Evangelical Missions Quarterly: Volume 50 Issue 4

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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 50 issue 4 of EMQ released October 2014. This topic for this EMQ is Global Missions Today.

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Table of Contents:

GLOBAL MISSIONS TODAY

A Discernable Quintet Impacting Church and Mission By Samuel E. Chiang

Every Person (from Everywhere) By Sadiri Joy Tira

The Great Shift: Africa in Missions By Lazarus Phiri

Participation in God’s Mission: Learning to Shine Like Stars By C. Rosalee Velloso Ewell

Navigating Post-Christendom Cultures: The Future of Mission in North America By David Fitch

Missiographic: 50 years of EMQ By Stan Nussbaum and James Nelson regular features

A Second Look: The Importance of History to Missiology By Gary Corwin

Voices in the Local Church: Every Member on Mission through Churches Everywhere By Mike Constantz

Excellence in Missions: 50 Years of EMQ: Looking Back and Forward By Jim Reapsome (EMQ editor 1964-1997)

Book Reviews anniversary collection

ARTICLES

Seeing “Inside” the Insider Movement: Nine Theological Lenses By Leonard N. Bartlotti

Spanish Spirituality: Who Is Most Open to Christ? By Rick Satterthwaite

What Is Truth? Religion, Relationships, and Reality in Post-modern Spain By Les Cowan

“Adopting” a New Life By Michael Chung

Practicing the Welcoming Gospel: Hospitality in Cross-cultural Ministries By Benjamin D. Espinoza

The Importance of Communication in Establishing a Hispanic Ministry By Karen Aguilar

A Vision for Partnership: Radio as a Case Study By Curt Cole

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