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WCF.M4.L35 - World Christian Foundations Study Guide

Objectives: To be able to...
  • Describe and compare some of the major global, uniting networks.
  • Indicate the ways in which these networks have diffused common cultural features.
  • Describe the antecedents of the AD 2000 Movement.


Assignments:
  • Introduction
  • Winter, ed: WCF Module Four Study Guide and Lesson Overviews
  • 140-142Lesson 35 Introduction

  • General

  • Global Mission Streams

  • I. The Christian Endeavor Movement
  • Winter, ed: WCF Program: Module Four Reader
  •  35A Winter: Introduction: Christian Endeavor

  • II. World Evangelical Fellowship and Its Mission Commission
    International Review of Mission (January 1984) 73,289, ATLA Religion Database
  • 126-129“The Wheaton ‘83 Letter to the Churches

  • International Review of Mission (April 2000) 89,353, ATLA Religion Database
  • 242-247The Iguassu Affirmation

  • Moreau, ed: Evangelical Dictionary of World Missions
  • 495-496IFMA
  • 498-499IMC
  • 987-988United States Mission Boards and Societies
  • 1027-1028WEF

  • Please familiarize yourself with the following:
  • Winter, ed: WCF Program: Module Four Reader
  •  35B Winter: The New Missions and the Mission of the Church

  • Pierson: The Dynamics of Christian Mission
  • 1-12ch. 31 Emerging Missions

  • Winter, ed: WCF Program: Module Four Reader
  •  35C Winter: My Pilgrimage in Mission
  •  35D Winter: Unfinished Task, Facts and Fallacies

  • Current Issues and Methods

  • (Read one or more of these articles)
    http://www.ijfm.org/21_4.htm
    IJFM 21,4
  • 151-154Garrison: Church Planting Movements vs. Insider Movements
  • 155-165Higgins: The Key to Insider Movements: The “Devoted’s” of Acts

  • Winter and Hawthorne, eds.: Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (4th edition)
  • 731-736#128 Winter: Join The World Christian Movement

  • Hanciles: Beyond Christendom
  • 324-349African Migrants and the Making of a New Missionary Movement
  • 207-228African Migrations

  • Winter and Hawthorne, eds.: Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (4th edition)
  • 371Ekstrom: Brazilian Sending
  • 375Scott: Latin American Sending
  • 700-702Guzman: Ourselves as Servants: Latin American Workers in the Middle East
Personal Response, Intellectual Journal, Notes


Assignments (continued)


General (cont.)


Butare: International Development from a Kingdom Perspective

111-142 Bush: Raising up a New Generation from the 4/14 Window

www.ijfm.org/PDFs_IJFM/16_3_PDFs/06%20Lundy.pdf

IJFM 16,3

147-154 Lundy: Moving Beyond Internationalizing the Mission Force


Winter, ed: WCF Program: Module Four Reader

35E Bennett and Schwartz: Two Christian Leaders Discuss Dependency


Winter, ed: WCF Module Four Study Guide and Lesson Overviews

142-144 Lesson 35 Review


Optional


Winter, ed: WCF Program: Module Four Reader

15B Winter:The Story of the Frontier Mission Movement (Review)


Hiebert: Anthropological Insights for Missionaries

171-192 ch. 7 Critical Contextualization


Mandryk: Operation World: The Definitive Prayer Guide for Every Nation, 7th Edition

850-860 United Kingdom





Reflection Questions
  • What was the accidental or unforeseen problem that diverted the IMC?


  • What can we see in the Lausanne and AD 2000 traditions as being faithful to the 1910 challenge?


  • What is the missing element in the WEF approach to global mission?


Notes