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Asian Missions Advance, 53rd

Editorial: Communicating the Gospel in the Globalized World

Timothy K. Park, Editor

The rapid development of technology is one of the factors that has turned the world we live into a global village. Today, any kind of information may be obtained through the internet, and communicating through smartphone and internet is easy anytime, anywhere. Unlike today, in the first century, the gospel was communicated mainly by word of mouth and through letters. Most often through personal meetings. Today, the gospel is also shared by other means such as art, music, and movies, both directly and through the internet. [read more]


Creative Arts As Cultural Bridge to Global Mission

Daniel J. Kim

The rapid development of technology is one of the factors that has turned the world we live into a global village. Today, any kind of information may be obtained through the internet, and communicating through smartphone and internet is easy anytime, anywhere. Unlike today, in the first century, the gospel was communicated mainly by word of mouth and through letters. …[read more]


Bible Storytelling Ministry & Globalization in Mission

Yon Soo Kim

Since the beginning the gospel of Christianity has been aiming for globalization. The phrase “Making disciples of all nations”in Jesus’ Great Commission shows that the commission is not only for all nations, tribes and language groups in the world, and the promise and commandment of the Pentecost, but includes also in its realm as extended to “in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”…[read more]


Making Sense of Good & Evil: HIV&AIDS in Focus

Diane Marshall

In what ways do poverty, hunger, HIV, gender discrimination, racism, human trafficking, poor governance, environmental degradation, and inequitable access to health services, education, land and resources create barriers to the gospel?……[read more]

 


Cyber-missions and the Unreached

John Edmiston

In the 21st century the first touch is nearly always a digital touch. Long before most people ever meet an evangelical Christian they have heard about evangelicals in the media, seen their gospel Facebook posts, got their earnest emails, downloaded their crossover music and stumbled across their Christian websites. We evangelicals are sometimes present to them digitally, even if we do not know them personally. …[read more]



National Report: Nepal

Ram Prasad Shrestha

Nepal is a beautiful country sandwiched between two giant countries:Tibet-China to the North and India to the South. It is shaped like a rectangle where three parts of the border are shared by India, whereas the Northern Border is shared by Tibet-China. It is a landlocked nation with enormous cultural and geographical diversities. ….[read more]