Confronting Challenges of Insecurity through Strategic Missions Activities

Akinyemi Oluwafemi Alawode, Oluwasayo Zion Areo


Insecurity is a universal concern because of its increasing setback in all nations. Africa suffers a lot from the adverse effects of insecurity on the world. For instance, Nigeria, the most populous Black country in the world, has, over the last ten to twelve years, experienced various insecurity challenges. It includes kidnapping, Fulani herders attacks, and armed robbery, which have led to the destruction of lives and properties and fear and panic among the indigenous and settlers (dwellers). Several methods of solving this menace of insecurity have proven over the years to be insufficient as insecurity remains on the increase in some regions worldwide; there is a need to respond to the insecurity problems through the activities of the Church (Christian missions). This report provides a concise missiological response to the insecurity challenges in the contemporary world. This combination of conventional and spiritual methodology in resolving insecurity problems is a vital step to be taken by stakeholders in fighting it. Spiritual input of the Church, such as prayer, Bible study and creating public awareness are parts of the strategic missiological response to the insecurity challenges. Therefore, through the descriptive research method, the writer will elucidate the current trend of insecurity in the world, its causes, and the missiological response to insecurity and draw a logical conclusion.

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