Welcome to our fourth issue!
Glocal Conversations was launched to promote biblically-informed dialogue between academics and practitioners in the task of international development. We aim to encourage dialogue that is locally anchored but globally aware.
A Word From the Editor:
At Glocal Conversations we desire to publish works representative of the diversity of the Kingdom of God. It is a joy to include in this issue articles written from four different continents. Each article touches in some way or another a learning from history, be that from the monasteries of the Church of the East, the churches of Latvia, the leadership selection example of Jesus the Nazarene, or the missional family legacies of elders in our midst today. Each of these articles is a work drawn from more extensive studies at a masters or doctoral level. Look for other works by these authors at our Resource page.
With warm regards,
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|A Re-orientation of Perspective for the 21st century: Was the Church of the East Involved in Mission Activities among Muslims in Ninth Century Asia?|
|Interpretation of the Great Commission in Latvia: An Analysis of Lutheran and Baptist Documents|
|Calloused Hands: An Inquiry into the Process of Leadership Selection for Society Transformation in Youth With A Mission|
|Keys to Create Multi-generational Missional Family Legacies|
|Richard A Tracy||50-65|