Here are some journals you might find useful in keeping up to date about issues in Scripture Engagement, missiology and publishing.
EthnoDoxology is a journal devoted to the multifaceted music, arts, and worship of every tribe, tongue, and nation. Among the many people groups (ethnos) across the globe, God is raising up meaningful worship (doxology). Keep up with how God's Spirit is inspiring culturally appropriate worship throughout the world by reading this journal.
Professional journal for the worldwide mission community.
EMQ is published by Evangelism and Missions Information Service (EMIS) the publishing division of the Billy Graham Center - providing publications for stimulating global evangelism.
Back issues of InterLit magazine (2002-06) from Cook Communication Ministries International. In 2007, InterLit was replaced by the online magazine Cook Partners.
Every issue of InterLit shows God active in Christian publishing around the world, and includes:
- thought-provoking articles on international issues
- publishing news from around the world
- practical advice on writing, editing, design and production
- sales and distribution ideas
- outstanding international authors
"I cannot afford to be without it (the IBMR); neither, I believe, can any person, or any library, seriously concerned with the Christian faith as a world-wide phenomenon, or anyone engaged at any level in mission studies, or anyone involved in the issues of Gospel and culture." (Professor Andrew F. Walls)
From January 2010, IBMR became a free online journal. Free subscriptions to the online edition - and access to archives - are available for those who register.
Every issue offers you:
- Reports on mission trends and conferences
IJFM is the official journal of the International Society for Frontier Missiology (ISFM) and is a publication of William Carey International University.
Contains thoughtful articles on mission strategy, some of which deal with the role of Scripture.
All articles are available online for free download.
Missiology is the quarterly journal of the American Society of Missiology. It began publication in 1973, continuing in the tradition of its predecessor Practical Anthropology.
According to their website, Missiology is one of the premier scholarly journals of mission studies, and is distinctively:
- multi-disciplinary: including history, theology, anthropology, communication theory, religious encounter, ecumenics, methodology.
- interconfessional: including works from Roman Catholic, conciliar, and conservative evangelical spheres.
- practical: including not just theoretical reflection, but applied mission science.
Mission Frontiers is published bi-monthly by the U.S. Center for World Mission and is dedicated to fostering a global movement to establish an indigenous, and self-reproducing church planting movement amongst all of the 10,000 unreached peoples (ethnic groups) of the world as soon as possible.
With a circulation of over 80,000 subscribers in over 160 countries, Mission Frontiers is the most widely circulated publication of its kind, focused on helping Bible-believing followers of Christ worldwide to bring the Gospel of Christ to every people and nation, as seen in Revelation 5:9 and 7:9 of the Bible. [more...]
A valuable storehouse of missions articles, some of which treat issues of Scripture Engagement.
A subscription of $20 annually gives you access to articles from journals such as Evangelical Missions Quarterly (EMQ), International Bulletin of Missionary Research (IBMR), Missiology:An International Review, and World Pulse.
Orality Journal is the journal of the International Orality Network.
It is published online semi-annually and aims to provide a platform for scholarly discourse on the issues of orality, discoveries of innovations in orality, and praxis of effectiveness across multiple domains in society. This online journal is international and interdisciplinary, serving the interests of the orality movement through research articles, documentation, book reviews, and academic news. [more...]