Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis
MISSIO DEI exists to provide a medium for exploring the rich tradition and ongoing practice of participation in the mission of God among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement.
MISSIO DEI is published semiannually by the Missio Dei Foundation, a non-profit enterprise founded in 2009 to further reflection on the theology and practice of missions among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement and promote an inclusive missiological discourse.
MISSIO DEI features four sections: Missional Theology, Missional Praxis, Reflections and Book Reviews. Details for submissions can be found on the website. The editor is responsible for the selection of material, but opinions expressed in articles are the sole responsibility of the authors.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Missio Dei Foundation
The Missio Dei Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of God's mission among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement.
The foundation endeavors to produce a high-quality missiological journal with transparency and integrity.
MDF is committed to producing the journal at low cost so that readers can download it for free. By publishing primarily in a digital format, we reduce many of the costs of traditional journal publication. By offering an economical print-on-demand option to those who need hard copy, we allow such clients to bear those traditional costs at their discretion.
Furthermore, we want readers to feel confident that their payments and contributions go toward either the production of the journal or another worthy non-profit enterprise.
All of the editors work on a volunteer basis.
Planned expenses include:
Startup Loan Repayment
Application fee for 501(c)(3) filing
Graphic Design Consulting
Regular operation costs include:
Books for Review
Chicago Manual of Style Online Subscription
Graphic Design Costs
Regular income includes:
Ad space sales
Hard copy sales
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