“This essay by Katerina Friesen extends a commissioning home into our watersheds as a way of replacement and repentance of the rootlessness affecting North American Christians today. The author traces this rootlessness to the Christendom church and certain destructive theologies that sanctioned colonialism. “Watershed discipleship,” as set forth by theologian Ched Myers, offers a constructive framework for mission within a paradigm of repentance for sins perpetuated by colonial theologies.”   [Read the full essay here]
–from Missio Dei: A Journal of Theology and Praxis 5, no. 2 (August 2014)