In his talk, Zane Pratt shares a theology of risk and demonstrates from Scripture how missions has always been dangerous. He goes on to provide three biblical realities that should shape our theology of risk: 1.) God is sovereign 2.) Suffering is normal 3.) Jesus is worth it.
Zane served as dean of the Billy Graham School at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary from 2011 until 2013, before returning to the IMB where he now serves as the Vice President of Training. He previously served 24 years in an Islamic context with the IMB as a church planter and regional leader in Central Asia. Pratt also has experience as a church planter and pastor in New England and as an Army Reserve chaplain. He is a co-author of Introduction to Global Missionsand a contributor to Theology and Practice of Mission, both published by B&H Academic. Zane holds a BA from Duke and an MDiv from Gordon-Conwell. He is married to Catherine with whom he has two grown children, Charlotte and Greg.
1 Corinthians-Jude: The Significance of the Church
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