Marvin Newell1 “I know enough about Satan to realize that he will have all his weapons ready for determined opposition. He would be a missionary simpleton who expected plain sailing in any work of God.” -James O. Frase Globally, persecution against Christians has increased during the present coronavirus pandemic. After COVID-19 first emerged with a
Juno Wang1 INTRODUCTION In 2019, according to the United Nations, there were 272 million international migrants out of 7.7 billion global population, that is, one in every thirty people was a migrant.2 Today’s missions of using ways and means of accomplishing “the mission” which has been entrusted by the Triune God to the Church and
John Edmiston 1 The impact of COVID-19 on missions has been vast, and of course it varies widely from context to context. Lockdowns have been very severe in many nations, and not so much in others, and some modes of ministry are more deeply affected. Some of these impacts include: Church closures Poverty and social
Pervaiz Sultan 1 INTRODUCTIONThis article looks at COVID -19 in the context of Pakistan with its effects on general public, raising the challenge for Christians with regard to their calling to serve people around and proclaim the gospel of Christ. February 27th 2020 was the day when the first case of COVID-19 was reported in
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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