New ANVIL journal: Thriving in mission
The latest issue looks at sustainability from the viewpoints of theology and mission
Sustainability and mission: Anvil journal of theology and mission, vol 38 issue 2
Challenging the dogma of growth and finding ways to thrive in mission
Mission and disability: Anvil journal of theology and mission, vol 38 issue 1
Kt Tupling guest edits an issue focusing on offering good news about Jesus from disabled experiences.
The gift of African diaspora churches in the UK: Anvil journal of theology and mission, vol 37 issue 3￼
Colin Smith and Harvey Kwiyani look at the contribution of African diaspora churches to the realities of church and mission in Britain.
Finding my place
Rosie Hopley shares why she’s joined the first cohort of students on the African Christian Diaspora route of the CMS MA course
Mission and the arts: Anvil journal of theology and mission, vol 37 issue 1
"As image bearers of a creative God, we all have the ability to create." Sarah Clarke introduces an artistic ANVIL.
Mission after George Floyd
A crystal-clear view of how white privilege and white supremacy have made mission in their own image
The childless women of the bible: a hopeful metaphor for the church
Tina Hodgett playfully explores how the accounts of childless women in the Bible open up new metaphors to help us to reflect on church arriving somewhere surprisingly hopeful.