discipleship

  • 19 Oct 2013

    'Following Jesus on the margins’ is the strapline of the Crucible course, now in its ninth year in Birmingham, equipping pioneers of new forms of church for a changing culture.

  • 4 Sep 2013

    The Methodist Church has formally launched the biggest change in generations to how and where it offers training, learning and development.

  • 13 Dec 2012

    ‘Following Jesus on the margins’ is the strapline of the Crucible course, now in its eighth year. Six weekends of training, based in Birmingham, offer church pioneers, church planters and urban missioners opportunities to learn together and share experiences.

  • 6 Jul 2011

    In her first speech as Methodist Conference, Vice-President, Ruth Pickles says the church can help ordinary people do extra-ordinary things.

  • 4 Oct 2010

    The Methodist Church in Britain is launching its first e-book as its renewed emphasis on practical Christian living in a changing world gathers momentum.

  • 6 Jul 2010

    The origins of Christianity are in a dynamic and free movement around Jesus, but much of its history is bound up with institutional religion, says Simon Barrow. The challenge is to continue to respond to the transformative impulse of the Gospel, even in the midst of organisation and complexity.

  • 12 Apr 2009

    The resurrection of Christ is not an argument to be had but a life to be lived, says Rowan Williams. We need to hear what is so often the question that's really being asked when people ask, 'How do you know?'

  • 25 Feb 2009

    The Church of England's General Synod produces the headlines, says Giles Fraser. But this is not the true church. They are somewhere else, trying to make a real difference to the world.

  • 22 Apr 2008

    The Gospel has been much talked about but practically sidelined under Christendom, says Jonathan Bartley. Rediscovering the radicalism of Jesus' message is vital to the recovery of a proper public role for Christian faith.

  • 17 Oct 2007

    What we need in the Church is not less ambition, but more, argues Giles Fraser. We are charged with the most ambitious calling of them all: to be agents of God’s all-transforming love to the world.