Werner Mischke, D.D. (Hon. Causa), has been serving with Mission ONE since 1992. He currently serves as Interim President and Director of Training Ministries. Mission ONE’s purpose is to train and mobilize the Church, focusing on cross-cultural partnerships to engage the unreached and serve the poor and oppressed. Mission ONE’s indigenous partners serve in evangelism, church planting and holistic ministries in such countries as Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, India, Pakistan, and Thailand.
Werner is the author of THE GLOBAL GOSPEL: Achieving Missional Impact in Our Multicultural World, (2015). He also developed The Father’s Love Gospel Booklet, an evangelistic resource based on the Prodigal Son story which is designed to appeal to persons for whom honor and shame is vitally important. He also served as coordinator of the 2017 Honor-Shame Conference held at Wheaton College.
In August 2017, Werner received a Doctorate in Divinity (Hon. Causa) from Hindustan Bible Institute and College, Chennai, India.
Werner has a long-term special relationship with Mission ONE’s partner in the Middle East—where Arab nationals are building a network of house churches through holistic ministry among various Muslim peoples. Werner’s experiences there have led him into a passionate pursuit of understanding the pivotal cultural value of honor and shame in Scripture and the cultures of the Majority World. He blogs at http://wernermischke.org.
Currently living in Scottsdale, Arizona, Werner and his wife Daphne are members of Scottsdale Bible Church. Werner has also been a student at Phoenix Seminary in their Intercultural Studies Program. Werner and Daphne have two adult sons and two grandchildren.
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|Church Growth, Creating Culture, Education, Evangelism, Missions, Research, Scripture Engagement|