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Missiological Humility

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

There's a great post over at the 9Marks blog on the ways that humility must inform our missiology. Check it out ...

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Tags: 9 marks

10 reasons why churches stall

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Here’s a great article in this month’s Evangelicals Now from Marcus Honeysett on why churches stall. Here are some highlights to whet your appetite … 1. The church forgets who we are and what we are for … When we forget that we are the community of disciples ...

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Tags: discipleship, missional church

Cross Cultural Missions at Home

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Posted by Mike Mckinley on

In God's providence, our church is located in an ethnically and economically diverse area. It wasn't that way when it was established in 1857, but the world has changed quite a bit since then. Now we have huge populations of recent Asian and Latin American immigrants all around us.   There ...

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Tags: cross cultural mission, partnership, hospitality

the limits of incarnational models of mission part 3: the need for a whole gospel approach

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Here is final guest post from Dr Jonny Woodrow suggesting the need for a robust trinitarian theology to supplement an incarnational model of cultural engagement. This argument draws on reflections on Colin Gunton’s The One, the Three and the Many: God, Creation and the Culture of Modernity.

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, incarnation, contextualization, trinity

the limits of incarnational models of mission part 2: embodiment and incarnation

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Here is the second of three guest blogs from Dr Jonny Woodrow highlighting the limits of an incarnational model of mission by reflecting on Colin Gunton’s, The One, the Three and the Many

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, incarnation, contextualization, trinity

the limits of incarnational models of mission part 1: the triumph of the many over the one

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Posted by Tim Chester on

Here is the first of three guest blogs from Dr Jonny Woodrow. Jonny is a tutor with the Northern Training Institute and a church planter with The Crowded House. His blog posts reflect on the lessons for missional and incarnational church from Colin Gunton’s The One, the Three and the Many: God, ...

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Tags: trinity, contextualization, incarnation, cross-cultural mission

christmas in the forest (english version)

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Posted by Peter Walters on

News and photos have just arrived from the cafe church in the Urals of their Christmas celebrations. Praise be(!) for all God is doing there...

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Tags: church planting, russia

christmas in the forest (russian version)

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Posted by Peter Walters on

English version here У нас был сегодня Рождество концерт для детей ...

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Tags: russia, church planting

many people in this city?

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

It is sobering to know that as I sit in my friends' apartment, I am in one of the only two believing households in a town of 60,000 people. The equivalent in the UK would be somewhere the size of Burton-on-Trent, a town to the south of Derby, having just two Christian families. But I am ...

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Tags: prayer, cross-cultural mission, balkans

prayer & the problem of religious secularism

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Posted by Anthony Adams on

Posted by Anthony Adams This afternoon at my friend's apartment we were drinking coffee and discussing the problem of 'religious secularism'. It is a tricky problem. What we meant by this was the situation where a people see themselves as culturally associated with a particular religion, often ...

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Tags: cross-cultural mission, mission, balkans

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