Category - mission

  • 5 Jun 2010

    Pope Benedict XVI has sent a formal greeting to delegates, visitors and staff attending the Edinburgh 2010 event exploring world Christianity and its mission in the modern world.

  • 5 Jun 2010

    The most effective means for 21st-century mission will be found in attitudes of “hope and humility”, a US professor has told the Edinburgh 2010 world Christianity gathering.

  • 3 Jun 2010

    Within the lifetime of participants in the Edinburgh 2010 conference, says Professor Dana Robert, “Christianity has undergone one of the biggest changes in its two thousand year history."

  • 3 Jun 2010

    Finding the path to "a new beginning for common [Christian] mission in the 21st century" is the challenge put before participants at an international conference taking place in Edinburgh.

  • 3 Jun 2010

    Christian songs from around the globe mingled with the native bagpipes at welcoming ceremonies for Edinburgh 2010, a five-day conference marking the 100th anniversary of the World Missionary Conference of 1910.

  • 29 May 2010

    300 people from 30 traditions in 60 countries gather in the Scottish capital on 2 June for a five-day conference looking at the past and future of Christian mission.

  • 20 Feb 2010

    The mission of Christians requires humility as well as the bravery to make committed decisions, according to former Christian Aid director Michael Taylor. He was speaking at the annual conference of the Student Christian Movement.

  • 21 Apr 2009

    A six session course looking at compassion, justice and how your church can effect change locally and globally

    - Is your Church looking to connect more effectively to its local community?

  • 1 Jul 2008

    Some sections of the Anglican Communion are convinced that only their narrow vision of what is permissible in faithfulness to the Christian message is adequate, says Simon Barrow. But they are confounded by the biblical texts they claim loyalty to.

  • 5 Jun 2008

    Religion that binds others with condemnation and superstition is far from the heart of the Gospel, says Simon Barrow. The church needs to face its arguments and seek to be a place of healing if it is to rediscover its global role.