Kingdom Noise Apprenticeship


MODULE 3 || STAGE 3 by seancooper
October 31, 2008, 2:10 am
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I know all our apprentice participants are not American, but this is just a little reminder to please pray:)

As for the reading and discussion, this last week was very insightful and I loved the conversation around the Hausa riddles and how to apply to our own cultural setting. This is the last week for this book, so dig-in and we’ll wrap this module up. Thanks for all your insights…

What did you find most fascinating about the Hausa traditions?

In what ways can you correlate the Hausa culture with your own?
Can you identify any connections to this week’s reading with Old or New Testament stories?

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MODULE 3 || STAGE 2 by seancooper
October 27, 2008, 3:05 am
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In your current cultural setting, do people view the Gospel as relevant or irrelevant?
What should we aim for and avoid as communicators of the Gospel?
Describe you understanding and application of Hausa riddling for your culture. Does it have any relevance? Explain.



Module 3 || Stage 1 by Jeremiah
October 20, 2008, 2:52 pm
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In your own words, describe ethnolinguistics.

How does language impact how we share the Gospel locally?
How is it different cross culturally?

Is “church planting” the same or is it changing?



MODULE 2 || STAGE 3 by seancooper
October 10, 2008, 1:40 am
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How does the history of Africa over the last 200 years affect your idea of international responsibility for its current situation?

Some argue that the crisis in Africa is ignored due to racism. In your opinion, do you perceive racism as a key issue?

Describe whether or not you think it is possible to significantly involve people into the crisis of Africa. How?



MODULE 2 || STAGE 2 by seancooper
October 3, 2008, 1:03 am
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The End of Poverty has opened up a lot of great thinking and discussion. Its interesting how much this topic stirs so much among those who hope there is a better solution for the poorest of the poor. Let’s keep reading, talking, and especially finding ways to serve those around us this week.

Describe how the issues of poverty and social injustice have changed and why.

Based on Jeffrey D. Sachs outline of why some countries fail to thrive, how have you seen this firsthand in some part of the world?

Is the Church a viable means for macro change? How?