Course starts 26 March 2019 Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership invites ministry leaders and practitioners to join in an action experimenting course in local mission. This builds on listening work done in your local community. Mission Action Experimenting Course Poster

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This collection points beyond the many public and policy statements to the everyday human experience of these people. This book is a source of new insight into the realities facing those millions in every part of the world who have been forced by war, civil conflict, human rights violations or genocide to flee from their…

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In this book Dr Cragg has brought together a collection of prayers and other passages from writers of both faiths, which show the common elements and kindred themes in Muslim and Christian prayer. What Muhammad and Christ are to the Communities that name them is in these prayers, yet they are the prayers only in…

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Many countries are now extremely multi-ethnic. People from numerous overseas countries have made their homes in other countries, but they often have very little contact with Christians, and minimal understanding of the gospel. This book is about helping Christians and churches to understand the WHY, WHAT, HOW and WHEN of vibrant cross-cultural ministries, and to…

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It has been suggested that ‘presence and engagement’ provides a framework for interfaith relations, but it might be that ‘friendship and exchange’ offers a more fruitful paradigm. This study explores what it might mean, how it involves both greater understanding of the other as well as greater confidence in ourselves, and suggests practical ways in…

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Are there occasions when Christians should worship with those of other faiths? This booklet looks at the variety of situations where the issue may be raised, from national tragedy, through school assemblies, to local pastoral and evangelistic encounters. In each case, the theological, practical and pastoral issues involved are examined, and advice is given. The key…

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Both clergy and lay pastoral carers are often the first recourse for people in crisis. Whatever the underlying cause of the crisis in question, carers need to know how to respond, sensitively and effectively, during those first vital hours and days when people are at their most vulnerable, when many are so overwhelmed by the…

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This book addresses the aftermath of a wide array of traumatic events (such as natural disasters, criminal violence, catastrophic accidents, life-threatening illnesses) and the mental health difficulties, especially post-traumatic stress disorder, that may be experienced as a result. It is important that those in ministry understand how to help guide people through very difficult places.…

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