Monday, December 19, 2011

Everyday Church MP3s

Acts 29 Western Europe director Steve Timmis recently gave 8.5 hours of teaching in Exeter on the central importance of the church and of how that works out in
gospel communities. Its a mix of preaching and Q&A in the context of student workers, students, local church members and church leaders.
You can access it here: Everyday Church: Steve Timmis.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Introducing Jubilee+


I wanted to highlight and bring to your attention a new website recently launched by Newfrontiers, Jubilee+. It brings back to the centre of our attention care and compassion for the needy and the vulnerable and I hope it will be a significant resource for our churches. Here's the introduction from my friend and leader of the social justice team, Martin Charlesworth.
"What we are aiming to do is to provide you with the help you need to encourage and support you and your church in your social action agenda. We are aware that many churches are in need of resources, ideas, contacts and encouragement as they pursue their own projects and work in their communities. We hope this site provides something of what you need.This site is dedicated to social and community action within the Newfrontiers family of churches in the UK. However, if you are from another Church grouping we hope you find the information useful.Whilst the site is strongly focused on Newfrontiers, we will also feature partner organizations and important information about what is happening in other churches across the UK so you can see the wider context within which we are working."


Monday, September 12, 2011

Jubilee +

There are lots of places I’d rather spend a Saturday than Milton Keynes, I’m rather looking forward to meeting with countless others (though I suspect someone has counted) to hear Martin Charlesworth, Gavin Poole, Angela Kemm and Peter Lyndon remind us and inspire us to care about our social responsibility.

This is a big issue for us, and one that requires us to think deeply and act sensibly.  I hope that I will meet many of you there?

It’s not too late to sign up…

http://jubilee-plus.org/events/article/jubilee-autumn-conference

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Jubilee + (please spread the word)


A Newfrontiers conference to inspire, equip and empower your church to engage with the local community and its needs.


Speakers include Martin Charlesworth (Shrewsbury), Gavin Poole (The Centre for Social Justice), Angela Kemm (Bermondsey) and Peter Lyndon (Manchester).

Saturday 1st October, The Newlife Centre, Milton Keynes, 10.30am-5pm
Book online at: https://newfrontiersevents.org/nf1104/general/home.asp
Or find out more at: http://www.martincharlesworth.org/p/jubilee-plus-conference.html
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jubileeplus

Monday, June 6, 2011

Matt Giles: We Are Your Church

Here's a new song about the church from Matt Giles (Frontiers Church, Exeter)



"But You who are love and mercy
- No sea can quench Your jealous, raging flame -
Have given Yourself to redeem us,
Your death has brought us back to You again."

Download acoustic MP3: We are your church (Matt Giles)
Lyrics, story etc behind the song at Matt's blog.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Pastoral Refreshment Conference 2012 (by Living Leadership)

An opportunity for your church, or for a church leader in your city?
Pastoral Refreshment Conference 2012

Conference 1
(Terry Virgo): 

6-8th February 2012
Conference 2
(Peter Maiden, Operation Mobilisation):
8-10th February 2012

With its deep emphasis on experiencing God's grace, the annual Pastoral Refreshment Conference is regularly described as an essential oasis where church leaders and their spouses can receive from the Lord for the the refreshment of life and ministry. The Pastoral Refreshment Conference is expanding! Last year we ran out of places. However rather than create a larger conference, to keep the sense of intimacy and community that is appreciated by so many, in 2012 we will run two conferences back to back.

This year's theme is the glory of God. How does adoring, gazing on and reflecting his glory fan into flame our spiritual walks? You can expect inspiring preaching and great, practical seminars for your spiritual walk and spiritual leadership. There will be plenty of space for spending time with God and opportunites to form close bonds of friendship with others in leadership.

The conference is mainly intended for full time Christian leaders and spouses. However, if you carry significant leadership responsibility in your church, for example as an elder or church warden, you are also very welcome.

More via Living Leadership director Marcus Honeysett

Monday, May 9, 2011

Starting the week

 

Here are some posts from recent weeks you might have missed…

Monday, April 18, 2011

Start the Week IV

 

Have you read any fascinating or thought provoking blogs this week?

Why not comment and let us know what you’ve been reading.

Don’t forget you can SUBSCRIBE to a free feed from this site using any number of aggregators and readers by clicking here

Monday, April 4, 2011

Start The Week III

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Monday, March 28, 2011

Start the week II

 

Did you know you can subscribe to receive blog updates from this site?  Click here and choose your update method

Monday, March 21, 2011

Start the week

Isn’t it time we did something about Sex Trafficking?  Simon Benham has some thoughts on what they hope to do to fight back.

Dan Partridge argues that you can’t have human rights without God

Theology

NewFrontiers Theology Forum have responded to the Rob Bell debate and Phil Whittal has a 2nd ‘final’ summary over on his blog, while Marcus Tutt urges us to think of a second death

Dave Capener is looking for 2nd Generation Evangelical Christians to help him answer some questions

The Resurgence (not a Newfrontiers blog) is kicking off a 3 month series on Biblical Theology which I anticipate will be well worth a look.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

New blog about working with students

The guys at Grace Church Nottingham have a blog you might want to keep track of, especially if you work with students. It is inspirationally called The Student

Thursday, February 3, 2011

A new blog on family life

Hi guys, just wanted to let you know about a new blog by Emma Dawson from Brighton. It's focus is on family life, being a mum and loving Jesus. So check it out here

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Theology Matters

The Newfrontiers Theology forum have a swanky new website and blog which is certainly an impressive design. Hopefully with regular contributors this will definitely be a site to keep an eye on.

