Sam Hēnare (New Zealand) speaks about contextualising the gospel to reach the Māori community.
Ryan Saville speaks on I John 2:15-16, racial injustice, privilege and Evangelical response in the context of South Africa.
Anna Lyndon (Turkey) looks at the purity laws in Leviticus, and especially on their impact on women.
Fusi Mokoena (Dubai) tells the story of how God brought him from a small, rural town in South Africa to be leading a church in the great city of Dubai.
Linda Geevanathan (UK) passionately exhorts us to open our eyes to the beauty of diversity in the body of Christ.
Karen Khachatryan (Armenia) teaches as a Middle Eastern man on how to read the Bible, which is a Middle Eastern book, in its cultural context.
Andy McCullough (UK) takes seven stories from the genealogy of Jesus Christ to show that marginal people are central to the narrative of the Bible.
Vlada Stojanovic (Serbia) in a passionate plea for the people of God to dream of a better future and a glorious church.
Systems and operation may not be the most glamorous aspect of church life, but they are crucial to making multisite work well. In this webinar we lift the lid on what it takes to manage a church that exists across a number of sites. Whilst some of the application varies depending on the number of sites and complexity of the organisation, this will be a practical conversation that covers principles that are important in any stage and style of multisite church.
Special Guest: Phil Varley (senior associate pastor of Kings Church London)
The rapid spread of the Covid-19 virus and accompanying social distancing measures have impacted almost every facet of our society. The inability to gather in person for Sunday meetings, community groups and other occasions presents a significant challenge for church life, and we have spent much of the last week at Christ Church Manchester reflecting on what best to do. In this webinar we talk about some of our thinking and engage with whatever questions you have on the topic.