Monthly Archives: January 2014

More About Anabaptist Distinctives

Following my post yesterday someone drew my attention to this excellent article from the US Mennonite Brethren. The original post is here 12 Principles Of Anabaptism Which of these are most attractive to you ? I’ll post my thoughts later … Continue reading

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HELP I THINK I AM TURNING AMISH, WELL ANABAPTIST

In his book the NAKED ANABAPTIST Stuart Murray Williams describes the core convictions of the Anabaptist movement. In case the term is new to you, the Anabaptists were the people behind the so radical reformation in Europe. The Amish are … Continue reading

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UNLEARNING: The Gospel ?

I have posted a couple of pieces today about rethinking church and mission, obviously closely linked to this is how we understand the Gospel. Howard Snyder recently posted an excellent article about the most common ways that we distort the … Continue reading

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UNLEARNING CHURCH

My last post was about learning to be church in new ways for a new era, so I thought I would update an old post about “unlearning” church because we can’t learn to live as God’s people in new effective … Continue reading

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JOSHUA GENERATION: Learning To Be God’s People In A New Way For A New Era

Notes for a sermon I gave yesterday INTRODUCTION NEW YEAR …. feels like one era has just finished and a new era is just about to begin When we encounter Joshua 1 we are encountering a group of people who … Continue reading

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JOSHUA GENERATION: Becoming God’s People In A New Way For A New Era

Notes f Notes for a New Year’s sermon from a few years ago INTRODUCTION NEW YEAR …. feels like one era has just finished and a new era is just about to begin When we encounter Joshua 1 we are … Continue reading

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