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07 Jan Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

God’s Work through the BtD Network (reprinted with permission from Missio Nexus’ Anthology)

The Bridging the Divide Network (BtD) arose to address a challenge; actually the culmination of three challenges: How can we effectively and biblically bring the good news of salvation in Christ to the more than 1.8 billion Muslims in the world? What can be done about the tensions between widely differing and conflicting approaches being […]


01 Dec Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

4 Types of People Critical to Movements

“Here are 4 types of people critical to any kind of movement, whether it’s a scalable startup or a disciple-making movement.” Click here to see these what these four types of people are.


02 Nov Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Missions in a Dangerous World: Missiological Myths vs. Biblical Patterns

Wars, natural disasters, and persecution in many contexts remind us of Jesus’ warnings and promises about the end of this age. He cautioned us not to be deceived by false prophets. In a missiological context, we can be misled by warped perspectives on our Great Commission task. Check out this article to see four myths […]


12 Oct Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

A Straw Man Argument to Prove What God Shouldn’t Do: A Critique of Chad Vegas’ “A Brief Guide to DMM”

Summary: “A Brief Guide to DMM” raises important issues, but consistently follows a pattern of taking quotations out of context, presenting a rewording of the quotation, then showing problems with the reworded version. The author also argues against unbelievers reading or trying to obey the Bible, unless mediated via “the instruction of a Christian minister,” […]


24 Aug Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Finding New Unity through Discovery

A guest post by Dr. Steven P. Steinhaus, DMin   A key issue impacting unity and partnership in mission relates to the role of the foreigner in other cultures, in particular concerning questions about church-in-culture decisions: contextualization or indigenization. Missionaries around the world have long struggled with this issue. Mission history is replete with embarrassing […]


27 Jul Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Bridging the Divide Consultation 2018

Last month over forty of us gathered to discuss various facets of “Freedom in Christ,” especially as it relates to those coming to faith in Him from a Muslim background. We had a substantial and informative time together, in some cases finding more agreement than we had expected. A summary report of our interaction can […]


01 Mar Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Quality is Essential; But Any Size Can Count as a “Movement”?

An Interaction with Kevin Higgins’ “Measuring Insider Movements?” by L.D. Waterman Note: the first two parts of this discussion can be found in “When does a Movement Count? – Two Perspectives.” I appreciate Kevin Higgins’ willingness to interact with my question about size criteria for an Insider Movement to be counted as a movement. He proposes […]


18 Nov Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

A Conference Worth Considering

Many missiologists and field workers (myself included) consider Disciple Making Movements to be a blessing from the Lord – avoiding many weaknesses of both traditional (aggregate) church planting approaches and socio-religious “Insider” approaches. Disciple Making Movements are real…and are happening around the world today, especially among Muslims. If you’re interested to know more about Disciple […]


02 Sep Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

A Healthier Approach to Disagreement

The most recent issue of Christianity Today contains an article entitled “A Healthier Approach to Disagreement in the Church Begins With One Unusual Word” by James Calvin Davis. This excerpt from Davis’s book Forbearance: A Theological Ethic for a Disagreeable Church offers sound and biblically-based counsel. The whole article is worth reading, but here are a […]


29 May Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Why Not Simple?

Before I moved to a Muslim-majority country (over two decades ago), I was on pastoral staff at a church in rural upstate New York. I knew a few families who did what they called “house church.” These families had attended our church for a while, then left. They had also left most or all of […]