We pursue interdisciplinary research and focus on issues related to Christian missions.
We publish the Asian Missions Advance quarterly in English and the Asian Journal of Mission Research in both English and Korean.
We alternate hosting the DCMI forum for our researchers and the Mission Leaders’ Summit for the leaders of missionary organizations in Korea every other year.
We offer educational seminars that focus on continuing missionary education and leadership development with new insights and practical skills.
We consult churches and mission organizations with new understanding and knowledges of the changing world and missions for effective participation in the mission of God.
We connect church and mission leaders to one another through participation of the Asia Missions Association and the Asian Society of Missiology.
DCMI is an evangelical, international, and interdenominational research institute for Asian missions.
David Cho Missiological Institute
David Cho Missiological institute(DCMI) was founded to commemorate and study a great advocate leadership of Dr. David J. Cho and research on his development of missionary movement in the Non-Western world.
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We do missiological research by interdisciplinary approach. We publish articles, bulletins, journals, books. We offer consultation, seminars, forum, and others.
We have more than 60 prominent Asian researchers. They are inspirational people, translating their research into the writing and teaching that will motivate and inspire the church to participate in the mission of God.
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