• Buite die grense van die bekende : kruiskulturele ervarings onder ’n ewekansige steekproef predikante in die NG Kerk 

      Nell, Ian A. (Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust, 2019)
      Outside the confines of the known: Cross-cultural experiences among a random sample of ministers in the Dutch Reformed ChurchThis article looks at one of the questions posed in the Church Mirror questionnaire to a number ...
    • Koinonia en diakonia as ’n missionale koninkryksdans 

      Ries, Johannes; Hendriks, H. Jurgens (AOSIS Publishing, 2013-01)
      Koinonia and diaconia as a missional kingdom dance. How does faith-based social involvement within a cultural diverse society express itself? Is the focus pure social outreach, that is, the rendering of services, or ...
    • The Missional Church movement 

      Sheridan, Timothy Michael; Hendriks, H. Jurgens (Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust, 2013)
      At the beginning of the 21st century, many different voices have been drawing our attention to two realities that are shaping the future of Christianity: the centre of gravity for the Christian faith has shifted to the ...
    • Missional theological curricula and institutions 

      Du Preez, Kruger Phillippus; Hendriks, H. Jurgens; Carl, Arend E. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2014-08)
      The article argues in favour of an all-embracing missional framework for curriculum development for theological institutions. When the curriculum of a subject such as ecclesiology has a missional hermeneutic, it will ...
    • ’n Evaluering van drie interkulturele gemeenskapsprojekte 

      Ries, Johannes; Hendriks, H. Jurgens (AOSIS Publishing, 2013-02)
      An evaluation of three intercultural community projects. An intercultural framework for servanthood was explored in three Christian community projects. The framework consists of six basic principles, as defined by Duane ...
    • Die reformatoriese verstaan van die geloofsgemeenskap (gemeente) as ’n publieke gemeenskap 

      Burger, Coenie (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Theology, 2008)
      This article focuses on the Reformed theological understanding of the church as a public church. Although the Reformation did not know the term ‘public church’, the concept behind the term was from the beginning intrinsic ...