The Possible World: study and videos

The Possible World is a practical, mission focused course designed to challenge, equip and disciple.

This seven week course explores what prophetic mission means and delves into vital issues such as hospitality, care for the environment and injustice.

The study includes videos as well as practical suggestions on further actions groups or individuals can take.

“This is the first course I’ve participated in where I actually did something practical in response to it.”

“Really relevant…”

“Issues covered resonated with our group…”

Click through to individual videos on Vimeo to download.

We still have some printed copies of the course guide and the original DVD available to buy online.

Session 1: Jesus, a prophet. Me, a prophet?


Session 2: Hospitality: All right for some?


Session 3: Consumer culture: I want to live simply…but I like stuff


Session 4: The environment: For God so loved the world


Session 5: Human suffering: How can I show I care?


Session 6: Injustice: So many issues, so few of us


Session 7:  Now what? Joining the prophetic and the practical

Back to all resources

Sign up for monthly updates on new resources

Making disciplesEvangelismGlobal voicesCreation carePeople careMission spiritualityPeace and justice
Small group

Related Content

Sound [4] Listening for a word

When you are in conversation today allow your listening to become a prayer

Read More

Participating in the liberating mission of Jesus | Part 3: People of insight and attention

What if our mission begins in deep attention? Ian Adams draws on stories and themes in Luke […]

Read More

Prayer exercise series [4] Paradox

Through exploring apparent paradoxes in prayer our participation in the life of God is […]

Read More

Apprentice – a daily discipleship resource

A daily discipleship resource for individuals and groups helping them to explore the life of […]

Read More

Editorial: Pioneering on estates and new housing developments | ANVIL vol 33 issue 3

Guest editor Andrea Campanale introduces this issue of the journal of theology and mission

Read More

Cookie Configuration

We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

These cookies are necessary for the function of the website and cannot be disabled. They are used to save your preferences as you interact with our website, such as your cookie settings.

These cookies allow us to measure traffic on our website. They help us to know which pages are popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous.

These cookies are required for some of the core functionality of the website. They are set by third party content providers, such as video players and maps. If disabled, these content providers will not be loaded.


We use cookies on our website to ensure you have the best browsing experience. Read our Privacy Policy for more information.

Configure Cookies Accept