Friday, July 20, 2012

ICMUSA Web Up and Running

ICM USA has a new web face!  After weeks of work we have launched our new web site.  Phase one, getting it up and running has been completed.  Phase Two is to correct all the things that do no work or is not accurate.  Phase Three is to build it out with the information need to make it a great place to find out about ICM and about what God is doing in Africa!  Check it out and let me know what you think:

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Orality Conference

Missions is becoming more effective among the non-literate populations of the world. This is largely due to a breakthrough in how we disciple new believers and train leaders for churches that are mainly located in populations that cannot read.  The movement is known as Orality, but it goes far beyond a discussion of literacy and non literacy.  At a recent meeting at Wheaton College  theological educators joined with leaders of the Orality movement to discuss how then move can be better represented in Theological Education.  Part of the answer that was reached is an understanding that Orality has surfaced a more effective way to disciple leaders through understanding how primary learning takes place.  Currently I am working on a paper to describe a new theory, Primary Learning, as a means to be more effective in discipling believers regardless of their literacy.

Darryl Bowe, one of the ICM/ATS participants wrote up a report.  It is only two pages but it gives a more thorough idea of the conference and our participate:  Read the Report


Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Summer Newsletter

Be the first to read the ICM Summer Newsletter.  Synergy is more than the sum of the parts.  Read how synergy is key to ICM's work in Africa.  Africa is changing.  It is becoming something more than anyone thought possible.  Africa is Rising!

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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Teach in Kenya

International Christian Ministries has a seminary called Africa Theological Seminary (ATS).  It is foundational to our goal of discipling and training leaders in Africa.  The following is an overview of what teaching at the seminary is like.  At the end of the article is a list of courses.  We are always looking for good teachers who can teach their subject but more importantly connect with the pastors and leaders in the program.  These men and women have churches and ministries that represent thousands of people.  Your impact on those learning will be multiplied a hundred fold.

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