Roundup: Luther, PNG spirituality, what awaits NFPs, the church and Tonga, beatbox nativity, more from the Wayside, Christmas Bowl and waiting for Jesus
Five centuries before Facebook and the Arab spring, social media helped bring about the Reformation.
Indigenous spiritualities exist today alongside a multiplicity of ideologies and beliefs, including the secular mythos of the modern industrialised world.
Change is in the wind and those organisations that embrace it are the ones that will be most successful, writes David Knowles.
“When we come to Australia, we look for something that is familiar to us, so the church is the first thing we turn to. That is why the church plays a very important role in maintaining Tongan language and culture.”
A Church of England minister has gained notoriety after he created a video of himself rapping and beatboxing to the story of Jesus’ birth.
“I just knew there was another part of me that was up for the next challenge. I now feel like the right version of myself.”
A rare insight into life behind the scenes.
PowerPoint, video & clip art for Sunday’s service!
Christmas is God’s way of constantly reminding humanity, “In all of your joy and in all of your struggle … I am here with you.”