Why do cross-cultural church planters so often miscommunicate—sometimes without realizing it until years later? In this fresh presentation from EXPLORE 2021, Steve Stanford of Ethnos360 gives clear examples of the necessity of understanding a people's worldview.
Literacy vs. Orality in Church Planting Strategy
In this newly released recording from EXPLORE 2021, Board member Ken Miller explores "God's Vision for All the Nations."
In this engaging session, recorded at our EXPLORE event one week ago, Adam Boyd describes some of the linguistic and practical challenges of Bible translation.
As a member-in-training with All-Nations, I’ve had several pursuits outside of linguistics and languages over the last few years.
More than a year and four months after breaking ground, we were granted occupancy for the new building this week. We lost no time moving in.
Just two years ago, we were completing a round of research and on-the-ground investigation on two fronts and wondering what steps to take next.
In a panel discussion at Camp Week, four brothers engaged a number of serious questions about "Tradition and Innovation in a Church Planting Paradigm."
In an exercise at Camp Week 2020, Adam Boyd gave participants the opportunity to translate the Lord's Prayer in 15 minutes. Not from Greek. Just from the English we know into English without theological key terms. Now that's an exercise that would probably be good for you too!
How did the kind efforts of a group of Americans to build a meetinghouse end up destroying a poor Mexican church? What is so radically different about the church "Hamid" is part of in Southeast Asia, and the blessing they receive from America?