What is the role of Western theological education in the Majority World? What does the future of ecumenical leadership look like? What does it take to make radical missiological shifts? How can we lean in to hear diverse voices?
Martin Rodriguez is a doctoral student of intercultural studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, writing on missiology at the intersection of postcolonial hybridity theory and late-modern leadership theory. Since 2011, he has served as Family Life Minister at the Hollywood Church of Christ (Hollywood, CA, USA). Before this he served for five years as a missionary in China where he mentored emerging leaders and partnered with Chinese leaders to plant three churches. Martin holds an MDiv from Fuller Theological Seminary and a degree in Religion and International Studies from Pepperdine University. He is also a content editor of Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis and a member of the missiology.com team.
Greg McKinzie is a PhD candidate in theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, writing on missional hermeneutics at the intersection of constructive theology, theological interpretation of Scripture, and missiology. He is also the executive editor of Missio Dei: A Journal of Missional Theology and Praxis and the lead administrator of missiology.com. From 2008 to 2015, he served in Arequipa, Peru, as a partner in holistic evangelism with Team Arequipa and The Christian Urban Development Association. Greg holds an MDiv from Harding School of Theology (Memphis, TN, USA) and a BA in missions from Harding University (Searcy, AR, USA). He should probably be working on his dissertation right now.