In this issue on Regional Research in International Development, we have included articles representing analysis of specific global regions that have seen transformation of lives within the kingdom framework, practical proposals with thoughtful reflection on cultural context for specific global regions that are in need of development, and case studies of cross-cultural ministries and organizations working toward international development within specific regions.
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By Mark Mihalyov, WCIU MA Student
The rise of radical Islamic terrorism has destroyed communities and displaced millions of people. These people are now cut off from that which is familiar and formed the fabric and foundation of society for them. Their entrance into the world of other cultures has brought a significant measure of (misplaced?) fear and hysteria. Ironically, the “Christian” culture they are now exposed to is in many ways reminiscent of that of the middle ages; more focused on forms and traditions than on power and passion for missionary service.Read Now