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
Graham Kings introduces the Regnum Edinburgh Centenary Series by exploring four landscapes of the contemporary world and mission studies: digital, doctrinal, bloody and biographical.
As he begins his new post as Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, Graham Kings speaks to Wim Houtman and Dick Schinkelshoek, religion journalists with Nederlands Dagblad, the evangelical daily newspaper in the Netherlands.
The address given on Friday 26 June 2015 at a lunch event organised by the Center for Anglican Communion Studies (of Virginia Theological Seminary) and the Compass Rose Society, at General Convention of The Episcopal Church, Salt Lake City.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Church Mission Society and Durham University have partnered to create an innovative seven-year post to promote theological reflection, with a particular focus on Africa, Asia and Latin America. The new Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, Bishop Graham Kings, reflects on his new calling.