Differences + Disagreements = Division? NO!

Differences + Disagreements = Division? NO!

The Church, like the rest of society, from time to time encounters conflict. All too often the way we deal with it becomes itself part of the problem. It does not have to end in tears, fractured relationships and resignations. The first century church had plenty of conflict – in fact conflict was often the […]

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To Engage or Not to Engage

To Engage or Not to Engage

This discussion will bring together two Christian leaders, Scot McKnight and Nola Leach, for a time of reflection on how the Church should engage with government and politicians. We will hear varying opinions on the matter, from Scot’s perspective that the core “method” or “manner” for Christian engagement is by being the church God designed, […]

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Stories We Tell: Films, Worldviews and Scripture

Stories We Tell: Films, Worldviews and Scripture

Film-makers and writers may set out to simply tell a good story, yet they cannot help but communicate deeper messages. That’s because our deep-rooted worldviews always show through in what we communicate. So the stories we tell touch on the most fundamental questions of life. In all the countless films that have been made, most […]

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Church in a Changing World

Church in a Changing World

The vision of the eternal kingdom is a global fellowship praising God in fellowship with one another and the church’s responsibility in our world is to begin to embody that global fellowship as a witness to God’s reconciling power unleashed in the world.

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