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Check out this – with Mike Frost, Ed Stetzer, Dan Kimball & others in Sydney (24-26 Feb 2012). For info and registration.
Check out this really significant article in The Economist about Martin Luther and social media/networks. There are extremely important principles!
Graham and Ailsa Ure have had simple church in their home each Saturday for 18 months now – but, simple church is not a one hour worship service. A number of factors motivated their move from long involvement in established conventional churches, including – none of the many friends they invited to church (over many… Continue reading
Checkout these 3 short videos that demonstrate missional community life at Verge.
Last Thursday I picked up Wayne Jacobsen and Dave Coleman’s, “So you don’t want to go to church anymore!’ It is a challenging read – but very helpful. The authors get at some critical issues – and, for me, some of their insights and narratives came ‘very close to home’! One of the great dangers… Continue reading
Cottage Beck Café Church was established as a link to the community in Scunthorpe (Lincolnshire). The Church in the Pub (the Kingsway @ the Queensway) was seen as another link to the community. With this in mind the In Touch meetings on Tuesday evenings – after the Café closes – was designed for deeper Bible… Continue reading
50 young people from across Western Australia spent this last weekend reflecting on the Book of Acts, praying, listening to God, experiencing the presence of the Holy Spirit, reading their Bibles – and discussing how God may want them to relate the gospel to their unchurched friends. It was not a weekend of presentations. Many… Continue reading
After seven months of dreaming and planning, two families started a new ‘venture’ on 3 February 07 in their local community, Kariong – north of Sydney. “We are not exactly sure what to call it,” says Laurel Ansell – the team leader. “While we are currently a ministry of Central Coast Community Church, we are… Continue reading
Level Seven was launched in June 2006 and provides opportunities for networking and fellowship with people who want to make a difference in society. Level Seven was launched by a group of professionals in London who dreamt of an environment where they could invite their colleagues – where they could challenge them intellectually and introduce… Continue reading