The ever-prolific Bob Sluka has strayed slightly from the comfort of his ocean work with A Rocha International to explore environmental missions from a new angle. Here is his summary of his recently published article in the International Journal of Frontier Missions:
The article is trying to articulate how creation care enhances Frontier
Missions as currently defined, but also tries to suggest that the
current definition is inadequate as it focuses only on people and not
also on place. To have a full, Kingdom-minded, integral definition of
Frontier Missions, we need to not only think about humans, but the wider
social and environmental contexts, which puts creation not serving,
but being served….
Bob says, “Let’s see what people think.” So, what do you think?
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Thank you for this article that articulates a holistic gospel. I love the imagery of a symphony orchestra, which is creation exalting its Creator. Perhaps humankind is the lead violin. God himself of course is the conductor.