On Friday I received an email from Paul Chilcote to let me know that 'Making disciples in a world parish: Global perspectives on Mission and Evangelism' was published.
I was privileged to contribute one of the chapters that make up this book. I wrote about the theology and ministry of Christians in Southern Africa in response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In my chapter I discussed issues such as the contextualisation of theological methodology, an insight into what it means to live with HIV/AIDS and what it could mean for Christians and the Church to respond appropriately in that context. It is entitled 'Evangelism, mission and discipleship in Southern Africa: How hope is overcoming tragedy'.