Tag: social justice

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Thoughts on the “7 Worst International Aid Ideas” by Richard Stupart

Richard Stupart’s “7 Worst International Aid Ideas” is an excellent article about misunderstanding cultural needs and ministering ineffectively.  This cross-cultural ministry “mismatch” is most often unintentional and with a well-meaning heart and passion. One can have good intentions in their ministry efforts cross-culturally and yet cause significant damage or detriment in the ongoing Christian ministry.…
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Does salvation include social justice?

Stetzer asks the question, “Should the definition of “salvation” be expanded beyond personal redemption of sins to include social justice through the reformation of economic and political institutions?” This question is quite relevant in our current missional culture. Is the primary purpose and mission of Christians to “fix” society, culture, and politics in addition to…
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