HonorShame.com offers practical tools and training for Christians ministering in honor-shame contexts. Though honor-shame is the primary OS for 80% of the world, they remain significant blind spots in Western culture, theology, and missiology. HonorShame.com develops and advocates a biblical missiology for honor-shame cultures, so that all peoples will sing, “My salvation and honor depend on God” (Ps 62:7).
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This site was founded by Jayson Georges in 2013, and in 2016 became the digital platform of the Honor-Shame Network. We desire for HonorShame.com to be a platform for many practitioners to share resources and ideas. So, we welcome guest posts in the areas of Christian theology and ministry (click here for more information).
The Honor-Shame Network
The Honor-Shame Network seeks to integrate and apply insights about honor & shame for God’s global mission at various levels. The informal network involves Christian leaders serving in various regions of the world. Our primary areas of focus include theology, missiology, and ecclesiology.
The initial Resource Team forming the network includes Jayson Georges, Chris Flanders, Jackson Wu, Werner Mischke.
The 2017 Honor-Shame Conference will bring together a diverse international community of Christian theologians, missiologists, counselors, church-planters, educators, and creatives to normalize, advocate, and explore the centrality of honor & shame in God’s mission. This event will be hosted at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism at Wheaton College (Chicago, USA) on June 19-22, 2017. Further information forthcoming through the blog.
For more, email info@HonorShame.com.