Woodbridge Conference – Discussion 3
Enjoy a question and answer session with presenters Daniel Salinas, Richard Cook, and Tite Tiénou. The subject matter primarily covers issues surrounding evangelical missionary efforts from the twentieth- and twenty-first-century majority world.
“We do not wrestle primarily against flesh and blood, and yet most of our cultures assume that is what our struggle is against. So I do think that multicultural teams, while they have problems, are the ideal way to minister.” – James Plueddemann
“God calls people and thrusts them wherever he pleases, and God does not necessarily think geography or even personal location.” – Tite Tiénou
“The call of the cross-cultural missionary is to be about the integrity of the gospel, the clarity of the gospel, and the promotion of God’s Church.” – Tite Tiénou
“If money from the outside (of Africa) prevents people from doing what God enables them to do out of their own poverty, then it is a problem.” – Tite Tiénou