Blog Entries on Honor
More Help in Understanding Contextualization
More on a new resource about contextualization, honor, and shame from Jackson Wu.
Contextualization—a Training Tool
A new resource on contextualization, honor, and shame from Jackson Wu.
3 Questions: Honor, Shame, and the Gospel
A ChinaSource 3 Questions interview with Werner Mischke, author of The Global Gospel: Achieving Missional Impact in Our Multicultural World and coordinator for “Honor, Shame and the Gospel: Reframing Our Message for 21st Century Ministry,” to be held June 19-21 in Wheaton, Illinois.
What Color Are You?
There are numerous models of cultural differences out there. The good folks at Global Mapping International (GMI) have put together a helpful infographic highlighting three primarily cultural orientations as depicted by the three primary colors.
5 Resources on Honor and Shame
In many ways our worldview can be thought of as our operating system—the way in which we process and organize information and make sense of the world. For westerners, our worldview is built on legal frameworks such as guilt and innocence; however, most non-western cultures process the world based on...