Tag Archives: Christianity

Collaborative or Counter-Cultural? – Creative Tension part 1

Continuing his guest series on creative tension, Andy Wier encourages us to look beyond our ‘default setting’. As local churches, how should we relate to other organisations in our community like the Council, Police and secular voluntary sector providers? Should … Continue reading

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Creative tension

This week we have a new guest blogger, who is going to be writing a series of blogs for us following on from his doctoral research into tensions that charismatic evangelical churches face in their community mission. This post is … Continue reading

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Transforming a building for social change

Here we have a guest blog from Graeme Warwood, a church warden at St Stephen’s Tonbridge, about the value of using a church building for the community. Over the course of the past 7 years the physical interior of St … Continue reading

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Reality of Conflict

What is conflict? If I disagree with you on a subject, are we in conflict or is that just disagreement? I have spent most of this week in Coventry at Faith in Conflict, looking at this very subject. I was … Continue reading

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