Jamie Ross 

Jamie Ross 

Jamie Ross, International Ministries 

Presentation themes:

Christian theology and religious pluralism; Faith and fiction; Israeli/Palestinian conflict in film; Issues in missiological thinking; Mission and film; Mission from 1910-2010; Student missionary movement; Women and mission 

Presentation types:

Seminars; Small groups; Adult Sunday school; Workshops 

Speaker description:

Jamie Ross serves with the International Ministries department at Mennonite Mission Network. She works on the advisory committee for Mission Focus, which provides a forum for publication and conversation related to Anabaptist missiology for pastors, practitioners, and academics. Ross is also a member of the Mennonite Church USA Interchurch Relations Resource Group, where she gives insight to mission-related material.

Before beginning her position with Mission Network in July 2012, Ross served in Kyrgyzstan and Israel, and worked as an assistant to the Mission Studies Center at the Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Ind. She holds a Master’s degree in theological studies with a concentration in mission and evangelism.  

“I am drawn to studying issues that surface when crossing cultural and other boundaries, both in practice as well as in how this is explored in fiction, film and poetry,” Ross said.

Ross lives in Elkhart, where she attends Belmont Neighborhood Fellowship.

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