Sustainability, African identity and climate justice

Israel Olofinjana critiques western notions of sustainability and offers a different model for climate justice.

Editorial: Sustainability and mission

James Butler introduces an issue on thriving sustainably in mission in the face of demands for constant growth.

Book review: Do Small Groups Work?

James Butler finds Anna Creedon's book to be an important text for those teaching and training small group leaders.

Book review: Community as Church, Church as Community

Katrina Hutchins says Michael Plekon offers a powerful vision of a small church that is alive to God.

Book review: How do you know it’s God?

Susann Haehnel follows Lynn McChlery into the tricky area of discerning vocation.

Book review: The Pandemic and the People of God

Tom Wilson looks at Arbuckle’s suggestions for how the Catholic Church should collectively and individually respond to COVID-19

Book review: More than a Womb

Sue Hart finds Lisa Wilson Davison's book to be a hugely welcome, liberating gift.

Book review: Slavery-Free Communities

Read this book, says Dr Cathy Ross: you will never be unaware again.

Book review: Exploring Indigenous Spirituality

Tom Wilson reviews a fascinating first foray into the largely undocumented world of the Kutchi Kohli Christians of Pakistan.

Book review: The Unique and Universal Christ

Drew Collins's book moves forward the debate concerning Christian engagement with other religions.

Book review: Losing Ground: Reading Ruth in the Pacific

This book will introduce you to other worlds...

Book review: Constructing Paul

Volumes any serious student of the New Testament would do well to read