Mission and Dialogue
In 1910, Edinburgh was the venue for the historic World Missionary Conference. This was a gathering which caught an epoch-making vision of the church as a truly global missionary community. As the centenary of this event approaches, it is time to reflect on its significance in the light of the experience of the past hundred years and the realities of Christian Mission in the 21st century. Follow this reflection and read about evants and papers here.
Fulanis - the nomads of West and Central Africa
The Fulanis are the largest nomadic people in Africa. You meet them on the Savanna from Senegal to Sudan. Some Fulanis became Muslims a thousand years ago, and today they are considered to be a Muslim people. During the latest decateds a number of Fulanis have become Christians. Read more.