About Jayson Georges

headshot1(small) copyJayson Georges (M. Div., Talbot) is the founding editor of HonorShame.com. He has served cross-culturally for 15 years, and currently lives in the Middle East.

Books: 

 

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Article/Chapters:

  • “Putting ‘Faith’ In Context.“ Modern Reformation (July-Aug 2017)

  • “Get Face, Give Face: A Biblical Paradigm for Mission in Honor-Shame Contexts.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly (June 2017).

  • “Honor and Shame in God’s Mission.” Lausanne Global Analysis (March 2017)

  • Our Culture Shock: Practical Advice for Teaching International Students from Honor-Shame Cultures.” Christian Educators Journal. (February 2017).

  • “Transforming Honor: Biblical Morality and Ethics in Honor-Shame Contexts.” In Reconciliation in Guilt, Shame, and Fear Cultures, ed. Paul DeNeui (Pasadena, CA: William Carey Press, 2017).

  • “Reconstructing Central Asian Honor Codes via Orality.” In Beyond Literate Western Contexts: Honor & Shame and Assessment of Orality Preference, ed. Samuel E. Chiang and Grant Lovejoy (Hong Kong: International Orality Network, 2015).
  •  “Why Has Nobody Told Me This?: The Gospel the World is Waiting For.” Mission Frontiers 37:1 (2015).
  • “Dignification: An Exegetical Soteriology of Divine Honor.” Scottish Journal of Theology 66:1(2013)
  • “From Shame to Honor: A Theological Reading of Romans for Honor-Shame Contexts.” Missiology 38:3 (2010).
  • “A Missionary Ethic of Economic Affluence.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 45:3 (2009).
  • “A Muslim Theology of Jesus’ Birth and Death.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41:4 (2005). Republished in EMQ’s best-of compilation Envisioning Effective Ministry, eds. Laurie Nichols and Gary Corwin (Wheaton, IL: EMIS, 2010).
I have led training workshops internationally for organizations such as Cru, IMB, Frontiers, Pioneers, Navigators, World Team, SIM, Missio Nexus, Eternity Bible College, Western Seminaryand more.
 
My current research interests are theology of patronage and Byzantine monasticism. In other areas of life, I enjoy playing any sport with a ball, mountain biking, reading international news, and discussing honor and shame from any possible angle. Feel free to contact me at info@honorshame.com

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