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Chapter 5, Discovering Missions

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1 Cooperative relationship of shared responsibility
5 What good identification can lead to
7 A reciprocal relationship of interdependence and sharing that benefits the whole
8 Exchanges between peoples who see themselves as equals
9 Clothing the essentials of the gospel, including the church, in the forms of a culture so that insiders do not see the gospel or the church as foreign imports
10 The missionary whose adoption of the Burmese coffeehouse as an evangelistic meeting place was a contextualization breakthrough
 
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2 Belief that daily life is an interaction with supernatural spirits that can be manipulated
3 Assuming the characteristics of others in order to create a bond; one of the characteristics of mission that grounds it in the divine Trinity
4 A missionary to India who gave her life to rescuing children from temple prostitution
6 The author of Bridges of God who argued that the subcultures created by mission compounds made those compounds counterproductive

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Based on material in book Discovering Missions by Charles Gailey and Howard Culbertson, published by Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City

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