Browse: MISSION

O Testemunho Cristão em um Mundo Multi-Religioso

2011
A missão pertence à essência da igreja. A proclamação da palavra de Deus e o testemunho de sua palavra são essenciais para todo cristão. Ao mesmo tempo, é necessário fazê-lo a partir dos princípios do evangelho, com respeito e amor pleno para com todos os seres humanos. Cientes das tensões entre pessoas e comunidades de diferentes convicções religiosas e das variadas interpretações do testemunho cristão, o Pontifício Conselho para o Diálogo Inter-Religioso (PCDI), o Conselho Mundial de Igrejas (CMI) e, a convite do CMI, a Aliança Evangélica Mundial (AEM), se encontraram ao longo de um período de 5 anos para refletir e produzir este documento com o objetivo de estabelecer uma série de recomendações de conduta para o testemunho cristão ao redor do mundo. Este documento não tem a intenção de ser uma declaração teológica sobre missões, mas sim de abordar problemas práticos associados ao testemunho cristão em um mundo multi-religioso. O propósito deste documento é de encorajar igrejas, conselhos de igrejas e agências de missões para refletir sobre suas práticas atuais e usar as recomendações deste documento para preparar, onde forem apropriadas, as suas próprias diretrizes para seu testemunho e missão entre pessoas de diferentes religiões e entre aqueles que não professam nenhuma religião em particular. Espera-se que os cristãos ao redor do mundo estudem este documento à luz de suas próprias práticas ao testemunharem sua fé em Cristo, tanto por palavras como por ações.
by Conselho Mundial de Igrejas, Pontifício Conselho para o Diálogo Inter-Religioso, Aliança Evangélica Mundial
Views: 2990

Demasiado Valioso Para Que Se Pierda 5/5

1997
by Guillermo D. Taylor
Views: 2041

Demasiado Valioso Para Que Se Pierda 4/5

1997
by Guillermo D. Taylor
Views: 1986

Demasiado Valioso Para Que Se Pierda 3/5

1997
by Guillermo D. Taylor
Views: 1825

Demasiado Valioso Para Que Se Pierda 2/5

1997
by Guillermo D. Taylor
Views: 1817

Demasiado Valioso Para Que Se Pierda 1/5

1997
by Guillermo D. Taylor
Views: 1916

2002, October Connections

2002-10-01
Bulletin of the World Evangelical Alliance Missions Commission. Published three times yearly in both print and electronic formats. The bulletin presents the work of the Missions Commission, it’s Task Forces and Networks.
by Eds. William D. Taylor, K. Rajendran, Joe Varela
Views: 2296

Why Evangelicals Need a Code of Ethics for Mission

2011
When people today see on TV that some religious groups will use any means to further their cause, true Christians have to state what means they will never use; and if some Christians use inappropriate means, they should receive the disapproval of other Christians on the basis of a public code of ethics. The motto WWJD (“What would Jesus do?”), popular among some teenagers, has to guide us especially when we fulfill Jesus’ Great Commission.
by Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher, Dr. Thomas K. Johnson
Views: 3277

Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct

2011
Mission belongs to the very being of the church. Proclaiming the word of God and witnessing to the world is essential for every Christian. At the same time, it is necessary to do so according to gospel principles, with full respect and love for all human beings. Aware of the tensions between people and communities of different religious convictions and the varied interpretations of Christian witness, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PCID), the World Council of Churches (WCC) and, at the invitation of the WCC, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), met during a period of 5 years to reflect and produce this document to serve as a set of recommendations for conduct on Christian witness around the world. This document does not intend to be a theological statement on mission but to address practical issues associated with Christian witness in a multi-religious world. The purpose of this document is to encourage churches, church councils and mission agencies to reflect on their current practices and to use the recommendations in this document to prepare, where appropriate, their own guidelines for their witness and mission among those of different religions and among those who do not profess any particular religion. It is hoped that Christians across the world will study this document in the light of their own practices in witnessing to their faith in Christ, both by word and deed.
by World Council of Churches, Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue,World Evangelical Alliance
Views: 6001

Doing Member Care Well Part 4/4

2002
A global resource for the international missions member care family around the world. Its global scope is reflected in the diversity of authors and the wide range of topics. This is an extensive resource, especially developed to address member care issues.
by Kelly O'Donnell
Views: 2497

Doing Member Care Well Part 3/4

2002
A global resource for the international missions member care family around the world. Its global scope is reflected in the diversity of authors and the wide range of topics. This is an extensive resource, especially developed to address member care issues.
by Kelly O'Donnell
Views: 2384

Doing Member Care Well Part 2/4

2002
A global resource for the international missions member care family around the world. Its global scope is reflected in the diversity of authors and the wide range of topics. This is an extensive resource, especially developed to address member care issues.
by Kelly O'Donnell
Views: 2403

World Mission

1999
One of the leading evangelical professors of mission and mission activist in Germany shows in a fascinating way, how the essence of God, of the Bible and of Christian faith is centered in World Mission. Among the essays are the following: God, the First Missionary; Romans as a Charta of World Mission Mission in the Old Testament; Jesus as a Master Educator for Mission; Social Responsibility in the Church; The Trinity of the OT and the Dialogue with Jews and Muslims.
by Thomas Schirrmacher
Views: 2408

La Vision Islamica de Importantes Enseñanzas Cristianas


by Christine Schirrmacher
Views: 2485

The Body, Soul and Spirit Concept of the Bemba in Zambia

2002
The participation in cross-cultural ministry brings two different concepts of being human to light: one’s own concept of being human and that of the members of the culture with one comes to work. This fact causes unwanted misunderstandings and obstacles for the Gospel. How different the concept of man of the Bemba in Zambia in comparison to the western concept of man is, is the subject of this book.
by Robert Badenberg
Views: 2434

Shame and Guilt

2003
Eighteen years of missionary service in Guinea, West Africa, and missiological studies led the author to the conclusion that shame and guilt are fundamental elements for the understanding of missions. Traditionally, missionaries with guilt-oriented met shame-oriented indigenous people. The conscience orientation influences personality and culture, and consequently also theology and missions. It influences all spheres of private and public life. Shame and guilt-oriented people have different concepts of sin, salvation and forgiveness. They have different needs in relation to community life. They communicate differently. Newly, these differences occur not only between missionaries and indigenous people, but also between the older and younger generation in Europe and North America.
by Hannes Wiher
Views: 3348

Mateso ya Wakristo Yanatuhusu Sisi Sote

2008
70 thesis on persecution and martyrdom, written for the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church on behalf of the German and Euro­pean Evangeli­cal Alliance.
by Thomas Schirrmacher
Views: 3162

L’Évangile et la Culture de Honte en Afrique Occidentale

2003
Pendant dix ans de service missionnaire en République de Guinée en Afrique Occidentale, beaucoup de questions surgies du travail missionnaire sont restées sans réponses. C’est seulement des études missiologiques approfondies qui ont pu fournir des réponses, ce qui a conduit à ce manuel pour missionnaires. La conscience axée sur la honte y a été reconnue comme élément fondamental de la culture Ouest-Africaine imprégnée par l’animisme et l’islam populaire. Le but de ce manuel est de faciliter l’introduction aux missionnaires en Guinée, en Afrique Occidentale et dans d’autres cultures de honte. Cette version française est une édition légèrement révisée de l’original allemand de l’année 1997.
by Hannes Wiher
Views: 2895

Trabajando tu llamado a las naciones Part 4/4

1998
by Jonatán P. Lewis
Views: 2071

Trabajando tu llamado a las naciones Part 3/4

1998
by Jonatán P. Lewis
Views: 2574
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