Do you have to be evangelical to plant churches and win disciples?
Bishop Graham reflects on what art and poetry can mean for mission.
Graham Kings reflects on his time in Seoul for the IAMS conference
This book seeks to “liberate the gospel” from the Western church’s narrow, parochial view of the world, and also perhaps from our limited view of Scripture and its contexts….It’s theological dynamite!
A profile of Michael Green and ten lessons in evangelism learned from him.
Graham Kings reflects on the time he spent in Cairo for the first Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion Conference.
The introduction to Elaine Storkey’s new book, “Scars Across Humanity” names the problem of violence against women which we need to understand and overcome.
The book is tough reading, it should have a warning sticker declaring “this book should change your life”….As the church begins to wake up to some forms of violence against women, with a majority focus on trafficking, Elaine’s book brings together lots of strands that have remained (for the most part) disconnected from each other.
As the Paris Climate Change Conference meets, Graham Kings explores climate justice by relating three of the marks of mission to the insights of African Anglican theologians.
A sermon at King’s College Chapel reflecting on Charles Simeon