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Global Interdependent Ministry Partnerships in the Russian Context

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In proposing "Global Interdependent Ministry Partnership," four elements in relation to the Russian context are identified: First, a description of the effects of globalization; Second, observations on how globalization has led to interdependent partnerships; Third, a theory of global interdependent ministry partnerships; and fourth, conclusions on the generalizability of this theory for the world in which we now live.

Global interdependent ministry partnerships put the national church in the driver's seat. Too often the nationals of any given country are in the back seat from the outset, which leads to dependency and great difficulty in turning the wheel over to the national. With global interdependent ministry partnerships the national church calls the shots from the beginning; they choose to invite or not invite foreign missionaries to partner with them.


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