Intergenerate Conference 2019
InterGenerate is the only conference designed to support faith leaders AND academics in sharing new ideas in faith formation research and practice to create Christian faith communities that bridge generational gaps and encourage intergenerational culture.
The will to live in the love of Easter!
Having celebrated the events of Easter, we continue to wonder "so what?" Do we have the will to live within this new life for ourselves and others?
But….. early in the morning on the first day of the week
We have been given everything necessary to live lives of generous forgiveness, extravagant love and abundant life. The question is do we have the will to make it happen?
Meaning from Chaos
As humans, we innately attach meaning to objects, places and people. It is part of how we find joy in life. We live at a time when those institutions we have previously relied upon to make meaning are falling down around us. Amid the rubble that this leaves, how will we make new …
The audio above is from my sermon from Sunday the 7 April 2019 and explores the idea that Extravagant love is a love that seeks to act or serve the other without personal agenda or benefit!
Guided Participation helps create sticky faith
First Pubished 4 April 2018 http://www.generationstogether.org.au Have you ever wondered how best to pass on faith? As we observe our churches, schools and community one of our central challenges appears to be developing a faith in others that will stick. What we refer to as a “sticky faith” is a term that has become used …
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At the heart of being the church is being a living example of God’s desire for connection. By connection, I mean that very human need for caring relationship one with another that flows out of knowing the love of God.
In defense of a feminist!
Very rarely does an image like this capture the complexity of the issue to which the person who publishes it is drawing our attention. One picture and 14 words can do little to add to the important discussion other than creating a more polarised debate that sees us even further apart.