Association Internationale d'Études Missionnaires Asociación Internacional de Estudios de la Misión
IAMS is an international inter-confessional and interdisciplinary professional society
for the scholarly study of Christian witness and its impact in the world, with
over 500 individual and corporate members around the world.
The journal Mission Studies is published twice a year. International conferences are held every 3 to 4 years. Share our vision for a better understanding of Christian mission in different times, cultures and historical circumstances.
12th IAMS International Conference: BALATONFÜRED 2008
The International Association for Mission Studies (IAMS) held its 12th Quadrennial Conference from August 16-23, 2008 at Balatonfüred, Hungary, at the shores of Lake Balaton. Theme of this Conference was: Human Identity and the Gospel of Reconciliation. Agenda for Mission Studies and Praxis in the 21st Century. For a photo impression click here. For more information about this Conference click here.
Call for papers. Conference Prolonging Life, Challenging Religion? ARVs, New Moralities and the Politics of Social Justiceat the Justo Mwale College, Lusaka, Zambia, 15-18 April, 2009. Abstracts should be submitted by 30 August 2008 to Marian Burchardt: Marian.Burchardt@gmx.de.
Lectures. Professor Andrew Wall Lecture Serries: Bible Translation and Scripture Use in History, 16-20 March, 2009. Hoslyes Green, High Wycombe, Engeland, UK. Registration: email@example.com. Information.
Conference. World Wide Scripture Engagement Consultation. Hearts Burning: Exploring Scripture Engagement for the 21st Century.This conference focuses on sharing grass-roots experiences of helping people in minority and majority communities engage with Scripture and reflecting on those experiences to identify factors that lead to meaningful encounter. 4- 9 October, 2009 in Malaysia. Sponsor: Forum of Bible Agencies International. Registration and information. E-mail: Harriet_Hill@sil.org
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