Jun
4

Apostolic Missionaries and the Urban Contexts

written by JD

Over this past week, I have posted about issues related to urban missions.  While I hope to do more in the future, I wanted to conclude this series by addressing a matter that I believe is a critical missing link to urban missions today, particularly in western contexts.  This issue is the missing element of […]

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Jun
2

Least Evangelical U.S. Metro Areas

written by JD

Where are the least reached cities in the United States?  The answer to this question is that it seems to depend on to whom you are speaking.  What I have found to be the case is that anyone serving in an urban context believes his or her city is the most unreached.  Now, while I […]

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Jan
27

Reflections #3: We Must Not Stop With Knowing the Facts

written by JD

We now come to the final post related to my reflections on the report of evangelical concentrations in the U.S. and Canada.   I wish to wrap up this series with a word of caution and suggestion for our next steps. Caution: The Dangers of Research I believe it was Dayton and Fraser (Planning Strategies for […]

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Jan
14

From 35,000 to 15,000 Feet: Evangelical Statistics in the U.S. and Canada

written by JD

Here is the study I just completed related to the concentrations of Evangelicals in the U. S. and Canada.  You need BOTH the report and the PowerPoint presentation. WHY THIS STUDY? The Spirit uses good research to guide missionary strategy To show the need for up-to-date studies and call Evangelicals to conduct better research (the best data is […]

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