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When his book, Salt, Light and A City: Introducing Missional Ecclesiology was released in 2012, Graham Hill promised his readers a companion volume that would draw from theological works in the “Majority World” as a contribution to a better understanding of the missional nature and practice of the church. The promised book, Global Church: Reshaping our Conversations, Renewing our Mission, Revitalizing our Churches (Downer’s Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2016) is now available.... Continue reading
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Good news from Paris, France

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In December, after almost two weeks of negotiations, representatives of 195 countries agreed on steps to be taken to counteract the causes of climate change. The world breathed a sigh of relief at the great leap forward in the expression of unselfish concern for the earth and for future generations that will live here. Christians who take seriously the vocation to care for God’s creation celebrate the outcome of the Paris Climate... Continue reading
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Fractured but ripe

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As we enter a season of new beginnings, we may recall significant events that remind us of God's delight in making things new. One such event led me, last month, to visit the Richmond Hill Prison in the Caribbean’s “spice island” of Grenada. The prison, constructed as a hospital by the French in 1860, was converted into a prison after fire destroyed the original buildings. It attracted world attention when, after gaining... Continue reading
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On October 31, 2017, Christians will mark the 500th anniversary of the posting of Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses on the Castle Door at Wittenberg, Germany, that pivotal opening event of the Protestant Reformation. The Lutheran Catholic Commission on Unity has made a case for an ecumenical commemoration of this significant anniversary. The commission’s report, From Conflict to Communion, proposes a common remembrance of the Reformation by Christian World Communions. The commission’s proposal comes... Continue reading
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Lord, you have been a refuge to the poor, a refuge to the needy in their distress, a shelter from the rainstorm and a shade from the heat. When the blast of the ruthless was like a winter rainstorm, the noise of aliens like heat in a dry place, you subdued the heat with shade of clouds; the song of the ruthless was stilled (Isaiah 25:4-5 NRSV). You see their faces stained... Continue reading
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