Category Archive: Missional

3 Rules for Heralds of the Gospel

A while ago I posted on Paul’s use of the term ‘herald‘ to describing his ministry: “For this gospel I was appointed a herald and an apostle and a teacher…” (2 Timothy 1:11)… Continue reading

Do Entrepreneurs Feel Closer To God?

This from Harvard Business Review: A new study by academics at Baylor University found that entrepreneurs prayed more frequently than other people and were more likely to believe that God was personally responsive to… Continue reading

Dad’s Green Mission Tin

We’ve been unpacking in our new place, and this week my wife  stumbled upon this old green tin. I recognised it straight away – it had belonged to my Dad, who coincidently passed… Continue reading

A Short & Helpful Ecclesiology

Recent conversations with Christian leaders (from various denominations) highlights a desire for a way of articulating the nature and purpose of the church, with a greater emphasis of the broader context of the… Continue reading

A Few Thoughts on Paul’s Overlooked Ministry as ‘Herald’

A while ago, a friend text me a verse: 2 Timothy 1:11, For this gospel I was appointed a herald and an apostle and a teacher, and for this reason I suffer as I… Continue reading

What could a Church Learn from Savile Row?

When I was in London last year, I made a visit to Savile Row. This is the famous street where the best and oldest fine bespoke suit tailors are. Shops like Anderson &… Continue reading

Mission gear in Adelaide & Melbourne

I’ve had a small break since the last post. My writing time has been given over to writing a distance resource for a unit I’ve lectured the past couple of years, ‘Spirituality for… Continue reading

What if the Missional Church went Charismatic?

In his book on the Holy Spirit Flame of Love, theologian Clark Pinnock suggests that the presence of the Holy Spirit within the church takes two modes: sacramental and charismatic. The sacramental emphasises the presence of God… Continue reading

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