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Next Steps in Ethnodoxology
Tools and Resources
Tags: ethnodoxology, links, opportunities, resources, tools, training
Now that you know more about the imortant role of ethnodoxology in cross-cultural ministry--especially as it relates to frontier missions--why not begin exploring more? What follows are a number of...
A Case for Contextualized, Artistic Communication in Mission
From the Editor
Tags: arts, contextualization, ethnodoxology, mission, music, worship
What did you think when you saw that strange new word—ethnodoxology—on the cover of Mission Frontiers? If it is unfamiliar now, it won’t be when you’re done with this issue. Twenty...
Creating Local Arts Together
Seven Steps for Facilitating Arts in Community
Tags: arts, community, ethnodoxology, facilitating, manual, william carey library
CASE ONE: In northwestern DR Congo, Mono Christians are making a fundamental change in how they communicate with God. Instead of using only international and regional artistic genres in their...
Facilitating Local Arts Expressions for Kingdom Purposes
Tags: arts, ethnodoxology, missions, music, worship
I, Robin, had the opportunity to interview Brian Schrag about the guiding principles of ethnodoxology and its crucial role in cross-cultural ministry. Below is a portion of our conversation.1
Enter the Conversation from Urbana ‘12
Tags: american church, ethnodoxology, urbana, western, worship
Empowering Every Tribe and Tongue to Worship Jesus
A Conversation with the editors of the new book from William Carey Library, Worship and Mission for the Global Church, by Robin Harris, James...