TOKYO 2010 GLOBAL MISSION CONSULTATION
New Models in Missionary Sending Led by: Timothy Olonade
In this workshop we will explore and engage with salient issues that have helped the Global South to advance its portion in world evangelization. We will interact with each other to learn of outstanding practices from around the world. We will focus on the following: a) Examining the reality of Non western mission phenomenon. b) Discovering the peculiarities of non western missionaries going global. c) What does ‘sending’ mean from everywhere to everyone? d) Models, methods and mechanics of global south sending. e) Building bridge of internationalization for international team. f) e West, the Rest and the Best!
Re-evangelizing and Discipling the Post-Christian World Led by: Daniel Chae
e decline of Christianity in the West and the secularization of the vast majority of European peoples
represents one of the greatest setbacks in the history of the Great Commission. Will the growing movement of indigenous churches in the non-Western world come to the rescue? e fact that this workshop is being led by a non-Westerner is a hopeful sign! Daniel Chae will share the challenge and the hope of what God is doing to re-introduce the European peoples to the gospel.
e Relationship between Shintoism and Judaism
Led by: Koji Soma
Historian and Bible scholar Koji Soma will show how ancient Japanese culture and Shinto tradition is anchored in the same foundation as the monotheistic Judaism of the Bible. Koji will demonstrate why a rediscovery of this holds great promise for winning the hearts and minds of Japanese for Christ.
Women in Missions: eir Role in Discipleship Led by: Barbara Winter, Annie Abraham and Mary Hupp
is workshop will include such topics as the Biblical basis for women in ministry, ways to empower
women in ministry, and their role in discipling the 4/14 window as well as other women. Interactive sharing by all participants engaged in cross-cultural discipleship will be encouraged. Annie has com- pleted 14 blessed years of ministry with women and children in North India. Barbara is the wife of the late Dr. Ralph Winter, founder of the U.S. Center for World Mission and the Frontier Mission Fellowship. Mary and her husband, David, directed the Mission to Unreached Peoples for 12 years, having formerly served as missionaries in Taiwan for 9 years. Both Mary and Barbara have served on the Tokyo 2010 Planning Committee.