#133: Terry Casiño – People movements around the world, and the future of Christianity – Podcast
Terry Casiño – People movements around the world, and the future of Christianity
Terry Casiño and Graham Hill talk about people movements around the world, diaspora missiology, and the future of world Christianity. The Global Church Project podcast episode #133.
Terry Casiño teaches at Gardner-Webb University, especially in the areas of Missions and Evangelization, Gospel Across Cultures, Introduction to Islam, and Urban Missiology. He is the author of numerous journal articles and the editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Intercultural Studies. Terry Casiño’s areas of research interest include the global diaspora, the history of mission movements in Asia, and world religions.
Terry Casiño is an internationally renowned scholar and teaches across Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. Terry has served as a pastor of churches in South Korea, the United States, and the Philippines. He is also the Regional Chair of the Lausanne Movement. Terry is a native of the Philippines, but resided in Seoul, South Korea, for almost 10 years. He now lives in the United States, and speaks and teaches about missions globally.
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- Healing Our Broken Humanity
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