Changing Church in Every Place
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All over the country, Christians are beginning new initiatives to connect with those who are currently outside the church. Presented by Diane Louise Jordan, this DVD focuses on four specific areas where fresh expressions of church are breaking new ground:
Work, rest and play - Fresh expressions of church in places of employment (20 minutes)
A new harvest? - Fresh expressions of church in rural areas (20 minutes)
The Lord is here - Fresh expressions of church in the sacremental tradition (20 minutes)
Generate - Fresh expressions of church for young people (20 minutes)
In addition there are six discussion starters. These feature experienced contributors, who will help you and your team unpack your thinking about contemporary mission and fresh expressions of church.
- Why is being mission-shaped so important? (6 minutes)
- Listening to your community (6 minutes)
- Starting a fresh expression (6 minutes)
- Sustaining fresh expressions (6 minutes)
- Discipleship (6 minutes)
- The allotment - a short story ( 6 minutes)
This is an excellent training tool for those interested in contemporary mission and fresh expressions of church.
"I've practically 'worn out' the first Expressions DVD, I've used it so much! These new, powerful and inspiring stories reflect that, whatever your context, with God ordinary folk really can do extraordinary things. Go for it - you CAN do it!" -- Sally Thornton, Methodist Local Preacher and Fresh Expressions Associate Minister
"I'm colossally encouraged by the amount of activity that there seems to be around the church at the moment. This DVD tells part of this new story: I hope you will watch it, give thanks to God and get involved!" -- Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury
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