Evangelical Missions Quarterly: Volume 51 Issue 1


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 51 issue 1 of EMQ released January 2015. This topic for this EMQ is Faith in A Second Language. 


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Resource Description

Table of Contents:


A Second Look: Bridging the Divide(s) By Gary Corwin

Voices in the Local Church: “What a Strange Family!” Church-Agency Partnerships By Bruce Huseby

Excellence in Missions: Moving from Dependence to Independence: A Global South View of Church-Mission Relationships By Carlos Díaz

NEW SECTION! Orality in Missions: How Would Jesus Tell It? Crafting Stories from an Honor-Shame Perspective By Jackson Wu

Book Reviews


A Personal Case Study in Cross-cultural Learning and Growth By Andy Opie

One Method Does Not Fit All: Case Studies in Muslim Diaspora By Caitlin Roam

Faith in a Second Language U.P. Maria

Seven Helpful Reminders for Building Relationships in Group-oriented Cultures By Paul Sadler

Symposium: The “De-missionization” of Missions By Marvin Newell with responses by Douglas McConnell, Kärin Butler Primuth, and JR Rozko

Models of Ministry with the Transient Poor By Andrew Ng and Michael Crane

Sharing Resources in Contexts of Poverty By Daniel Rickett

Isa on the Diaspora Road: A Conversation with John Becker and Paul Dzubinski

The Power of Short-term Missions By H. Porter Speakman

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