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RTs tick all the boxes!

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Posted by Justin Schroeder on

Reflections of the Kiev Round Table from Justin, living and working for the gospel in Macedonia. RTs tick all the boxes! With the next Radstock Round Table (RT) only four weeks away---and my kids out of the house for a couple hours!---I was inspired to reflect on my experience at the ...

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Tags: albania, kiev, partnership, round table

Mongolia and You!

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Background In 1979, Operation World listed Mongolia and Albania as the two most closed countries in the world. (There are now Radstock partner churches in both countries!) There were possibly only 4 believers in the whole of Mongolia at that time. Since the fall of communism in 1990 there are now ...

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Tags: mongolia, partnership, connect, pray

Cross Cultural Missions at Home

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

In God's providence, our church is located in an ethnically and economically diverse area. It wasn't that way when it was established in 1857, but the world has changed quite a bit since then. Now we have huge populations of recent Asian and Latin American immigrants all around us.   There ...

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Tags: cross cultural mission, partnership, hospitality

mission: partnership not independence

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Posted by Tim Chester on

In a previous post we looked at the importance of partnership between churches not dependence. We saw how in Galatians 1-2 Paul resisted any claims that the Gentile churches were unequal partners with the church in Jerusalem or under its authority. But what about 2:2? ‘I went there [to ...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, mission, partnership, balkans

mission: partnership not dependence

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Last month, together with some of our younger leaders, I spent a week in the Balkans with Brian Jose. Brian had many stories of people from the West turning up in the Balkans, expecting to ‘do’ mission for local churches. He asks them, ‘Would you let an Albanian take over your ...

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Tags: balkans, partnership, mission, cross-cultural mission

need a fresh take on global mission?

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Posted by Peter Walters on

Posted by Paul Williams Here are three links to challenge our approach to global mission, courtesy of our partners over @ The Crowded House Global Mission: it's local mission, everywhere more... Global Mission: partnership more... Global Mission: partnership in practice ...

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Tags: global mission, partnership, local mission everywhere

from a chinese church in the usa to kosova

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Posted by Brad Byrd on

Posted by Brad Byrd. What a wonderful picture of the body at work.  Imagine an immigrant Chinese congregation in the US sending out a caucasian guy to work with ethnic Albanians reaching Muslims in the Balkans. You couldn't have written a more comprehensive picture of God's plan for his ...

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Tags: matt barton, chinese, partnership, kosovo, kosova

multi-national mission in kosova

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Posted by Anthony Adams. One of the Radstock principles that we emphasise is that partnership in mission is best done when local communities of believers are cooperating together. In the context of a short-term mission team, it means that ministry is not in isolation, but is an integral part of ...

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Tags: kosova, kosovo, partnership

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