Southwest Region

EMS 2022 Theme - Reconciliation: God's Mission through Missions for All
2022 SOUTHWEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE

Reconciliation: God's mission through missions for all

April 2, 2022 from 8am to 3pm

Nightlight Christian Adoptions
1528 Brookhollow Dr, Unit 100, Santa Ana, CA 92705


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Time

Room

Presenter

Title

Affiliation

8:30-8:35

Room 1 (plenary)

Ken Nehrbass

Welcome

EMS Southwest Regional VP

8:35-9:15

Room 1 (plenary)

Damon Horton

Conciliación:  Applying Misión Integral to the Conversation on Racial Reconciliation in America.

Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies; chair- California Baptist University

9:20-9:45

Room 1

Chris Gankon

Mission and Politics as the bedrock for Reconciliation: Focusing on Nigeria.

Ph.D. Student (CSIS), Biola University

9:20-9:45

Room 2

Don Dent

“Becoming ‘the least of these’ To Reconcile All the Nations”

Professor of Global Missions at Gateway Seminary

 

9:50-10:15

Room 1

Ryan Klejment-Lavin

“Evil: A North Korean Christian Refugee perspective” 

 

9:50-10:15

Room 2

Carola Manriquez

“A model of repentance and principles for teaching repentance in any cultural setting”

 

10:30-10:55

Room 1

David Dunaetz

“How Does Social Identity Research Inform Evangelical Missions?”

Associate Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology, Azusa Pacific University

10:30-10:55

Room 2

Ted Proffitt 

“A systematic theology of mission and incorporating mission(s) into systematic theology”

Joshua Project

11:00-11:25

Room 1

Rudolf Mak and Enoch Wong

Our Response to the Call of Mission as Reconciliation with Missio Dei – A Comparison and Contrast of Approach in the Last Generation and the Current Generation”

 

11:00-11:25

Room 2

Dave Datema

Ebony and Ivory Work Together in Perfect Harmony?”: A 19th Century Case Study of Black/White Cooperation on the Mission Field 

Missiology Catalyst, Frontier Ventures; PhD Candidate, Fuller Theological

11:30-11:55

Room 1

Richard Cook

“Spiritual Preparation of Evangelical Missionaries: 1900 to the Present”

 

11:30-11:55

Room 2

Alan McMahan

“Multi-ethnic Churches as a Leading-Edge Agent for Promoting Racial Reconciliation and Missional Advance” 

Professor of Intercultural Studies, Biola University

12:45-1:10

Room 1

Néhémie Kasereka

“The Majority World and the West: Stories reflecting greater global community and collaboration in reconciliation missions”

 Ph.D. Student at the Cook School of Intercultural Studies(ICS), Biola University

12:45-1:10

Room 2

Leofin Blanco

 How “Diaspora Missionaries” in HK Touched the Conduct of their Overbearing Bosses

ThM in missions and evangelism from TEDS

1:15-1:35

Room 1

Chris Chen

“The Pneumatology of John Sung: A Case Study in Early Twentieth Century Chinese Revivalism”

ThM student at  Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

1:15-1:35

Room 2

Kristin Caynor

“’But What if the World Were a Garden?’ An Intercultural Hermeneutic for Peace and Glory in a World of Shame-Fueled Violence”

Global Worker and Theologian at Live Global, Research Contributor at Mission One, and PhD candidate at Trinity College Bristol

1:40-2:00

Room 1

Juno Wang 

“Calling Chinese Diaspora Churches for Glocal Missions to All”

Ministry Associate of Community Vision International

1:40-2:00

Room 2

Lindsey Huang

“Foreigner Grace”: How Differential Treatment Shapes the Experiences of U.S. Asian American Religious Cross-Cultural Workers and Affects Team Dynamics

Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies at Biola University

2:05-2:30

Room 1

Jackson Wu

How Leviticus Informs the Church’s Mission of Reconciliation

 

Theologian-in-Residence | Mission ONE

2:05-2:30

Room 2

Zachariah Chinne

The church as hermeneutic of the gospel: Lesslie Newbigin’s ecclesiology and eschatological vision of human history as the basis for racial reconciliation in the here and now.

PhD  ICS (Biola University) and president/CEO of Erabhon. Pastor in ECWA.

2:35-3pm

Room 1

Elke Speliopoulos

A home for the “wandering Aramean”- in Germany?

PhD student at Columbia International University

 

Regional Vice President

Kenneth Nehrbass

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