Community Development Amongst the Least-reached and the Emergence of Vibrant Communities of Jesus Followers: The story of Hope for Tomorrow Global, Burundi Again, and again, we hear stories of how vibrant communities of Jesus followers can grow out of working with those who are poor and living on the margins. In this video, Nigel […]
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.