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“Unknown god altars,” “innocent natives,” and “anonymous Christians.”

    In this article, I will examine how a few contemporary mission thinkers have appealed to the altar to the unknown God in Acts 17:23. We will attempt to answer the question “Does the apostle Paul actually affirm the religiosity of the Athenians via the altar, and by extension, can we affirm the religiosity of adherents of other religions or of the validity of aboriginal/indigenous religion?”

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Where Discipleship Begins

I asked her to walk across the street and speak to an older man who appeared to be drunk. Her goal was to invite this man into our church. Sophia stopped dead in her tracks and said, “I can’t do what you do.”

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Sending or Receiving?

Do you remember, like me, sending Bibles in other languages to churches around the world? Today, the tables have turned and now many in the church see North America as the mission field. 

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Bucket-Filling Moments

Our Circle of Friends groups are now keenly aware of the invisible buckets that float above our heads each day. Good friends learn how to pay close attention to those mysterious floating buckets.

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Getting the Feel of It

I’ve learned through experience that feelings are important, but not always trustworthy. If I’d have let my feelings guide me, I’d never have gone to Africa.

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