Some quirky Bible stuff, something on persecution, some inspiring mission stories and a consideration of the role of short-term dentists.
Discipleship is, in essence, simply following Jesus. It means forsaking all, despite difficulties, suffering and even death, primarily death to self. Discipleship is in danger of getting lost in trendy terminologies and packaged programmes.
What I've spent the last four years working on.
The thing is, when we concentrate on measuring deliverables such as finance and recruitment, we can ignore the elephant in the room - what exactly should the agency be doing in this day and age?
Mission agencies face a crisis and they cannot simply mobilise their way out of it.
A very worthwhile book for anyone involved in mission support or partnerships.
Lots of interesting stuff, but not a lot of jokes.
In seeking to promote their own work, mission agencies can (intentionally or unintentionally) sideline other people. This isn't good!
It isn't enough for mission agencies to tell exciting stories about their work. I give four reasons why they should explain why they do what they do - and I make a cheeky comment about preaching.
The Resurrection marks the dawn of a new age and with it a new orientation and mindset for Jesus followers? Do we live pre or post-resurrection?