Origins of World Mission

World Mission Lecture Series

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Sermon on Isaiah 19: 16-24
Martin Paterson (OMF)

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The Origins of Modern Mission
John Ross

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Mission in the Twentieth Century
John Ross

The first World Mission Lecture Series at ETS focussed on the topic ‘The Origins of Christian Mission”. 

To begin the day, Martin Paterson (OMF) preached an excellent sermon from Isaiah 19. This was followed by two interesting and challenging talks by Dr John Ross on ‘The Origins of Modern Mission’ and ‘Mission in the Twentieth Century’.

Finally, there was a time of prayer, where those present split into small groups and prayed together for mission in local, national, and international contexts.

While the World Mission Days are primarily directed towards the ETS staff and student body, we encourage interested friends to join us, and particularly those who are, or have been, involved in various forms of mission. Please get in touch with us by emailing [email protected] or by using the form below if you hope to attend so that we can ensure that there is sufficient space.

To find out more about World Mission Days, click here.

ETS holds four World Mission Days within the academic session. These days, two per semester, are set aside to hear God’s word, explore issues in mission, and spend time in prayer together as staff, students and interested friends. If you are involved in mission and would like to join us, simply sign up for more information via the link below.

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