Resources from our staff
Not all cultures view the Gospel in the same way. The Global Gospel describes how the honor/shame dynamics common to the Bible and many Majority World societies can be used to contextualize the gospel so it will be more widely received.
Jackson Wu argues that some traditional East Asian cultural values are closer to those of the first-century biblical world than Western cultural values, which can have a profound impact on how we communicate the gospel.
Honor, Shame, and the Gospel provides valuable resources to impact the ministry efforts of the church, locally and globally. Linked with its ancient honor-shame cultural roots, the gospel, paradoxically, is ever new-offering fresh wisdom to Christian leaders and optimism to the church for our quest to expand Christ's kingdom and serve the worldwide mission of God.
In One Gospel for All Nations, Jackson Wu demonstrates a gospel pattern that is both firm and flexible. He makes the case that we need not choose between the Bible and culture; proper interpretation can be applied anywhere.
Operation WorldView introduces the Biblical, Historical, Cultural, and Strategic aspects of world missions. It’s perfect for small groups, church-wide studies, Sunday School classes, Christian schools, and home-schoolers.
This pocket-size booklet tells the Good News of Jesus Christ through what is commonly known as “The Story of the Prodigal Son.” With this booklet, you can easily help people find hope, salvation, and honor in following Jesus Christ. It is also available for purchase in Spanish and Arabic.