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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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steve
Dec 21 2020, 04:38
A prayer I wrote a few months ago, leading a Listening in Mission class online, beginning with the practice of Dwelling in the Word with a group of KCML interns. Burning bush prayer Lord, When Iā€™m working ā€“ tending sheep, being responsible Help me turn aside to contemplate mystery, seek warmth, feel the burn of […]
steve
Dec 13 2020, 08:09
Another (3rd) positive academic book review of First Expressions: innovation and the mission of God in an international academic journal. Following reviews in Ecclesiology and Scottish Episcopal Institute Journal, this review is in Practical Theology, an international journal of the British and Irish Association of Practical Theology. The reviewer is Sally Rush, who is from […]
steve
Dec 11 2020, 05:32
The Theology Department at Otago University have a lovely tradition, an annual end of year celebration of books written by Faculty and former post-graduates. Since I was a PhD post-graduate student of Theology at Otago back in the day, I was invited (back!) to celebrate First Expressions: Innovation and the Mission of God, the book […]
steve
Dec 07 2020, 22:47
Another review of First Expressions: Innovation and the Mission of God, this time by Eleanor Charman in the Scottish Episcopal Institute Journal 4, 3,(Autumn 2020), 91ā€“93. Rev Eleanor Charman is a priest at St Peter and the Holy Rood Episcopal Church and the first full-time curate ordained in Caithness since 1746 (According to here). So […]
steve
Dec 04 2020, 02:44
With the wonders of modern technology, I “flew” to Melbourne today, along with Dr Lynne Taylor, to “present” (online) at the Association of Practical Theology of Oceania virtual 2020 conference. It was made possible through video conferencing, with creative use of pre-recorded papers, watched by participants prior, followed by live discussion, open to all conference...