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VOS COMPÉTENCES : DES OUTILS DANS LES MAINS DE DIEU

Jane Banda, entraîneure de netball de Sports Friends, un ministère de SIM qui utilise le sport comme outil pour transformer des vies avec l’Évangile, est originaire du Malawi, où tant de chrétiens ne songeraient jamais à utiliser le sp...

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ADORER DIEU PAR NOS COMPÉTENCES

L’Eternel parla à Moïse en ces termes : Vois, je désigne Betsaléel, fils d’Ouri, descendant de Hour, de la tribu de Juda, et je l’ai rempli de l’Esprit de Dieu qui lui confère de l’habileté, de l’intelligence et de la compétence...

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Arts and spiritual attachment

 

Some people are sceptical about adopting local art forms for Christian purposes because they fear possession by or attacks from evil spirits. This is a legitimate concern.

 

Artistic forms or instruments ar...

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People Group: African youth in missions

Spoken word is a type of poetry that often focuses on social justice issues. It is also being utilized by young people to proclaim God’s missional message. Across Africa, young people are rising up to take the challenge, but we are also ...

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Jenga films impacts lives

John Karanja took four years studying for a bachelor’s degree only to realize he did not need one to become a filmmaker. The skills he needed were not taught in class, but learned in the streets through working with other people. Now, a decade l...

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Local music, local language, local impact

 

Africa Inland Mission (AIM) missionary Rosina Ferdinand and her coworkers wanted some Gospel songs for the newly-translated scripture portions in the Sakalava language, so they asked Ladis, founder of the local band, Groupe T...

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Ethnodoxolgy: every people’s praise

Ethnodoxology—what is that? It is a word that was created in 2019 to describe a new global movement which encourages all cultures to use their art forms to worship God. From the Greek words ethnos, which means nation, tribe, or ...

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The arts: a powerful communicator

Not long ago, it was uncommon to encounter missionaries whose calling was rooted in the arts. “Arts and mission have not always been the best friends” (Krabill 2023), * leaving the arts absent from the work of missionary societies and organiza...

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