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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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steve
Mar 13 2019, 09:38
A book chapter proposal for a proposed special journal edition on ‘Mission, Faith, Work and Economics.’ I wasn’t expecting to write this on sabbatical, but last week I found 900 words of notes and resources from a workshop I led last year. The week day church as a hermeneutic of the gospel: an action research […]
steve
Mar 04 2019, 01:54
When the Presbyterian Church formed KCML in 2006, the goals for the College included research. KCML is to be responsive to trends and training needs and to foster and facilitate high quality research into these needs and trends. It makes sense, in a time of rapid change, to create capacity for action-reflection on ministry and […]
steve
Mar 01 2019, 02:24
For this Sabbath time A stroll in life’s light Illuminated in silence Divine with human In steps Of writing First expressions Tracing the light in dark of community, institution, structure A path Hewn in love God’s marks of mission Tihei mauri ora -Now read again, from bottom to top
steve
Feb 21 2019, 20:40
It is a great privilege to be part of the launch, and a contributor, to Listening to the People of the Land: Christianity, Colonisation and the Path to Redemption, edited by Susan Healy. Susan contacted me in April 2018, asking if I could contribute some words. I had a range of deadlines looming, but I […]
steve
Feb 14 2019, 05:04
Children of the waters: whirlpools, waiora, baptism and missio Dei Keywords: Missio Dei, baptism, indigenous, Māori, early Christian art, environment Abstract: From space, the Pacific glitters in ocean blue. What might the world’s largest ocean contribute to missio Dei? A spiral methodology is used to trace connections between the baptism of Jesus, early Christian art, […]