To do mission is an integral part of Christianity’s self-understanding. Christianity cannot be understood apart from its activity of doing mission. Hence, from the very beginning, Christians have been engaged in witnessing for the faith and communicating the message of the faith to many nations and cultures. And as there was growth in the understanding of the faith, so there were changes in how the Church conceived and did mission. Furthermore, there were development in the understanding of mission necessitated by changing times and situations. One important change is the shift from ecclesio-centric to theo-centric view of mission.
- Teacher: LAURICE KAYE LAGUINDAY
- Enrolled students: 35