This graphic, along with a supporting article under the byline of Dr Gina A Zurlo, Co-Director, Center for the Study of Global Christianity, and published by Gordon-Conwell Online provides an insight into the nature of worldwide Christianity. These sorts of explanations provide a picture of connectedness, while also understanding how small our own local connections …

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A quote from a recent book by Carl Trueman, as posted here. “The task of the Christian is not to whine about the moment in which he or she lives but to understand its problems and respond appropriately to them.” The more Christians see their mission as nurturing a cultural norm, the more they’ll grow …

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This post from Laura Cerbus plays around with thoughts that are floating through my mind and that I can’t nail down. If the current pandemic had occurred even fifteen years ago the current responses to it would be impossible. If I hear another pastoral leader communicating about how they’re making productive use of this ‘opportunity’ …

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Analysis of the situation of Shopping Malls that have closed in the USA in a video report from Wired. It’s interesting to hear the balance of over-supply, changes in shopping habits, and changes in people’s social gathering habits are all thought to contribute to the change. No one thing has contributed to the decline, and …

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