This seminar, held Monday, September 24, 2018 through Friday, September 28, 2018, by Dr. Whiteman will look at the real problems of crossing cultural boundaries with the Gospel. To understand better the source of these problems and develop approaches to overcome them, the Seminar will focus on the concept of culture, the challenge of distinguishing the Gospel from North American values, and understanding how conversion must relate to people’s worldviews. Cosponsored by Franciscan Missionaries of Mary & TMS Global
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Darrell Whiteman is a missiological anthropologist, passionate about helping people in diverse cultures connect the Gospel and biblical values to the deepest part of their worldview. His training in “Crossing Cultural Barriers with the Gospel” has taken him to 78 countries and the training of thousands of missionaries and church workers. After serving as a United Methodist missionary in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands (1979-1984) he was professor of anthropology and mission and later dean of the E. Stanley Jones School of World Mission and Evangelism at Asbury Theological Seminary for 21 years, and Vice President and Resident Missiologist at The Mission Society in Atlanta, Georgia for nine years. He recently served as the interim executive director of the Overseas Ministries Study Center in New Haven, and adjunct professor at Yale Divinity School. He presently serves as the director of Global Development, an international non-profit ministry.
He served on the board of trustee of the American Bible Society for 27 years, and the Overseas Ministries Study Center for nine. He is the past president of the American Society of Missiology and the International Association for Mission Studies. He has authored or edited five books, including World Mission in the Wesleyan Spirit.
He lives in Gig Harbor, Washington with his wife Laurie of 47 years.