A Cause for Satisfaction by David Godzwa, Missionary to Mexico and ACLAME Chairperson I couldn’t help but smile as over 350 educators, missionaries and Mexicans alike, descended on Cancun for the “Cumbre Educativa 2013: Formación Ministerial Transgeneracional (Educational Summit 2013: Transgenerational Ministry Formation).” It took a coordinated international effort that […]
By Richard Nicholson, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean 2 Corinthians 10:4-6 (NIV): 4 The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. 5 We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against […]
Gilbert and Virginia Contreras are AGWM missionaries to Argentina. Their vision is to reach, equip, train and empower tomorrow´s church leaders to obey the Great Commission. They equip the future generation of Argentine pastors and thus mobilize the national church to take seriously the command of Jesus of making disciples […]
ACLAME and the Challenge of Majority World Missions by DeLonn Rance In 1968 David Kensinger, missionary to Costa Rica, challenged his North American colleagues arguing that to fully plant a New Testament church following the indigenous principles, the ultimate objective had to be to plant a national church which […]
By Rod Boyd, Coordinator for SEC (Servicio de Educación Cristiana) for Spanish-speaking Latin America and Director of the Resource and Advisory Center in Panama. I just finished teaching the ISUM two-week intensive course on Principles of Administration to a group of 28 pastors and ministry leaders in Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Most of […]
Teachers spend many hours planning lessons for the classroom. They make outlines, note main points and construct their lectures to be sure they “tell” the students all the important information assuming that the students will diligently take notes and learn the material. To determine if the students learn the material the teachers plan well written examinations. So what? After the exam what then? What becomes of the learning? Will the students remember the material? Should the students remember the material? What was the purpose for teaching? Whoever thinks about after the class—what then?
If you are like me, you love a good book. Not only that, you probably enjoy recommending good books to others. Let me do just that for you today. Tim Elmore has written an excellent work called “Artificial Maturity”, a book dedicated to assisting educational leaders in understanding the challenges […]
AGWM Missionaries from the Latin America/ Caribbean region will be meeting together for the 2013 ACLAME Summit. The ACLAME Leadership Team invites you to attend! ACLAME, the Association of Caribbean and Latin American Missionary Educators, exists to connect and encourage LA/C missionaries as they disciple, teach, mentor and train others […]