ANVIL: journal of theology and mission | Volume 33 issue 1

Welcome to ANVIL: a journal of theology and mission.

This issue: MISSIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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Welcome to ANVIL: a journal of theology and mission. This issue: MISSIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Download the complete issue

Mark Sampson encourages us to consider contemporary mission with an alternative economic imagination.

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Shannon Hopkins of Matryoshka Haus reflects on her experiments at the crossroads of business, church and culture.

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Richard Higginson asks what we can learn from some real-life examples of Christian businesses.

Mission and entrepreneurship

Susannah Baker tells the story of two families making a business for good in North Devon.

The Pickwell story

Dr Michael Hodson asks whether missional enterprise is different from social enterprise.

Missional enterprise by design

Neil Wild, award-winning commercial pop-up shop agent and CMS Pioneer, asks if we can find salvation on the high street.

Building a better world

Economist Eve Poole is hopeful that people power can detoxify capitalism. From our Missional Entrepreneurship Conversations Day 2015.

Video: Eve Poole

Miriam Goodacre, founder of Clean for Good, talks about how this ethical cleaning company got underway.

Video: Miriam Goodacre

Mark Sampson discusses missional entrepreneurship. Recorded at Church Mission Society’s November 2015 conversations day on missional entrepreneurship.

Video: Mark Sampson

Shannon Hopkins of Matryoshka Haus talks about widening her view of mission and co-creating the CMS Missional Entrepreneurship Week – Make Good.

Video: Shannon Hopkins

Entrepreneur Steve Baker on his approach to mission, business and co-creating the Church Mission Society Missional Entrepreneurship Week.

Video: Steve Baker

Including recommended reads on death and bereavement, plus the latest in biblical studies, doctrine, ethics and mission.

Book reviews

Links to past volumes of ANVIL, stretching right back to 1984. Many of these articles are now available online.

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