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sustain:if:able kiwi

steve taylor seeking a sustain-if-able spirituality with God/self/people/place/culture :: in process :: all thoughts personal and provisional Read more: http://www.emergentkiwi.org.nz/#ixzz2JwdhGYQd Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial

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Jan 16 2019, 20:59
One of the Gospel readings for this week is Mark 1:14-20 and includes the story of Jesus calling Simon, Andrew, James and John to a learning community, sharing a journey of growing together. Since this is a text about the beginning of something, it invites us (as KCML Faculty) as we begin the year, to […]
steve
Jan 15 2019, 09:49
In September last year, I was asked to speak at the Transitional (Anglican) Cathedral in Christchurch. It was a 30 minute talk as part of Prophets in the Cathedral, a combined event run by the Diocesan Education Office and the Cathedral. I was delighted to be asked and I really enjoyed putting something new together. […]
steve
Jan 14 2019, 01:58
Arts and Cultures in Christian Ministry and Mission Maggi Dawn – songwriter, theologian, worship curator – is in New Zealand to teach a 4 day intensive Tuesday, January 29 to Friday, February 1, 2019. Arts and Cultures in Christian Ministry and Mission looks amazing and I’d be their if I wasn’t teaching a KCML pre-intensive.  […]
steve
Jan 13 2019, 06:38
Yesterday I emailed off a journal article to an international journal. It felt good – 10,000 words is an excellent achievement. It is a co-authored piece with an indigenous colleague. The work began a year ago, with an initial abstract (here). Over 2018, we have read together, talked, looked at some early Christian baptismal art, […]
steve
Jan 06 2019, 04:49
“we observed his star” (Matthew 2:2) And so for the Magi of Matthew’s gospel, following the stars is a way of navigating toward faith. Star gazing, star navigating, star following is an indigenous way of knowing. Star hangs on ears of night, defining light … The bottom line is to know where to go – […]