Mission Partnership in Creative Tension


Cueva has refined his concept of ‘partnership in mission’ by advocating reciprocal contextual collaboration in this reflection on contemporary missiology. Referencing historical, theological and functional aspects of mission and analyzing it’s impact on the evangelical movement, he identifies that mission always develops with positive and negative tensions. Emphasizing an understanding of current missions including traditional, networking and emergent models, and how they can be combined, interconnected and interchanged, the author proposes a fresh model that ensures suitability for every context.

About the Author

SAMUEL CUEVA holds a PhD in Theology from Trinity Saint David, University of Wales and an MA in Mission Studies from the University of Birmingham, UK. Samuel was born in the highlands of Peru and is the ninth of ten siblings. His father Juan was the founder of the first indigenous mission society in Peru in 1946, and from childhood Samuel has been directly influenced by Latin American mission theology thanks to his father. He has worked as a missionary in Spain and in the United Kingdom for more than twenty years. Samuel is married to Noemi and they have two children.

Book Information


ISBN: 9781783689316

Category: Academic

Region: World

Publishing Date: 2015-04-14

Number of pages: 500


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