Learning, unlearning, and relearning to be effective in God’s mission
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Article from the November 2007 WEA Connections Magazine.
Abstract
‘When the paradigm shifts, we all go back to the start.’ I once heard this in a management class, and the point seemed to be that those who could unlearn what they thought they knew under the old paradigm, and learn the challenges and opportunities of the new paradigm – and do so fast – would gain the advantage of effectiveness in a changed environment. World Christianity and world mission have changed so radically and so rapidly in the past few decades that there is a lot of learning and unlearning to do, especially for those of us now on the peripheries of the world church – in the west and north. For that indeed is where we must start our new learning…
Content
The New Shape of World Christianity
The New Patterns of World Mission
The Original Shape of God’s Mission
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Posted : 2012-09-13 21:40:23 GMT
Author/Authors : Chr. J H Wright
Publishers : WEA Mission Commission
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Publication Date : Nov. 2007
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