by Stacie Ellinger We moved house ten days ago. We are in a beautiful, leafy part of Adelaide, Australia. The summer sun enters through the many
Tag : Cross Cultural Sensitivity
by Tamie Davis When asked about the value of African theology for Western Christians, the late Ghanaian theologian Kwame Bediako said, “Well,
by Katherine Seat “Aren’t you scared while your husband is away?” “I’ll lock the door at night, and the windows have bars on
by Jacqueline Scott When we head into another culture to live among the local people, our hope is to understand them at least enough to become
If “they’ll know we are Christians by our love,” will they know we are missionaries by our listening?
by Alyson Rockhold The brooms in Tanzania start early each day. A familiar “swish, swish, swish” emanates from every house. When I moved here, I