On 8-13 March 2018 the 14th Conference on World Mission and Evangelism took place in Arusha, Tanzania. As traditionally, it was organized by the Commission for World Mission and Evangelism (CWME) of the World Council of Churches (WCC). The conference was attended by more than a thousand delegates, advisors, and other visitors from Protestant, Orthodox, […]
Conversations on Theological Education, Church and Mission in the Balkan Contexts: Trends, Challenges and Needs.
One of the greatest challenges in global theological education is to keep the conversation going between Churches and theological schools how institutions for theological education and pastoral formation could better serve (Evangelical) churches to be relevant witnesses in their contexts. This is also a challenge for the Balkan contexts (Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, […]
This year`s Osijek Doctoral Colloquium (ODC) was all about studying in the light of conversations on various aspects of mission in our lives. Gathered for five weeks, our students and mentors had time to study, share, motivate, discuss, elaborate, research and investigate the ways PhD studies are related to the mission of God in Europe […]
On 20-21 April, the III International academic theological conference entitled «The Reformation: Humanity, Church, Society» took place at St. Petersburg Christian University (SPCU, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). The event was initiated by the Slavic Research and Research Center of the Euro-Asian Accreditation Association (E-AAA) and organized as part of a larger program commemorating the […]
A missiological conference dedicated to the issue of missio ecclisiare in the context of Central Asia has took place in Almaty, Kazakhstan March 2017, 28-30. The conference was organized by the Bible Institute Almaty (BIA). The event had gathered reflectional practitioners and missiologists from a variety of countries, which are in different levels involved in mission […]
The Slavic Bible Commentary (SBC) was launched in Kiev, Ukraine in October 2016. It is the third in a series of five ground-breaking one-volume commentaries, funded by Langham Partnership. It is the first ever Russian-language commentary, written by contemporary evangelical writers from Eastern Europe, which is designed for a wide range of readers, not just […]