What does missions have to do with Mexican food? What is the difference between “mission,” “missions,” and “missional”? How is being a “witness” distinct from being a “missionary”? What does it mean to be “called”?
Find out the answers to these questions and many more in our Mission Essentials series!
From August 2011 to March 2012 Engage magazine is getting back to the essentials of mission. Voices from around the world are tackling these theological and practical issues out of their unique contexts.
Join the conversation by reading the archived articles below and responding respectfully in the comment section beneath each article. You can also contribute Letters to the Editor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, including your full name, and your city and nation of residence. (Anonymous letters will not be published.)
New articles in the series are identifiable by the Mission Essentials logo. Visit www.engagemagazine.com each week, now through February 2012.
In today’s world, whether sitting in a living room in New York City, in a cybercafé in Bamako or in an office in Quito, one tends to spend more time dealing with people through computers than in face...