Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis (MDJ) is a digital medium for exploring the rich tradition and ongoing practice of participation in the mission of God among churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement, particularly Churches of Christ/Christian Churches and Churches of Christ (a cappella), in an open dialogue with Christian missiology.
MDJ is published semiannually by the Missio Dei Foundation. The foundation endeavors to produce a high-quality, open-access missiological journal. The executive editor is responsible for the selection of material, but opinions expressed in articles are the sole responsibility of the authors.
Unless specified otherwise, authors retain copyright for articles published in this journal, with first publication rights granted to the journal. Unless specified otherwise, by virtue of their appearance in this open access journal, articles are free to use, with proper attribution and reference to the licensing.
Chris Flanders (Associate Professor, Abilene Christian)
Nathan Bills (ThD candidate, Duke University) Jeremy Daggett (Missionary, Peru) Jeremy Hegi (PhD candidate, Boston University) Alan Howell (Missionary, Mozambique)
Danny Reese (Missionary, Angola) Nick Faris (MDiv)
Nathan Holland (Missionary, Angola)
John Barton (Pepperdine University) Shawn Daggett (Harding University) Stan Granberg (Kairos) Gary Green (Abilene Christian University) Sonny Guild (Abilene Christian University) Dale Hawley (University of Wisconsin - Stout) Mark Hooper (Missions Resource Network) Kendi Howells Douglas (Johnson University - Florida) Evertt Huffard (Harding School of Theology) Gary Jackson (Harding University) Ben Langford (Oklahoma Christian University) Earl Lavender (Lipscomb University) Doug Priest (Christian Missionary Fellowship) Bill Richardson (Harding University) Rochelle Scheuermann (Lincoln Christian University) Kent Smith (Abilene Christian University) Michael Sweeney (Emmanuel Christian Seminary) Richard Trull Jr. (Faulkner University) Gailyn Van Rheenen (Mission Alive) Bob Waldron (Missions Resource Network)
The Missio Dei Foundation (MDF) is a nonprofit enterprise founded in 2009 to further reflection on the theology and practice of mission among the churches of the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement and promote an inclusive missiological discourse.
MDF Board of Directors
John Barton (Pepperdine University) Chris Flanders (Abilene Christian University) Ben Langford (Oklahoma Christian University) Mark Love (Rochester College) Greg McKinzie (PhD student, Fuller Theological Seminary) Yukikazu Obata (PhD Candidate, Fuller Theological Seminary) Amanda Pittman (Abilene Christian University)