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Culture and Language Awareness, Acquistion, and Analysis

As cross-cultural workers seek to communicate, they must weigh the effectiveness of the forms of communication available to them and the meaning of those forms. The papers below think through a distinction from anthropological theory, that between form and meaning, and suggest how church planters can use this distinction to avoid syncretism and properly contextualize the biblical message.

Evaluate before you begin.

Don Kirkpatrick shows why and how. More >>

Experienced trainers

Our trainers know the challenges of cross-cultural work. Read their bios. More >>

Course descriptions

WRG's curriculum is designed to enhance cross-cultural church planting. More >>