This seems like so long ago that I spent a little over a month with a church in Tokyo, but my missiological reflection on the experience has been published, and is now available here.
Growing disciples in an age of busyness
I had the great privilege of spending a few days alongside a community of ordinands at Central Theological College in Tokyo during my time here. The college itself felt to be a symbol of the history and potential available to the NSKK (the Anglican Church in Japan) more widely, with its huge space to accommodate... Continue Reading →
Ethics of Mission
#272 What are the #ethicsofchristianmission? Is there a right way to #proclaimthegospel? "Preach the gospel and if necessary use words." #saintfrancisofassisi Myself and my colleague delivered a presentation on the ethics of mission yesterday. Perhaps we could say that God-centred mission involved #love, #humility and #service as three key components...all are inter-related and all are... Continue Reading →
#131 With the end of term comes a string of assignments. I am in the process of reading and writing about the #holyspirit and #mission If as Christians we spent more time just being with God, perhaps we would deepen our relationship with Him through communion with the Holy Spirit. If we listened more, and... Continue Reading →