Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission (OJIM)

The Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission (OJIM) is a popular and easy-to-read journal published quarterly by St Pauls Slough – the designated intercultural mission resourcing hub in the Diocese of Oxford.

OJIM aims to provide a forum for bloggers, church planters, students, leaders, teachers, and preachers to share experiences, expertise, research, and intercultural mission tools to inspire a movement and growth of intercultural worshipping communities within Anglican churches.

Read more in the current issue.

Issue 1:
Perspectives on Intercultural Mission

In this issue…

Timothy Wambunya – Introduction by the Editor

Naomi Hill – A Biblical Perspective on Intercultural Leaders

John Root – A New Testament Perspective on the Challenges and Opportunities for Inter-cultural Mission

Jessie Tang – Corporate Worship Expressed Interculturally

Francis Omondi – Intercultural (Multi-ethnic) Churches: A Biblical Model

Peter Oyugi – Learning to Serve Well in Intercultural Mission Partnerships

Jem Hovil – Intercultural Church and the Bible: Essential or Peripheral?

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