From ghetto to communitas: Post-Soviet youth ministry and leadership on a pilgrimage to Emmaus

in Journal of Youth and Theology
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This article explores the ecclesiological and missiological context of post-soviet Estonia. Drawing from the perspective of the evangelical church in this nation, the author proposes a paradigm and perception shift is required to help the church re-imagine its future as a missional communitas. This discussion makes use of sociological and missiological notions of liminality to present a vision for a church that embraces the transitional nature of contemporary society and in particular the uncertain futures of nations such as Estonia. Having discussed these issues, the author presents three pen portraits of visions for the church and youth ministry in this context.

From ghetto to communitas: Post-Soviet youth ministry and leadership on a pilgrimage to Emmaus

in Journal of Youth and Theology

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