Evangelical Missions Quarterly: Volume 49 Issue 2


The Evangelical Missions Quarterly (EMQ) is a professional journal serving the worldwide missions community and is the newest resource of Missio Nexus. This is Volume 49 issue 2 of EMQ released in April 2013. This topic for this EMQ is “Sebi tafratse” (with all due respects) A Word to the West from “the Rest”


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Table of Contents:


A Second Look: Weighing Character and Personality By Gary Corwin

In the 20/30 Gap: Gospelizing the Social: Why Social Justice and Evangelism Work Together By R. York Moore

Voices in the Local Church: Are You Ready to Change? By Liz Gold

Excellence in Missions: Essential Mission Partnering Principles By Alex Araujo


Spirit-led Followers: Rethinking Transformational Leadership Theory By Timothy Brubaker

How should Christians think about transformational leadership? Exploring the pros and cons in a Christian context.

Are We All Missionaries? Redefining the Mission for All Believers By Greg Wilton

The Church must continue to affirm the universal missionhood of the believer, calling all Christians to live as commissionaries, while pleading for a set-apart work of the missionary.

All Cretans Are Liars: Reflections on Aspects of Cross-cultural Analysis and Training By Keith Walker

How, if ever, should we use generalizations regarding the character of national or ethnic groups? Looking at research and reality.

“Sebi tafratse” (with all due respects): A Word to the West from “the Rest” By Solomon Aryeetey

What is really thwarting our mission to reach the world? A strong and important plea from a Majority World leader.

Six Things to Know Before You Go By Kimberly E. Snider and Richard L. Starcher

Six characteristics of Filipino culture each person needs to understand and appreciate in order to minister effectively in that context.

Quandries Our Missionaries Face By Allan G. Hedberg and Dean Johnson

A ministry may be placed at risk because of a missionary’s self-defeating behavior and attitudes.  Seven quandaries individuals face and how to help.

Instruments in the Hands of a Loving God: Lessons from Barnabas By Mark A. Olander

By looking closely at the life of Barnabas, we can identify at least five things God looks for in individuals so that he can effectively use them.

Counsel from the Council: Five Jewels of Wisdom By Andy Johnson

Facing “truth in love” from Dagara Christian leaders was not easy, yet has proved invaluable to ongoing ministry for one international worker.

Moscow: Missions in Context of Urban Need By Buck Burch

Many evangelicals are beginning to engage a cultural strategy (A-E-I-O-U) that touches five cultural issues in Moscow.

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