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Books I have been reading in December

It has been so long since I have done a book related blog post! I have however, been reading a lot – perhaps too much. I’m not going to list every single book I have read since my last post because I’ll be sat here forever. 532 more words


A Multi-Faith Prayer Vigil for Peace

With all of the many divisions in our world, why wouldn’t people of different faiths want to demonstrate that there is a way for us to come together and pray for peace? 62 more words

Modern Church

You Lost Me (Kinnaman)

David Kinnaman, You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church…and Rethinking Faith

Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Publishing, 2011.

Three (that come to mind) of my peers in the department of Bible, Missions, and Ministry at ACU are now working in traditional ministerial contexts. 1,465 more words


Don't judge us by our "professional" Christians...

We haven’t even begun to experience the fallout from the publication of data from Ashley Madison, promoted as “the world’s leading married dating service for discreet encounters.” … 1,190 more words

Key Ministry

Ministering to Millennials (Part II - Who Are They and What's Driving Them Away?)

Last week we said that the research suggests Americans are less frequently labeling themselves “Christian” and those who are have lost a great deal of Christian orthodoxy in beliefs and practice, i.e. 2,204 more words

Book Review - Churchless: Understanding Today's Unchurched and How to Connect With Them (23/12)

Atheism has been on the rise increasingly for the past few years, while this book is not about atheism, it is certainly similar to about another issue the church is facing — the rising number of the unchurched. 332 more words

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