Timothy Li-Hui Tang – Chapter 9. Engaging world religions with the gospel / T.V. Thomas – Part III. What do we do now? Strategic thinking and application – Chapter 10. The global campus / Alexander Best with Michelle Kwok – Chapter 11. Ministry to Canadian students and youth – in all their ethnic diversity / Donna Chun Wah Dong – Chapter 12. Surviving or thriving? – principles for a church that is becoming / Chris Pullenayegum – Chapter 13. Adjustment required – transitioning to a multicultural congregation / Dan Sheffield – Chapter 14. From displacement to diaspora: finding a place for the outsider within the mission of God / Rupen Das.
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