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Cultural Values, Meaning, and Form in an Indigenous Movement (PDF)
Bill Hodgson, director of Campus Crusade for Christ Australia, wrote the following paper for the 2003 GYI Forum.  The paper looks at mobilizing indigineous movements of church based youth ministry in light of Sherwood Lingenfelter's model of ...

Itinerant Cross-Cultural Equipping (PDF)
David Livermore writes about 3 key factors necessary for increasing the effectiveness of short term cross cultural training.

Sowing the Seeds for an Indigineous Movement of Church based Ministry in Australia (PDF)
Bill Hodgson, director of Campus Crusade for Christ Australia, presented this paper at a GYI Forum.  This paper deals with the preparation period of establishing a healthy movement of youth ministry in Australia by looking at the types of ...

Sowing the Seeds for an Indigineous Movement in Africa (PDF)
Mark Tittley used to lead Sonlife Africa.  He presented this paper at the GYI Forum in Denver in 2001.  This paper looks at the highlights, challenges, and African context principles that give guidance to creating a disciple making ...

Intercultural Competency (PDF)
This paper by Dave Livermore was presented at a GYI Forum, and looks at the relationship between learning and culture, and the competencies needed in cross-cultural training.

Portraits and Pictures that Shape our Vision (PDF)
This paper by Steve Argue and Dave Livermore was presented at the GYI Forum in 2003.  One crucial value shared by GYI partners is church based ministry.  This paper looks at two dominant images from the New Testament; the body of Christ ...

Bill Hodgson, who leads Campus Crusade for Christ Australia, write about the issue of cultural baggage as we train and disciple across cultures.

Decoding the Dilemma of a Discipling Candidate (PDF)
Read this article by Bill Clem for some key thoughts on mentoring others as disciples.