Tuesday, May 05, 2015

mission and the church intensive

I’m teaching a four day intensive on mission, June 15-18. It’s placed deliberately just prior to Presbytery and Synod, hoping to make it easier to access as study leave for ministers in placement. I will focus on seven practices of mission, with the use of case studies to ground and enrich.

mission of church updated (Updated 7/5 – After considerable mirth by my colleagues, my title has been updated from Dry to Dr.)

It will be the last intensive I’m likely to teach in Australia in my current season as Missiologist and Principal of Uniting College. So I’m hoping it will be a rich “teaching” swansong and an opportunity to pull together my missional reflection that has emerged in the last 5 years grounded in Australian soil.

Posted by steve at 06:48 PM


  1. Small typo in your title mate 🙂

    Comment by Paul Fromont — May 7, 2015 @ 5:35 am

  2. No, it’s my new teaching style. 🙂

    Part of an image makeover I’m undergoing as I prepare to return to NZ.

    Determined to be “dry” – boring, technical, irrelevant, obscure. Committed to mumbling into my beard



    Comment by steve — May 7, 2015 @ 9:23 am

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