Western Evangelicals in the Context of World Christianity (Colossians 1:3-8)

From Talbot Chapel: Spring 2012

Dr. Sappington reminds us that our concept of the Western world as the epicenter of Christian missionary activity and church growth must change to accommodate the rapid growth taking place in these areas in non-Western countries. He reflects on his experiences teaching in seminary in Indonesia amongst a Muslim culture and shares some of the hardships and lessons learned from missions work.

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Authors

  • Thomas J Sappington  

    • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
    • Chair, Department of Missions and Intercultural Studies, Talbot School of Theology

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