Forgive this post for being slightly technical, but it is incredibly important and of more relevance today than on any other day.
Reading OT prophecy, misunderstanding the mission movement, two ways to look at consumerism and some thoughts about change.
Just before his ascension, Jesus explained to his disciples what mission is and where it happens.
Sue and I do very different things, but they all contribute to the broader work of mission around the world. This video gives a brief introduction to what it is we do.
Some thoughts on my doctoral studies including one or two interesting (controversial?) conclusions and a few personal revelations.
The book of Acts tells the story of the apostles bearing witness to Jesus in the power of the Spirit by the will of the Father. The book is about people, but behind it all lies the Triune God.
"While the Western mission enterprise has played a significant role in the more recent spread of the gospel, changes in its assumptions and practices are long overdue and absolutely necessary." But...
The centre of this Good News is the creation of indigenous redeemed communities expressing the Gospel manifold cultures and all adding together to create a symphony of praise to our God.
A great film, a somewhat dodgy Instagram post and some reflections on charity and mission.
An example of how Christianity is spreading around the globe without the input of "missionaries" and a short reflection on the challenges and opportunities facing the church in the UK.