A Hybrid World
Vendor: William Carey Library
Number of Pages: 256
Dimensions: 9.00 × 6.00 (inches)
People are on the move. As individuals and people groups are constantly migrating, the un-reached have become part of our communities. This reality provides local Christ-followers with the challenge and opportunity of navigating both the global diaspora and mixed ethnicities.
A Hybrid World is the product of a global consultation of church and mission leaders who discussed the implications of hybridity in the mission of God. The contributors draw from their collective experiences and perspectives, explore emerging concepts and initiatives, and ground them in authoritative Scripture for application to the challenges that hybridity presents to global missions.
This book honestly wrestles with the challenges of ethnic hybridity and ultimately encourages the global church to celebrate the opportunities that our sovereign and loving God provides for the world's scattered people to be gathered to himself.
Juliet Lee Uytanlet, PhD, teaches global missions and urban missions at the Biblical Seminary of the Philippines and ethnographic research methods at Asia Graduate School of Theology. She served as The Lausanne Movement Catalyst for Diasporas from 2016-2018.
Sadiri Joy Tira, DMin, DMiss, is Diaspora Missiology specialist at the Jaffray Centre for Global Initiatives at Ambrose University (Calgary) and blogger for Christianity Today-The Exchange with Ed Stetzer. He served as the Lausanne Movement Senior Associate/Catalyst for Diasporas from 2007-2019.