In this paper, Professor Donald Drew summarizes the monumental volume by J.W. Bready titled England Before and After Wesley, published in 1939. It provides a detailed and inspiring case study of how God transformed an entire nation and culture through … Continued
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The Disciple Nations Alliance equips the Church to transform the world, but what exactly is the Church? In this helpful article adapted from a 1981 sermon, John Piper, pastor of preaching at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota concisely answers … Continued
“God made humankind to be culture makers, and it matters hugely what kind of culture we create. Whatever our vocation, whatever domain we are called to, as Christians, our work is ultimately to create Kingdom culture: culture that reflects the … Continued
In this paper, Darrow Miller lays out a Biblical theology for sustainable agriculture and creation care. Originally published in the 2003 book Biblical Holism and Agriculture: Cultivating our Roots, David J. Evans, Ronald J. Vos and Keith P. Wright, ed. … Continued
In this article, Scott Allen shows how the Biblical concept of wholism holds the power to free us from a debilitating mental dualism and can enable us to enjoy embodied human life in all its wonder. It liberates us to … Continued
Wholistic ministry is a seamless combination of preaching, teaching and healing—substantial healing in every area where brokenness exists as a result of the Fall.
James Davidson Hunter, Professor of Sociology and Religious Studies, and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia examines some essential elements for cultural transformation.
Scott Allen and Darrow Miller put forward a call for evangelical missions and Christian relief and development to reunite around a common vision for Kingdom transformation. However, to realize this vision, it will be necessary to recover and build upon … Continued
In this article, Disciple Nations Alliance co-founder Bob Moffitt explores the concept of transformational ministry and the central role of the church in the healing of communities and nations. Published by Evangelical Missions Quarterly in 2006.
This is an important revised and expanded edition of the late Ralph Winter’s 2007 article “The Future of Evangelicals in Mission.” In this article, Winter looks back over 200 years of missions history and traces the decline and rebirth of … Continued