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“ Significance of the so-called Insignificants “: Mission Exposure Visit
Wednesday, Jul 31, 2019


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Chennai: Mission is the movement for ‘searching, reaching, researching, torching and marching’with the so-called insignificants in order to revitalize and mainstream their potentials and possibilities towards radical and sustainable transformation. Therefore, Synod mission Department along with the Board for Mission and Evangelism has organized a mission exposure visit to the remote rural mission fields in East Keral Diocese on 28th July 2019.

The exposure team has visited Memary, Thekkumthottam, Kannampady and Vattapathaal Mission Fields. It was creative missional experience to act and react with the people those who are living in those areas.  Though those areas seem to be ‘ so- called insignificant ‘, it is visible and remarkable of the vibrancy of the people in which  we could easily identify and realize the various significant capacities of the people. It is important to extend constant accompaniment with the people to capacitate them for the sustainable transformation.

The team for the exposure visit was including Rev. A. E. Eappen(Mission Director in East Kerala Diocese ), Rev. Maxcin John, Synod Mission Director, Mr. Rajendran, Mr. Ebnezer, Mr. Selvaaraj, Mr. Arun, Mr. Jose and Mr. Solomon. The visit was an eye -opener into the various living context of the people which should be addressed in a missional ways.

Reported by
Rev. Maxcin John
Director for Mission and Evangelism, CSI Synod,