Globalization and Its Effects On Urban Mission in the 21st Century
April 05, 2009
When we think about globalization with the eyes and heart of a sovereign mission God, we must recognize the vast opportunities before us as God is moving His people around the world, bringing the gospel with them in new and different ways. Globalization and Its Effects on Urban Ministry in the 21st Century is an attempt to broaden the views of individuals and institutions alike to what God is doing around the world and how He is accomplishing His purposes through globalization. The book is organized around the four overarching themes of globalization, reconciliation, church planting, and leadership development.
Dr. Ortiz, Professor of Ministry and Urban Mission, Emeritus
B.S., Philadelphia College of Bible, 1971; M.A., Wheaton Graduate School of Theology, 1975; D.Min., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1989; Teacher, Philadelphia Association for Christian Schools, 1972–1973; Pastoral ministry, Illinois, 1973–1987; Headmaster, Humboldt Community Christian School, Chicago, 1980–1987; Founder and Director, The Apprenticeship School for Urban Ministry, Chicago, 1981–1987; Board member and faculty, The Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education, Chicago, 1982–1987; Board Member, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and World Relief, 1994; Visiting Professor, Eastern Baptist Seminary, 1994; Pastor, Spirit and Truth Fellowship, Philadelphia, 1995– ; Westminster, 1987– 2009.