Eddie and Sue Arthur

Tag: mission

Mission Shaped by The Trinity

We [the church] are invited to participate in an activity of God which is the central meaning of creation itself. We are invited to become, through the presence of the Holy Spirit, participants in the Son’s loving obedience to the Father. All things have been created that they may be summed up in Christ the Son. All history is directed towards that end.

Spirit Empowered Mission

A brilliant talk on Spirit-Empowered Mission

Bible and Mission Links 35

Lots of interesting stuff, but not a lot of jokes.

Unsolicited Advice One: Explain

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 and Mission

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?

Actions Validate Teaching

A short overview of Colossians. The heart of mission is about presenting Jesus to people; telling his story and declaring his glory. However, if our actions don’t match our words, then our words are meaningless. 

Bible and Mission Links 34

A funny video, a very serious video, some deep thoughts and an overview of my research; highlights from this week.

Bible and Mission Links 33

Reading OT prophecy, misunderstanding the mission movement, two ways to look at consumerism and some thoughts about change.

Acts and Mission: The Great Comission

Just before his ascension, Jesus explained to his disciples what mission is and where it happens.

A Step In The Right Direction?

“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…

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