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Challenge and Opportunity for the Global Network of Mission Structures
It has been a privilege to serve as the first International Director of the Global Network of Mission Structures (GNMS). As we have begun to promote the GNMS within Asia, I see more and more the...
Envisioning a Global Network of Mission Structures
Will Tokyo 2010 Launch New Global Partnerships to Finish the Task?
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Today, there are over 4,000 known evangelical mission agencies sending out 250,000 missionaries from over 200 countries. This is up from 1,800 known mission agencies and 70,000 missionaries in...
Mission Cooperation Goes Global
An Interview with the Director of the Global Network of Mission Structures
For this special issue of Mission Frontiers, we talked to Dr. Yong Cho, international director of the Global Network of Mission Structures (GNMS) about his role and vision for this new world-level...
In our last issue (on the “Uncertain Future of Missions”) I wrote about my recent return visit to Guatemala, where my growing family and I worked between 1956 and 1966. I wrote of how...
Historical Precedents and Foundations for the GNMS
The future, of course, is built upon the past. That is why this effort to found the GNMS is deliberately the result of a “Third Call.” That is, we are consciously attempting to put in place the...
Introducing the Global Network of Mission Structures
Finally … a Global Network of Mission Structures has been called forth!
Prompted by initial discussions at the Singapore 2002 Unreached Peoples Consultation, a group of 28 delegates from older...
Some things are sleepers.
When years ago a tiny baby was born on the small island of Corsica west of Italy, the world did not take notice. But that baby, named Napoleon, became one...