6 Steps Of A Powerful Pastoral Conversation. By Phil Wilson Church Planters need to be developing a full range of skills- in evangelism, in leadership, in teaching, and yes, in pastoral conversations. Below we include one of our lectures from a recent course on a six step process to follow… read more →
Intercepting the Entropy By Dr Peter Law Christian commitment is the inevitable response of our gratitude toward God. Radical commitment gives full expression to that same gratitude, irrespective of the geographical and circumstantial extremities to which such expressed appreciation may lead. William Butler Yeats wrote a poem entitled The Second… read more →
God Sends Us, But It’s Not Just For Other People’s Benefit. Recently in this blog we compared the centripetal and centrifugal movements of God’s work in the world. He both gathers his people in to himself, and He sends them out into the world. As a missionary agency, our… read more →
The word “church” means “assembly” or “congregation”. It is about a group of people coming together. As such, the word church implies that there is a centripetal nature to it. Centripetal is defined as, “the force that is necessary to keep an object moving in a curved path and that… read more →
When my wife sent me to the shed, what did she mean? What is said is not always what is understood.
In this guest post, Peter Judge-Mears shares of his recent trip to south-east Asia to lead one of our Training Weeks.
In our last blog we talked about the importance of teaching truth to help God’s people grow. We also suggested two important reminders to this. Firstly, it is more important to apply truth than it is to understand truth. Secondly, we are seeking to produce teachers of the truth, not… read more →
How much truth does a Christian need in order to be growing in a healthy walk with God?