Voices from Africa: Transforming Mission in a Context of Marginalization : an Anthology
Voices from Africa is written entirely by Africans and includes a series of vision statements from a number of Africa's Anglican leaders, including Archbishop Donald Mtetemela, Archbishop of Tanzania and Archbishop Njongonkulu of Cape Town, South Africa (Desmond Tutu's successor) as well as specially commissioned articles on issues such as the challenge of Islam, poverty, reconciliation and HIV and Aids. It also includes insights from women, children and refugees who reflect on their experience of marginalization. Voices from Africa seeks to engage with and learn from the experiences of the African Churches and challenges the reader to explore their own understanding of mission in the light of what we hear from Africa.
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The drumbeat of life
What is the African vision for evangelism and mission?
Crossing the river into the third millennium
The face on the floor experience
A Nigerian reflects on the Church of England
Concerns of the Church in Africa with special
A cry from West Africa
Reflection by Margaret Withers
the challenge and perils of dialogue
The day of the Lord is coming
Voices from Africa bridging the Continents
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