Missions Dialogue: Self-Sustaining Church Models

Synopsis The COVID-19 disruptions have surfaced critical issues in missions that underscore the importance of self-sustaining church models. How can mission communities use local resources to develop efficacious yet easily reproducible solutions for the local church? Come, listen and discuss with local pastors and missionaries from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and be part of […]

Disrupting Church in the City – Returning To True Normal

Synopsis The definition of a “Christian” and “a church” is never complete without its relationship to the community as defined by the mission of God. In this series of missions breakfast talks in August and September, come engage with a variety of speakers as we address the theology and practice of incarnational witness in the City […]

SCGM ANNUAL LECTURE 2020

DISRUPTION, CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY AND THE MISSIONAL CHRISTIAN Synopsis Throughout history, the people of God have experienced disruptions of all kinds – migration, war, famine, pandemics and even technological shifts. In face of these challenges, they have sometimes faltered, while on other occasions thrived and prospered. What spiritual principles and habits can we learn from them […]

Stories From the Field (II)

Synopsis In this second part of our Stories from the Field  series, we have invited 4 missions workers to join us to share about their personal experiences and lessons learned while serving in the cross-cultural mission field. We have sought a diversity of experiences and ways by which these workers have engaged in missions overseas. Read […]