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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
Oct 13 2019, 21:39
I had a go at introducing highlighter worship on Sunday morning. And it worked really well. The Psalm for the day, Psalm 65, was an invitation to gratitude, while the lectionary text was Luke 17:11-19, with the encouragement to take time to return and give thanks. I was preaching in a local church, a visitor, […]
steve
Oct 10 2019, 03:56
A few years ago, I began a research conversation with Dr Christine Woods, a Professor at the Business School at Auckland University. We had a mutual interest in social entrepreneurship and a shared question: does Christian faith offer anything to innovation? What in Christian resources might encourage the making of all things new? One of […]
steve
Oct 07 2019, 09:43
I began Listening in Mission 2019 as online continuing education cohort experience a few weeks ago. It’s the 3rd year in a row we as KCML have offered this online educative local mission in neighbourhood experience. In preparing for the opening session (of five), I wanted to articulate some of the missiology that shaped the […]
steve
Sep 20 2019, 10:32
After my paper on Craftivism as mission at Ecclesiology and Ethnography, I was introduced to this piece of art. It is a Salvador Dali lithograph, owned by Durham University, which sits in the St Johns College dining room. It is titled “Illustration of the Bible, Jeremiah 1:5. Before I formed you in the womb I […]
steve
Sep 19 2019, 06:44
Today I was scheduled to present a paper on craftivism as missiology at the Ecclesiology and Ethnography 2019 conference. By a strange quirk of fate, I found myself presenting my paper not once but twice. Conferences tend to group presentations together and I was scheduled to present second at 9:45 am. I arrived at 8:50 […]