In missions and in evangelism, we are often more concerned about what we say than how our listeners hear and understand the Gospel. Often times, the
In missions and in evangelism, we are often more concerned about what we say than how our listeners hear and understand the Gospel. Often times, the Gospel as we usually present is not understood by others in the way we wish for them to know.
At this mission dialogue, we invite you to reflect with us and the speaker on how we typically share our faith with others – the words and language that we use and also our methods. Are there more relatable means to share the Gospel and to be a more winsome witness to others?
Dr Chansamone Saiyasak has been serving in missions in Thailand and Laos since 1992. He has established and lead the Mekong Bible Seminary, Mercy Christian School, Charisa Technological College, Mercy Foundation, Association of Christian Ministers and Workers, and Nathan Trading Co., Ltd., for facilitating missional movement. He also serves on the PhD faculty of PTS College & Advanced Studies, Philippines, and Doctoral Faulty of Zenzendorf School Doctoral Studies, Olivet University, California, as well on the Executive Committees of Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand (in Asia Evangelical Alliance), Asia Society of Missiology, and SEANET Missiological Forum. He has two earned doctorates from Evangelische Theologische Faculteit, Belgium, and Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, USA. Prior to his doctorate he studied at Harvard Graduate School of Education, Yale School of Management, and Saad Business School, Oxford University. He’s married to Piyapon and has 4 children.
Claire Chong is Training and Research Associate with SCGM. She lived in Cambodia as a missionary and tentmaker for 15 years. Her current projects focus on the development of contextual approaches of mission for Asia.
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