GLST 385 Quiz 1

GLST 385 Quiz 1 Liberty University

  1. A child of any family living in a culture other than their home culture.
  2. The belief that one’s culture or ethnic identity is better than other cultures or ethnic identities.
  3. The use of business for missions purposes.  This can include establishing a business framed in Christian ethics as a means of witness as well as making a profit in order to finance missions.
  4. The process of building local communities into self-sustaining ones in ways that lead to their betterment in all areas of life (including economic, social, physical, and/or spiritual).
  5. One of the things that makes Christian spirituality different from other spiritualties is:
  6. The spiritual disciplines are a means of grace and the practice of them, in and of themselves, doesn’t necessarily move us into deeper spirituality.
  7. The PRO-Dev Student Core Self-Assessment measures all of the following except:
  8. Muriel I. Elmer identified all of the following items as predictors of intercultural effectiveness except for:
  9. In the PRO-Dev Student Self-Assessment, “Abilities” is only your learned competencies and not your God-given competencies or natural gifts.
  10. According to Alan Hirsch, in recovering the five-fold we are seeking to reinstitute the original 12 disciples.
  11. ___________________ is what you want you have a passion for and is often not seen by people who don’t know you.
  12. A charitable or social service organization that provides government-like support but is not government directed or controlled.
  13. __________________ ensure that the faith is transmitted from one context to another and from one generation to the next. They are always thinking about the future, bridging barriers, establishing the church in new contexts, developing leaders, and networking trans-locally.
  14. Our key traits and caution areas are related to which of the following:
  15. Because our relationship with God is a personal thing, we should not view the community as a discipline.
  16. __________________ are particularly attuned to God and His truth for today. They bring correction and challenge the dominant assumptions we inherit from the culture. They insist that the community obey what God has commanded. They question the status quo.
  17. According to the presentation, there is direct correlation between how much time we spend with Jesus and our capacity for ministering to others.
  18. The ability to think and live creatively between local and global realities
  19. __________________ are infectious communicators of the gospel message who recruit others to the cause. They call for a personal response to God’s redemption in Christ, and also draw believers to engage the wider mission, growing in the church.
  20. The result of facing constant strangeness of the new culture over time, leaving one constantly on guard.
  21. The practice of using paid employment to gain entry into and maintain access to a cross-cultural setting.
  22. ______________ are communicators of God’s truth and wisdom, they help others remain Biblically grounded to better discern God’s will, guiding others toward wisdom, helping the community remain faithful to Christ’s word, and constructing a transferable doctrine.
  23. The time when cross-cultural Christian workers return to their home country, whether for retirement, because of leaving the field, or due to home assignment.
  24. ______________ are caregivers of the community, they focus on the protection and spiritual maturity of God’s flock, cultivating a loving and spiritually mature network of relationships, making and developing disciples.
  25. According to the presentation, what percentage of our time should be spent learning to leverage our strengths?
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