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Author: Clemens Sedmak
The experience of displacement is shared by people who work internationally. The capacity to be displaced is a necessary strength and skill for people working across cultures, particularly for missionaries. In order to deal with the stressful nature of displacement people need to be resilient, resilience makes people flourish in adverse circumstances. This volume presents a specific type of resilience, namely “resilience nourished by inner sources.” Cultivating inner resilience draws on all the facets of a person’s interior life: thoughts and memories, hopes and desires, beliefs and convictions, concerns and emotions. The notion of inner strength and resilience from within is developed using many examples from missionaries and development workers as well as case studies from all over the world.
Author: Clemens Sedmak

The Capacity to be Displaced: Resilience, Mission, and Inner Strength Theology and Mission in World Christianity Edited by Kirsteen Kim (Leeds Trinity University, UK) Stephen B. Bevans (Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, USA) Miikka Ruokanen (University of Helsinki, Finland/ Nanjing Union

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Author: Clemens Sedmak

the capacity to be displaced. Self- regulatory mechanisms are inner processes which make up (or fail to make up) self-discipline, self-control and resistance to adversity. Resilience also benefits 57  Alessandra Pigni, Building resilience and preventing burnout among aid workers in Palestine: a

In: The Capacity to be Displaced: Resilience, Mission, and Inner Strength
Author: Clemens Sedmak

© koninklijke brill nv, leiden, ���7 | doi ��.��63/978900434�453_003 CHAPTER 1 The Capacity to be Displaced When Steve Reifenberg went to work in Chile as a young man he was enthusi- astic and ready to save the world, particularly the orphanage he had come to work in—but then found himself in

In: The Capacity to be Displaced: Resilience, Mission, and Inner Strength
Author: Clemens Sedmak

form inner self, nudge it onwards. Experiences are ‘deep’ in that they have a deep impact on the structure of our heart and soul and our capacity to be displaced, and help us to see the world around us as it truly is. Inner wealth is not a given; the Christian tradition provides a language and

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Author: Clemens Sedmak

concerning the world as a whole and life as such; religions pro- vide resources to be someone in particular with a special mission and a unique position in the universe and at the same time they express an invitation to 37  R. Williams, Theological Integrity. In: Idem, On Christian Theology. Oxford

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Hünermann , ed. Das zweite Vatikanische Konzil und die Zeichen der Zeit heute . Freiburg : Herder : 61 – 70 . Sedmak , Clemens ( 2017 ). The Capacity to Be Displaced. Resilience, Mission, and Inner Strength . Leiden : Brill . Stellini , Vittorio Girardi ( 2018 ). “ La misión en

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Author: Andrew Prevot

cowardly in its presence. I write with the hope that it is possible for Christianity to move toward a better, holier, and truer future—that is, to become the sacrament of love, freedom, and healing that it is supposed to be. The center of this study of theology and race is an investigation of U

In: Theology and Race
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world unless, and until, it addresses the racial traumas that continue to aggrieve it. Conversely, the collective misdeeds of this racialized world cannot be rectified unless, and until, their theological conditions are met with sufficient precision, thoughtfulness, and courage. Christianity, understood

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