Posted on October 29, 2019 by Eddie
In other words, Apollos was a converted African Jew, who did further Bible training in Asia and who ministered in Europe. His background and formation were not just international, they were inter-continental. Not only that but Apollos came from outside of the centre of the contemporary mission movement of the time – he wasn’t one of Paul’s companions from Ephesus, he came from the margins.
Updated on September 24, 2019 by Eddie
The church’s mission is our participation (in the power of the Spirit) in the Father’s purpose to reconcile everything to himself through the death of the Son. We do this through making disciples by bearing witness to Jesus in word and deed.
Posted on September 5, 2019 by Eddie
People are forever making claims about doing mission in a biblical way. The problem is that the Bible offers us lots of different examples of how to do mission and some of them are not altogether positive.
Updated on August 8, 2019 by Eddie
In 14 years of blogging, I’ve produced the odd resource that is of lasting value. This post highlights some of them.
Posted on July 29, 2019 by Eddie
I believe that a serious part of our calling is to stand at the points where our families, our friends and our workplaces and professions are in tension and in pain and to reflect Jesus values, meekly serving, not pushing ourselves forward and making peace as we go.
Updated on July 16, 2019 by Eddie
Our job is to point people to Jesus, but in order to do that, we have to start with where they are, not with where we think they should be. This means that we have to listen and learn.
Updated on April 23, 2019 by Eddie
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?
Pentecost was an amazing miracle, and having sweated to learn an African language without any books or courses to help me, it’s one I really wanted to see repeated in my life. But it wasn’t actually needed.
Posted on April 9, 2019 by Eddie
If Christianity can be expressed in all languages and cultures, then it is also true that it doesn’t belong to any particular language or culture. No one can say that they own the Christian faith.