This study investigates the concept of Partnership in Mission (PIM) from a historical
perspective and evaluates its appropriateness as a current model for mission. The
origin and definition of the term, the historical development of PIM in the World
Mission Council (WMC) of the Church of Scotland (CoS) and its predecessors are
considered. The period under review can be said to begin with the twentieth century
missionary movement and the 1910 Edinburgh conference of the International
Missionary Council [IMC] and continue until the present time, although the main focus
will be on the World Mission Council during the period 1997–2006.
Niemandt, Cornelius Johannes Petrus (Nelus)(Unisa Press, 2010-11)
This article explores insights into the emerging missional ecclesiology of twelve congregations collaborating in the South African Partnership for Missional Churches (SAPMC). A brief description of the vision, the understanding ...
This article focuses on three matters pertaining to the conversation of missional churches.
Firstly, it looks at the impact of missional awareness in South Africa and Africa. Here the article
explores what is meant by ...
Smither, Edward L.(University of Pretoria, 2011-06-15)
The aim of this work is to tell part of the story of the Brazilian evangelical missions movement by focusing on the work and Brazilian evangelical transcultural workers serving in mission in the context of the Arab-Muslim ...