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CWMCouncil for World Mission (UK)
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CWMCatholic Worker Movement
CWMChild Welfare Manual (Missouri)
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CWMCrystal World Manufacture Co., Ltd. (China)
CWMChat with Me
CWMCenter for World Missions (Searcy, AR)
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CWMCovenant World Mission
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Explorations in Evangelism is a process of regional meetings initiated by the World Council of Churches (WCC), co-organized between the Evangelism Programme of WCC and the Council for World Mission (CWM).
Preman Niles, who held leadership positions in the CCA and was later general secretary of the Council for World Mission, contains chapters with titles such as "Christian Mission Today: Reexamining Some Assumptions" and "Christian Mission Today: Exploring an Alternate Paradigm"--pointing to the need to rethink mission entirely in the context of religious plurality.
Rod Pattenden writes from Australia: This is an invitation to artists to submit digital images of art works for a book publication by the Council for World Mission Singapore.
The World Council of Churches, World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the Council for World Mission issued a statement calling the slave trade an "African holocaust" and called upon churches, governments and businesses "that were unjustly enriched by the slave trade not only to repent but to demonstrate fruits of that repentance."
Church, Council for World Mission, United Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Methodist Mission Society, and Church Mission Society.
Aspects of this resonate well with a mission organization like the Council for World Mission because the implications send us to the local congregation as the locus for mission formation.
Dr Moiseraele Prince Dibeela was appointed moderator of the Council for World Mission Trustee Body.
The largest collection, that of the Council for World Mission (CWM), is also the most detailed in its original organization.
The new affirmation on mission and evangelism of WCC, Together towards Life: Mission and Evangelism in Changing Landscapes, highlights the urgency facing the church to "renew its methods of evangelism to communicate the good news with persuasion, inspiration, and conviction." To this end, a series of "Explorations in Evangelism" was launched by the World Council of Churches, in co-operation with the Council for World Mission (CWM), with the first one taking place in Sydney, Australia, in September 2015.
The author earlier taught missiology at the Ambatonakanga Faculty of Theology in Antananarivo, Madagascar, and is currently secretary for mission development and education of the Council for World Mission, London.
The author draws on the Council for World Mission's work promoting the development of missional congregations as life-affirming communities and its statement identifying six conversation threads (the absence of God; secularism; issues of identity; how we affirm life; the sources we use to shape and nurture our faith; and how we overcome fear and violence in our societies and in the world) that need to be developed on Christian witness in a pluralist world.
The participants in Driebergen are grateful to Faith and Order for all the commission has done to make this Seventh Consultation of United and Uniting Churches such a significant event, and wish also to record our thanks to the Council for World Mission for their encouragement and generous financial support.
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