This is Part 2 of our 2 part series, “Narrative and Discipleship” exploring the story the what, why, and how of our discipleship strategies are telling others about God. If you haven’t read the previous blog, you can read it
This is Part 1 of our 2 part series, “Narrative and Discipleship” exploring the story the what, why, and how of our discipleship strategies are telling others about God Yesterday, one of my kids lied to me. It’s school holidays
Through this past Advent season I’ve been reading a book, Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus. It’s a series of readings on the promise of Christmas edited by Nancy Guthrie. While it addresses a whole realm of insights around the Christmas story,
What is narrative theology? Narrative theology originated during the last half of the twentieth century and is an approach to theology that finds meaning in the master story of the Bible1. It asserts that the Bible is the story of
Seven years ago my husband and I adopted a toddler with attachment issues. One part of the adoption was obviously the legal requirements that included going to court, registering the adoption, changing his name and obtaining an unabridged birth certificate.
When I was 23, I moved from Australia to The Netherlands to work with Youth With A Mission in Amsterdam. I was staffing Discipleship Training Schools that took me away on three-month short-term mission trips that, while amazing, left me
When I was five years old my sister, Danielle, had a friend who lived opposite horse paddocks. We passed them every day after dropping my Dad off at the train station to go to work. Being the animal enthusiast
I’ve been tantruming for about four years now. Yep, you heard right, four. It’s not that anyone ever told me outright that if I prayed or gave or became a missionary that then God would be obligated to me, but