Jesus commanded his followers to go into all the world and preach the good news. This was a geographical and ethnic mandate – to all people groups (Greek ethnos) across the world. It was also a cultural mandate to go into every sector of society (Greek kosmos), which includes the spheres of education, family, religion, business, politics, media, as well as arts and entertainment.
Click here to access a variety of posts on this theme, including subjects such as: evangelism for non-evangelists, incarnational mission, marketplace ministries, justice, community surveys, defining the gospel, apologetics, and world missions.… Read the rest
With the recent Global Atheists Convention in Melbourne, it's worthwhile thinking about religion, including science and faith. Some people think that religion is dangerous and has done a lot of damage in the world. Obviously, there is an element of truth in that.… Read the rest
Technology, love it or hate it, it's part of our lives. For me, it can either be a great servant or a cruel task-master. The key is whether you are serving it or it is serving you. It's a matter of control and setting boundaries (something I'm stilling working on!).… Read the rest
God created us as spirit beings, with a soul (mind, will and emotions), living in a physical body. Life should be lived 'inside out' yet so often we get caught up in the physical and/or emotional aspects of our world. It's time to go a little deeper – into our heart and our spirit.… Read the rest
I am passionate about personal development. God's gift to us is our potential. Our gift back to him is what we do with it. Cemeteries are filled with undeveloped potential and dreams that never grew legs. Don't add to those statistics.… Read the rest
It is often said that everything rises and falls on leadership. No doubt, there is a lot of truth in that statement. Any time you find something good happening, you can usually trace it back to a leader who is leading well.… Read the rest