"This time tomorrow - when we are in that place that God wants us to be in our employment or our community or our home or our work we're dispersed but we are still the church.We're the church when we gather; we're the church when we're dispersed ... it gives us a rhythm - we gather and disperse, we … [Read more...] about Vocational discipleship – Roger Walton
This page provides links to the presentations given by Neil Hudson during his visit to Queensland in April 2016. Kenmore Baptist Church AM Service (Video, 43:02), Mission Matters, Luke 10. 17 April, 2016Kenmore Baptist Church PM Service (Video, 53:29, includes Q&A), Developing a Vision for … [Read more...] about Neil Hudson visit April 2016 – recorded talks
Rev. Dr. Neil Hudson from the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity is coming to Australia (well, just Queensland actually!) for a series of events from April 17-24, 2016.One of the key events will be a four day Masters Intensive exploring the challenge of "Developing a Whole Life Disciple … [Read more...] about Developing a Whole Life Disciple Making Church Community – a Malyon Intensive with Neil Hudson
"Most Christians do not have a theological framework that accommodates the integration of faith and vocation. Many are even hostile to the idea. They are more comfortable with a life that is not integrated, compartmentalizing work and discipleship. Any attempts at integration feel like intrusions … [Read more...] about Six Ideas on How to Lead Congregations to Integrate Work and Discipleship
A great song that to help your congregation focus on whole-life-discipleship. Lyrics God in my living There in my breathing God in my waking God in my sleeping God in my resting There in my working God in my thinking God in my speaking Be my everything Be my everything Be my everything Be my … [Read more...] about Everything – Tim Hughes
In August-September 2013, the Toowoomba Community Baptist Church conducted a six week sermon series on the topic, Thank God It’s Monday (TGIM). Our goal was to attack the sacred-secular divide – the pervasive belief that there are some segments of life that are really important to God (prayer, … [Read more...] about “Thank God it’s Monday” – sermon series report
The following article by Graham Hooper appeared originally in the May 2013 edition of Evangelicals Now and is reposted here by permission. Can you do a little mental arithmetic? Assuming you live to your early 60s, how many hours will you have spent at work? Now, do a similar exercise. Think about … [Read more...] about None of God’s business?