Jackson Wu

Mission ONE Theologian-in-Residence

Jackson Wu is one of the world’s experts on the subject of honor, shame, and the gospel. He and his family lived in China for 15 years before joining our team in 2019. He received a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He belongs to the steering committee of the Asian/Asian-American Theology Consultation for the Evangelical Theological Society. Jackson is the author of three books: Saving God’s Face, One Gospel for All Nations, and Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes.

In addition to the thoughts he shares on the Mission ONE Blog, Jackson Wu is a regular contributor on Patheos.com

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Candid Shot in Bamako, Mali. Showing local African ethnicity people in an image concept.

Mission ONE envisions a world where every community is transformed for the glory of God and the honor of all peoples. Through the Global Church, we provide creative solutions, training, and support to help strengthen communities and bring hope to people in the hardest places. Working globally, with national and indigenous leaders, together we are making communities more like the Kingdom of God.

Mission ONE addresses a variety of problems from unemployment and unclean water to faithlessness and poor theology. Learn more about our work.


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The Promises of God is a guide to assist you in sharing the gospel or facilitating a discussion with a group. Jackson Wu, Theologian in Residence at Mission ONE, has created both a clear presentation of the gospel as well as a companion document to better prepare you in whatever way you choose to use these tools.

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