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16 June 2016

The Micah Global publishing arm, "im:press", has published three books in our M-Series on Integral Mission Foundations.

The M-series are a collection of short, accessible papers and articles being developed in response to the need for clear, authoritative statements on key themes. They form a foundation of historical and current ideas that contribute to our understanding and practice of integral mission.

These valuable reference documents will aim to promote reflection, dialogue, articulation and united action on core ideas and issues that move us towards transforming mission.

The M-series are an essential resource for practitioners, theologians, students, leaders, and teachers.

The titles currently published in the M-Series are:

Integral Mission: Biblical Foundations by Melba Maggay

The idea of integral mission has risen from its Latin American origins to become a guiding star in the worldwide Body of Christ. But many are unsure of its biblical and theological foundations. In this series of four studies, Melba Maggay explores from a Filipino context the implications of classic Scripture passages for integral mission, and in particular their call to engage deeply in society and culture.

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Five Marks of Mission: making God's mission ours by Chris Wright

Using the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission as his framework, Chris Wright sets out the whole concern of God for the redemption and healing of the whole person. God’s mission is seen to go far beyond the traditional concerns of evangelism and church planting. It includes engagement in society in acts of compassion and struggles for justice, and a commitment to the care and renewal of God’s creation.

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Rethinking Shame and Honour, by Arley Loewen

In many cultures, preserving personal and family honour, and avoiding shame, are key social goals. But how should we receive or give honour when we become new people in Christ? How can we reconcile Kingdom living with these cultural traditions? This challenging study invites us to look afresh at the principles of shame and honour, and their application in our societies, in light of the new life in Christ.

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Further titles in this series are in the process of being prepared for publication.

For more information, contact publishing@micahnetwork.org.

If you are looking for more resources exploring integral mission, you can also order and download talks and presentations from our 6th Triennal Global Consultation in Peru here.