My Blog List

Monday, December 19, 2011

Everyday Church MP3s

Acts 29 Western Europe director Steve Timmis recently gave 8.5 hours of teaching in Exeter on the central importance of the church and of how that works out in
gospel communities. Its a mix of preaching and Q&A in the context of student workers, students, local church members and church leaders.
You can access it here: Everyday Church: Steve Timmis.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Introducing Jubilee+


I wanted to highlight and bring to your attention a new website recently launched by Newfrontiers, Jubilee+. It brings back to the centre of our attention care and compassion for the needy and the vulnerable and I hope it will be a significant resource for our churches. Here's the introduction from my friend and leader of the social justice team, Martin Charlesworth.
"What we are aiming to do is to provide you with the help you need to encourage and support you and your church in your social action agenda. We are aware that many churches are in need of resources, ideas, contacts and encouragement as they pursue their own projects and work in their communities. We hope this site provides something of what you need.This site is dedicated to social and community action within the Newfrontiers family of churches in the UK. However, if you are from another Church grouping we hope you find the information useful.Whilst the site is strongly focused on Newfrontiers, we will also feature partner organizations and important information about what is happening in other churches across the UK so you can see the wider context within which we are working."


Monday, September 12, 2011

Jubilee +

There are lots of places I’d rather spend a Saturday than Milton Keynes, I’m rather looking forward to meeting with countless others (though I suspect someone has counted) to hear Martin Charlesworth, Gavin Poole, Angela Kemm and Peter Lyndon remind us and inspire us to care about our social responsibility.

This is a big issue for us, and one that requires us to think deeply and act sensibly.  I hope that I will meet many of you there?

It’s not too late to sign up…

http://jubilee-plus.org/events/article/jubilee-autumn-conference

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Jubilee + (please spread the word)


A Newfrontiers conference to inspire, equip and empower your church to engage with the local community and its needs.


Speakers include Martin Charlesworth (Shrewsbury), Gavin Poole (The Centre for Social Justice), Angela Kemm (Bermondsey) and Peter Lyndon (Manchester).

Saturday 1st October, The Newlife Centre, Milton Keynes, 10.30am-5pm
Book online at: https://newfrontiersevents.org/nf1104/general/home.asp
Or find out more at: http://www.martincharlesworth.org/p/jubilee-plus-conference.html
Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jubileeplus

Monday, June 6, 2011

Matt Giles: We Are Your Church

Here's a new song about the church from Matt Giles (Frontiers Church, Exeter)



"But You who are love and mercy
- No sea can quench Your jealous, raging flame -
Have given Yourself to redeem us,
Your death has brought us back to You again."

Download acoustic MP3: We are your church (Matt Giles)
Lyrics, story etc behind the song at Matt's blog.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Pastoral Refreshment Conference 2012 (by Living Leadership)

An opportunity for your church, or for a church leader in your city?
Pastoral Refreshment Conference 2012

Conference 1
(Terry Virgo): 

6-8th February 2012
Conference 2
(Peter Maiden, Operation Mobilisation):
8-10th February 2012

With its deep emphasis on experiencing God's grace, the annual Pastoral Refreshment Conference is regularly described as an essential oasis where church leaders and their spouses can receive from the Lord for the the refreshment of life and ministry. The Pastoral Refreshment Conference is expanding! Last year we ran out of places. However rather than create a larger conference, to keep the sense of intimacy and community that is appreciated by so many, in 2012 we will run two conferences back to back.

This year's theme is the glory of God. How does adoring, gazing on and reflecting his glory fan into flame our spiritual walks? You can expect inspiring preaching and great, practical seminars for your spiritual walk and spiritual leadership. There will be plenty of space for spending time with God and opportunites to form close bonds of friendship with others in leadership.

The conference is mainly intended for full time Christian leaders and spouses. However, if you carry significant leadership responsibility in your church, for example as an elder or church warden, you are also very welcome.

More via Living Leadership director Marcus Honeysett

Monday, May 9, 2011

Starting the week

 

Here are some posts from recent weeks you might have missed…

Monday, April 18, 2011

Start the Week IV

 

Have you read any fascinating or thought provoking blogs this week?

Why not comment and let us know what you’ve been reading.

Don’t forget you can SUBSCRIBE to a free feed from this site using any number of aggregators and readers by clicking here

Monday, April 4, 2011

Start The Week III

.
Don’t forget you can SUBSCRIBE to a free feed from this site using any number of aggregators and readers by clicking here

Monday, March 28, 2011

Start the week II

 

Did you know you can subscribe to receive blog updates from this site?  Click here and choose your update method

Monday, March 21, 2011

Start the week

Isn’t it time we did something about Sex Trafficking?  Simon Benham has some thoughts on what they hope to do to fight back.

Dan Partridge argues that you can’t have human rights without God

Theology

NewFrontiers Theology Forum have responded to the Rob Bell debate and Phil Whittal has a 2nd ‘final’ summary over on his blog, while Marcus Tutt urges us to think of a second death

Dave Capener is looking for 2nd Generation Evangelical Christians to help him answer some questions

The Resurgence (not a Newfrontiers blog) is kicking off a 3 month series on Biblical Theology which I anticipate will be well worth a look.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

New blog about working with students

The guys at Grace Church Nottingham have a blog you might want to keep track of, especially if you work with students. It is inspirationally called The Student

Thursday, February 3, 2011

A new blog on family life

Hi guys, just wanted to let you know about a new blog by Emma Dawson from Brighton. It's focus is on family life, being a mum and loving Jesus. So check it out here

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Theology Matters

The Newfrontiers Theology forum have a swanky new website and blog which is certainly an impressive design. Hopefully with regular contributors this will definitely be a site to keep an eye on.