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A Framework for Incorporating the Arts in Short-Term Missions
Tags: arts, engagement, indigenous, missions, music, short-term mission
As I jotted down Hausa lyrics and melodies on a four-week visit to church members in Nigeria, I had no idea that eight years later a focus on the arts of others would become central to my life’s...
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...
Worship and Mission for the Global Church
Tags: art, arts, contextualization, missions, music, worship
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...
Bible Storying with the Creative Arts for Church Planting
Tags: arts, church planting, music, stories, storying, visual arts
August 1996: It was time for the festival celebrating the founding of Tsévié, the town where we were living in Togo. The stadium field was covered with traditional musical groups demonstrating...
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