Voice of violence, or voice of hope?
When you think of eastern Congo, what is the first thing that comes to mind? I guess it will have something to do with war, violence around tribal differences and natural resources. The latest BBC stories about this region are describing the fight between the M23 rebels and the government army around the city of […]
20 years at CMS: Jonny Baker’s Dozen
Thirteen nuggets from our Britain Hub director's two decades of pioneering with CMS
Imagining the possibilities in post-Christian Britain
Eighty-five per cent of people who don’t go to church are unlikely to do so. Jonny Baker, Britain mission hub director, urges us to see the potential beyond the percentages.
New ANVIL journal: Thriving in mission
The latest issue looks at sustainability from the viewpoints of theology and mission
A listening year
Church Mission Society has bold mission plans, but we dare not launch them without first listening to Jesus, to each other and to voices from the edges.
Passing the baton
Maurice Sinclair reflects on the learning he gained from taking part in Adelante, CMS’s Latin America-focused mission gathering.
Amazing Grace – slow burn discipleship?
As we approach the hymn's 250th anniversary, how does John Newton's slow journey towards justice speak to us?
What is pioneering?
Take some time to connect with the calling, challenge, ministry and hope of pioneering, says Ash Barker. Could this be describing you?
Stumbling towards the edges
Andy Roberts and Jonny Baker talk about the edges of mission, in the UK and globally.
The valley in the hand
Do our formulas and systems just get in the way of what lies at the heart of mission?
Time for a fresh perspective?
Frauke Eicker shares how she has been changed by Partnership for Missional Church