Learning From Mission In The Majority World – with Graham Hill

When accomplished academic and author Graham Hill was told by his family that nobody wanted to read his books he knew that he had to learn new media skills in order to connect with people and pass on critical information that can help shape mission. That determination has led to an epic global exploration that is unearthing a treasure trove of interviews and perspectives. (more…)

Breaking Down The Walls Of Racial Separation In Our Churches – Michael Frost

At face value, Australian churches seem to be fairly racially divided. There seems to be distinct, racially separate churches for a multitude of racial groupings and cultures from Afrikaaners through to Zulu’s. Well not quite, I haven’t spotted a Zulu Baptist Church yet but just about everything else seems to exist. This seems to suggest a range of things, the least flattering being that we don’t mix very well interracially. But is this true?, or is the face value picture not telling the whole story? Michael Frost explores this issue in the Tinsley Papers Summer Edition and asks “If the kingdom of God is multiracial then why aren’t our churches?” (more…)

Keeping pace with population growth

“Surely there is no vocation, no vision, no commitment more precious to God. Surely there is nothing more significant to humanity than the multiplication of redeemed communities of people who love the Lord with all their heart, mind and strength, and who also love their neighbour”  (more…)