Difficult Terms: 'Diaspora'

In this new series of short videos from the Lausanne Movement, we define key missional terms in an easy-to-understand way. Bulus Galadima, Lausanne co-catalyst for diasporas, explains that ‘diaspora’ is a term we use to describe people on the move. We used to go to the farthest ends of the world to bring the gospel. Today, the whole world is coming to us. Learn more about the Lausanne Movement’s work with diasporas: https://lausanne.org/networks/issues/…

Speaker's Bio

Bulus Galadima

Bulus Galadima comes from Jos, Nigeria. He did his undergraduate studies at JETS (Jos ECWA Theological Seminary) and graduate studies at Wheaton Graduate School and Trinity International University. He is married to Rose Galadima, who did her doctorate in education at Trinity International University. They have been in theological education for nearly three decades. Together they started a ministry to widows and orphans called Almanah Rescue Mission in Jos nearly 30 years ago. They were also co-founders of MMD (More than a Mile Deep), an educational ministry to train pastors in Africa who are not able to go to seminary full-time. Bulus was dean and later president of JETS and most recently dean of the Cook School of Intercultural Studies at Biola University, California.