Volume 35 issue 2 shares stories, reflection and learning on engaging in mission with people who identify as "spiritual not religious".
Guest editor Andrea Campanale introduces this issue, sharing the learning and experience of enabling encounters with the divine for people who identify as "spiritual, not religious".
Trapped between the spiritual and the religious: lessons from 20th century Pentecostalism New England is a strange place. It’s a land trapped between new values and old habits. I’ve been living just north of Boston for the last 20 years. In many ways, this strange world in the nation of my origin is further from […]
Introduction The “spiritual not religious” (SNR) has become one of the largest social groupings regarding spirituality and religion in the UK, with around one fifth of the population fitting into this category, according to a BBC article.  Indeed, there is evidence to suggest that it is growing in significance throughout the post-industrial western world. […]
On May the fourth (Star Wars day) I set out to Galicia in Spain to walk the last 116 km of the Camino de Santiago, the Way of St James. This pilgrimage has become so popular that over 250,000 people walked at least the last 100 km last year alone. The tradition of the pilgrimage […]