This well-informed reflection is interweaved with a real story of homelessness, and together they point to how our thinking and our action can inform each other to offer both grace and truth to those to whom we minister.
Whether in response to a local situation, a common responsibility, or simply a desire to learn together what it means to be disciples in a changing and challenging world, groups will find in this booklet a method for waiting on God in company that blends corporate contemplation with God-inspired action.
This helpful booklet provides a straightforward guide to setting up youth work from scratch, from identifying and working with a core team of helpers, to involving the whole church in an intergenerational ministry.
This booklet calls for a bespoke, contextual approach to evangelism—a ‘mosaic’ of diverse and creative evangelistic initiatives that meets people in the context of their own lives. When viewed together, this mosaic will clearly demonstrate the picture of the gospel to the wider community, presenting a truly incarnational engagement with Christ.
Where good leadership is exercised, leader and congregation will grow in freedom and health and the community of faith will grow. This booklet examines how leaders can maintain their health and wellbeing, and explores the connection with the health of the congregation or community they lead.
When a church enters into a period of discerning vision, worship is often not the first place to be looked to for inspiration. But linking the discernment process with the worshipping life of a church can help to root it in both the mission of the wider church, and the local context. This booklet explores how worship can inform the vision-setting process, and in turn, how a church’s vision and values can inform its worship.