LTJ special themed issue: Cross-Cultural Ministry - accessible to all
Following the success of the August 2020 issue of the Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ) on what a post-pandemic church may look like, this year the journal’s editorial team produced another themed edition, which is out now and available for all to read as an e-resouce. This edition is a special on cross-cultural ministry and church life in Australasia. It features, along with a review of Meredith Lake’s book The Bible in Australia, 24 opinion pieces by church workers from both Australia and New Zealand, who responded to the call for contributions on the overarching theme ‘Developing a multicultural mindset for the LCANZ—from a European migrant church to…’ What those personal reflections unearth is that there is an eagerness to address the opportunities and challenges arising from the changing face of Lutheran churches, schools and other agencies across Australasia.
This issue is of relevance to the whole church and demonstrates that LTJ continues to serve the LCANZ by offering a space where its workers can present a range of views that generate engagement with one another in respectful dialogue.
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