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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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Jul 31 2020, 08:10
I was hosted “online” by the Port Phillip East Presbytery today, talking about …. connection, interaction, contemplation, and engaging spiritual practices beyond Sunday worship. … what leaders are trying and discovering about ways to form disciples in a dispersed community … ministry as play, about creativity and risk and about how the Spirit takes us […]
steve
Jul 28 2020, 11:03
At the heart of action is reflection. Reflection is generated by feedback. We can gain feedback in at least 7 ways. Each has advantages and disadvantages. With feedback, we honour the other. From feedback, we begin to learn. Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash 1 – Formative participant feedback; informally Formative because this feedback is […]
steve
Jul 17 2020, 04:13
I spoke on mission and innovation at Central Presbytery earlier this week. By the wonders of technology, the minimum 90 minute flight took 9 seconds as I walked downstairs and turned on zoom. I offered 10 minutes on mission. What does good mission leadership look like, using art and Biblical reflection and the excellent Stanley […]
steve
Jul 08 2020, 07:51
One of my tasks over the last months has been to lead Faculty and interns in shifting a 9-day face to face intensive into a 10 -day online intensive. This has involved upskilling Faculty who have never before taught online and experimenting with ministry interns in new practices around online spiritual formation. Today I worked […]
steve
Jul 04 2020, 05:51
A few weeks ago, I wrote – Is that your Bible? – an opinion piece for ABC Religion and Ethics online. In about 850 words, I analysed a moment in popular culture – Donald Trump’s photo op in front of St. John’s Church – and reflected on what it might mean to read a sacred […]