Tag Archives: Mission

Book Review – Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret

For many years I have been familiar with the name of Hudson Taylor, whilst knowing little other than that he had been a missionary to China in the late 19th Century. His name was always spoken in a way that … Continue reading

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Book Review – Winning hearts, changing minds

A while ago I wrote a partial review of this book – here is the promised full version! In this book, Martin Robinson sets out to explore the history of mission to discover how to reverse the recent decline in … Continue reading

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Book review: Winning hearts, changing minds – halfway

(Confession: At the Frontline conference in January, I made a personal commitment to read a book a every month and post a review. So far I have not completed one book. This review is based on reading the first few … Continue reading

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Review: Hope has Wings

Following the Frontline 2012 conference, I set an aim of reading a book a month. The test of my success was to write a review. Well, this has been our “book at bedtime” for more than four weeks! Hope has … Continue reading

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Is Something Missing?

I’ve wrestled for some time with the sense that something is missing in our Christian churches, and in so many Christians lives. Why is it that we end up focussed on such silly things when Jesus promises abundant life? I … Continue reading

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Entrusted with the future

Returned late last night from officers’ councils at Swanwick. This year’s theme was “Entrusted with the Future”. As always, some attended reluctantly. After five previous sessions, we arrived expecting at least one meeting to speak to us. Nevertheless a few … Continue reading

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