Postmission: World Mission a Postmodern Generation by Richard Tiplady

ISBN: 9781842271650

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Postmission: World Mission  by  a Postmodern Generation by Richard Tiplady

Postmission: World Mission by a Postmodern Generation by Richard Tiplady
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The label Generation X has been applied to those born since the early/mid 1960s and by their attitudes and outlook. This generation has shown itself to be the first influenced by post-modernity rather than modernity. Anecdotal evidence of theMoreThe label Generation X has been applied to those born since the early/mid 1960s and by their attitudes and outlook.

This generation has shown itself to be the first influenced by post-modernity rather than modernity. Anecdotal evidence of the personal experience of Xers shows that they do not find it easy to fit into the culture and structures of much of the contemporary Western church, especially in its organizational forms such as mission agencies. If Generation Xers do world mission their way, what would it look like? Are new strategies, structures and methodologies needed or can the existing structures be changed to allow the Xer worldview to exist alongside others?

Looking at how the Generation Xers view mission, this book provides ideas and models for systematic organizational culture change as we seek to do postmission by a postmodern generation. Contributions come from England, Ireland, New Zealand and the US.



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