/ Inspired stuff
In this guest blog, Dr Hilary Garraway, a graduate of the CMS Pioneer hub at St Cedd’s Centre in Romford, describes her pioneering journey towards giving space to the spiritual in mental health services.
Sarah Clarke, undergraduate programme leader, introduces the module Justice, Environment, Mission in a Global Context, along with a recent case study of putting the theory into practice. It’s a module which offers a way to begin thinking about some of the world’s most urgent and complex issues.
Paul Bradbury considers the new (multiple) plans to plant 10,000 churches. To keep our priorities right, we need to make sure our ambitions serve our vocation, and recognise that faithfulness can look like failure as well as success.
It’s time to shine a light on shame, a hidden barrier to healing and redemption, says Andrea Campanale, CMS mission partner and pioneer network developer. Here she introduces the new issue of ANVIL, CMS’s journal of theology and mission, which tackles the subject of mission and shame.
Jonny Baker introduces a new book of practical experience and wisdom for pioneers.
CMS’s Nigel Rooms and co-author Elli Wort explain why “fuzzy boundaries” are a good thing for church – as they discovered in the process of writing a new book.
Harvey Kwiyani, lecturer in African history and theology at Liverpool Hope University and a regular lecturer for CMS Pioneer Mission Leadership Training, introduces a new project aiming to showcase Africans writing theology in an accessible way.