Passion for Mission: LOI 2017 consultation

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on September 19, 2017

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LOI-Mission – September 2017

At least seventy church leaders, mission workers and seminary teachers, including a number of younger leaders, gathered at Selwyn College, Cambridge, last week for four days of prayer, study and conversation around the topic of ‘Theological Formation for Mission’. Coming from places as diverse as Alaska, South Africa, and South Korea, they were able to form new friendships, share experiences, disagree with one another in love, have their thinking stimulated, and focus their vision to see people formed to share effectively in the Mission of God to our world.

We will shortly be uploading the papers to the website under the tab for the consultation, and also links to podcasts made by John Maddex of Ancient Faith Radio. They include assessments of how new approaches to the teaching of the Apostle Paul can help us grow together and work together; reflections on experience of working together in seminary and mission contexts, and reports on the situation in various parts of the world. Together they form a valuable body of material exploring on how we are formed theologically, and how we form others, to share in the mission to which God has called us.

The Orthodox Church in America has a story on the consultation on its website, which also features the group photo taken in front of the college chapel: https://oca.org/news/headline-news/oca-represented-at-orthodox-evangelical-consultation-in-cambridge-uk.

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