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Making the case for mission…and hard choices to make.

Where does our organisation or type of ministry fit in the list of priorities of a local church? Pastoral leadership, office and caretaking staff, local outreach workers, youth and children’s ministry probably all come higher up the pecking order than far flung mission initiatives or specialised ministry opportunities. One of those that can fall between the cracks when making the case for priorities can be International Student ministry.

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Chaos, fear, pain, anger – then Jesus came!

Britain sustained three home-grown terrorist attacks in 3 months. While the nation reeled the inferno at Grenfell Tower happened; the majority of victims were Muslim. Yet the Bible insists that even in despair God gives ‘treasure in darkness’ as a sign of the Kingdom breaking in. The media marvelled but couldn’t quite explain the impromptu solidarity – here’s some evidence of it.

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Passion for Mission Reflections by Phil Prior 4  

This is the fourth and final post in a series of blogs from Global Connections – A Passion for Mission at All Souls, Langham Place. The theme was “God’s Mission in a Time of Transition. What is the role of the UK in mission today in a world that has changed so much and continues to change?” This post is a reflection on Martin Lee’s session.Read more

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Passion for Mission Reflections by Phil Prior 3

This is the third of a series of blogs from Passion for Mission, which took place on the 8th June 2017 at All Souls, Langham Place. The theme was “God’s Mission in a Time of Transition. What is the role of the UK in mission today in a world that has changed so much and continues to change?” In this post I will be reflecting on words from Israel Olofinjana, who raised the four issues for partnering in mission across the world.Read more

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Passion for Mission Reflections 2

This is the second of a series of blogs from Passion for Mission, which took place on the 8th June 2017 at All Souls, Langham Place. The theme was “God’s Mission in a Time of Transition. What is the role of the UK in mission today in a world that has changed so much and continues to change?” In this post I will be reflecting on words from Louisa Evans, one of the speakers, who told us of her own experiences.Read more

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Contextualisation of the Gospel

The challenge of the contextualisation of the gospel is not be feared.  In fact it is one of the greatest gifts we have.  The Christian faith demands to be contextualised, and is made capable of such contextualisation because of the dynamic at work at its heart. From the outset, God contextualised his approach to humankind, through language and imagery, personal encounter and revelation.Read more