Tag Archives: TOM

the biggest movement of the Holy Spirit

“There will be evidenced in the churches something that has not been seen before — a coming together of those with an emphasis on the Word and those with an emphasis on the Spirit. When the Word and the Spirit … Continue reading

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poverty

Ladies and gentlemen, I am in Asia! Landed in Singapore today; heading to Hong Kong to hang out with some exciting church planters tomorrow, whom my church in Coventry sent out last summer. (As their ex-international student worker I take … Continue reading

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what do you make?

Do you work for a church? And if you do, what are the implications of being paid by your church to go and make disciples (which is, hopefully, what your job with your church is about), when everyone else who’s … Continue reading

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Simple rhythms

As you may know, I’ve been thinking a lot about the simple rhythms that help us to live well recently, especially when life gets busy. Something that added a new perspective to these thoughts was my recent visit to Corrie … Continue reading

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imagine sept 2017

So I was at a conference by these great guys recently, and one of the things we were prompted to do was to tell the story of studentwork at your church five years into the future; into the future that … Continue reading

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house retreat

I’ve just gotten home from a retreat day with my housemates. We’ve lived together for the last year, four twentysomething girls all figuring out how to follow Jesus together, and took the day out to talk about how we can … Continue reading

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what is a family?

I’m continuing to think about this whole family thing here today. Three key learnings from Edith Schaeffer’s excellent if slightly dated What is a Family?, which I read on retreat recently: 1) Perfection kills family. When we set up the choice … Continue reading

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