Just read an amusing list of myths about the emerging church. Not sure that I have heard them all used in the UK context. I think I may have added a few of my own to the list. What do you think are the most unfounded things you have heard about the Emerging Church?
Ruth Gledhill at The Times has written an interesting article called “Bang! Crash! Kill those Canaanites! The Bible on your X-Box”. This got me thinking about how this fits into the emerging conversation. It is clear that the scriptures are of great importance to our faith. My experience over the last ten years is that people invariably
In my spare time I am a keen photographer and take an active role in the Leeds Flickr Group. One of the guys there pointed out this video at the BBC. It is about how some blind or visually impaired people have been engaging with photography. The results are stunning!
This quote is taken from Jonny Baker’s blog. church is always spelt with a lower case ‘c’. church is always plural and never singular. church is not the space we mostly meet in. church needs neither prefix nor suffix. church is as much a verb as it is a noun. church is, for us, an
Doug Chaplin has written a really thought provoking blog article on the “weirdness of Church” that seems pertinent to the emerging conversation.
I have received a brief email from Richard Staples about BBC Radio Leeds on Sunday. Sunday morning just after the 8.30 News I am organising a virtual church service for people unable to get to church on Sunday morning. It will be a short 15 minutes or so to include a Bible reading, short talk