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Rethinking Global Mission - Faith Today Cover Story

By Julie Fitz-Gerald

As political unrest, environmental crises, famine and warfare fuel the movement of people around the globe, the line between local and global missions is blurring. Some Canadian church leaders feel that line may even become extinct – presenting both incredible opportunities for spreading the gospel and unique challenges as well.

You could say the traditional mission model of "the West to the rest" has been turned on its head – and many Canadian mission groups agree.

The western hemisphere of the Blue Marble, created in 2002. Credit: NASA's Earth Observatory


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