Facilitating the burgeoning communities in their efforts to integrate their faith into society, bridge their relationships to the religiously pluralistic landscapes they find themselves in, and facilitating their encounter with the structures of the West are the goals of the World Christianity Initiative at Yale.
To educate African leadership in the depth of African intellectual literary achievements, especially those from the Christian tradition of the first millennium.
The Oxford Studies in World Christianity is a series of volumes currently under production that will address World Christianity in light of its non-Western appeal and development.
The DACB is an international undertaking aimed at producing an electronic database containing the essential biographical facts of African Christian leaders, evangelists, and lay workers chiefly responsible for laying the foundations, shaping the character, and advancing the growth of Christian communities across Africa. An international team of African scholars is facilitating the project. Contributors are drawn from academic, church, and mission communities in Africa and elsewhere. Work began in 1995 and is expected to continue through 2020.
Promoting, Partnering Provoking: Linking Christian scholars around the world.
The Lundman Family Foundation
Partnering alongside the World Christianity Initiative at Yale, the Lundman Family Foundation sponsors the Church and Society in Africa Project.