A Strategy for city transformation

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29 July 2019

No one church, agency or individual will enable cultural, social and spiritual transformation...

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    Why Does the Church Exist?

    22 July 2019

    Historically church is seen as an end in itself rather than church being a means to the coming of the Kingdom.

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    Movement Day Africa 2018

    25 September 2018

    Ian Shelton, Andrew Youngberry and Letitia attended MD Africa in Nairobi, Kenya on 23-24 August 2018.

  • Story Papua new guinea unity report

    Movement Day Working Group formed in Papua New Guinea

    8 August 2018

    Pastor Walo Ani from the Central Papua region in PNG convened meetings with key city leaders in Port Moresby on 27-29 July.

  • Syd harb

    What are Transformational Outcomes in a City?

    1 August 2018

    Are we playing catch-up on a story that God has already been telling?

  • Homeless

    Generous Justice for Our Cities

    24 May 2018

    In virtually all the ancient cultures of the world, the power of the gods was channelled through and identified with the elites of society, the kings, priests, and military captains, not the outcasts. To oppose the leaders of society, then, was to oppose the gods. However...

  • Australian culture

    Creativity and the Arts

    24 May 2018

    When we awaken to beauty, we become aware of new ways of being in the world.

  • Unity city

    Expressing Unity Across A City

    4 May 2018

    Paul said to the church in the city of Ephesus that there is only One Body. He said nothing of multiple unrelated congregations in the city. John Stott the well known British theologian commented on this passage in Ephesians 4, “to say there are many churches is to say that there are many gods.” A huge contradiction!

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    The Centrality of Research to City Gospel Movements

    4 May 2018

    “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant” - Max de Pree