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    Odessa Theological Seminary - Leadership and Mission (Part 2)

    Odessa Theological Seminary - Leadership and Mission (Part 2)

    This past November, I had the privilege and pleasure to teach for a third year in a row at Odessa Theological Seminary. It was a week long intensive class on Mission and Leadership. The students are all from Ukraine and will be going to numerous countries Central and East Asia as well as Africa. Dr. Ray Trantham oversees the program and he has done a remarkable job in making Odessa Seminary have what I think is one of the best outcome based missionary leadership programs anywhere. If you are interested in supporting Ray, the seminary or the students click on the links below. Enjoy this second part of a two part podcast!
    http://partnersinmission.org
    http://en.odessasem.org
    http://www.odessamissions.org
    http://www.odessasem.org

    • 40 min
    Odessa Theological Seminary - Mission and Leadership (part 1)

    Odessa Theological Seminary - Mission and Leadership (part 1)

    This past November, I had the privilege and pleasure to teach for a third year in a row at Odessa Theological Seminary. It was a week long intensive class on Mission and Leadership. The students are all from Ukraine and will be going to numerous countries Central and East Asia as well as Africa. Dr. Ray Trantham oversees the program and he has done a remarkable job in making Odessa Seminary have what I think is one of the best outcome based Missionary leadership programs anywhere. If you are interested in supporting Ray, the seminary, or the students click on the links below. Enjoy the podcast!
    http://partnersinmission.org
    http://en.odessasem.org
    http://www.odessamissions.org
    http://www.odessasem.org

    • 36 min
    From the Inside Out: Reimagining Mission, Recreating the World. An Interview with the author, Ryan Kuja

    From the Inside Out: Reimagining Mission, Recreating the World. An Interview with the author, Ryan Kuja

    Ryan Kuja is a missiologist, counselor, spiritual director, writer & global citizen with a background in international mission, relief & development. He has lived on the front lines of shalom in fifteen cities and rural areas on five continents. Ryan writes and teaches on the integration of missional praxis, developing intercultural competency, spiritual formation, psychology, and the transformation of individuals and communities. His writing has been published in a variety of theological journals as well as at Sojourners, Red Letter Christians and Missio Alliance. His first book, From the Inside Out: Reimagining Mission, Recreating the World released in 2018.
    https://www.amazon.com/Inside-Out-Reimagining-Mission-Recreating/dp/1532616392/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=ryan+kuja&qid=1559572974&s=gateway&sr=8-1

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    Eldership and the Mission of God

    Eldership and the Mission of God

    Bob Hyatt is the co-author of Eldership and the Mission of God. Bob, is the founding pastor of The Evergreen Community ( evergreenpdx.org ) in Portland, OR and currently serves as the Director of Equipping and Spiritual Formation for the Ecclesia Network (ecclesianet.org) in Boise, ID. Bob's passion is to help churches become a Jesus-focused successes in ministry- success being defined not by numbers but by clarity around and achievement of personal, spiritual and ministry goals. His book lays out both the importance of eldership in regard to the development of a missional ethos but also the pragmatic in regard to who can be an elder and how to identify potential elders. More information about Bob can be found at bobhyatt.info

    • 58 min
    Beyond Snakes and Shamrocks - An Interview with Dr Ross A. Lockhart on St Patrick's Missional Lessons for Today

    Beyond Snakes and Shamrocks - An Interview with Dr Ross A. Lockhart on St Patrick's Missional Lessons for Today

    In this interview, Dr. Marcel Mitchell interviews Dr Ross Lockhart about his recently released book titled Beyond Snakes and Shamrocks - St. Patrick's Missional Leadership Lessons for Today. Dr. Lockhart is the founding director of The Centre of Missional Leadership at St Andrew's Hall at the University of British Columbia. The book looks at the "cultural Christianity" of Roman Britain in which St. Patrick was raised, the transformation of his life while in captivity in Ireland, and after escaping slavery, his training for ministry in France. Some years later because of "Vox Hibernia" (The Call of Ireland) St Patrick returns to Ireland and leads one of the greatest national conversions to Christianity recorded in history. Dr Lockhart takes this interesting bit of 5th and 6th Century Irish / British history, the missionary work of St Patrick and compares it with the Post-Christian culture of the Cascadia region of North America. Through this comparison Dr Lockhart addresses the contemporary missional lessons that can be learned. This is the best missional book I have read to date!

    • 59 min
    Interview with Geoff Hartt of Hispanics for Christ

    Interview with Geoff Hartt of Hispanics for Christ

    Geoff Hartt is a pastor in Wilsonville, Oregon and is also the Executive Director of Hispanics for Christ.  Hispanics for Christ has a none-traditional missionary approach of advancing the Kingdom of God through a greater use of indigenous workers via in-country leadership development.  The result has been amazing! Indigenous church leaders have be able to advanced the Kingdom in the global-south far more greatly than through the traditional means of supporting Western missionaries and sending them.  Additionally, western nations, where Christianity in serious decline, can learn a great deal from the Hispanics for Christ model.  If you would like to know more about Hispanics for Christ, and Geoff Hartt, or support their work then please click here.

    • 52 min

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