Christians worldwide are learning new ways to connect their faith to everyday life.
Re-imagining the church's mission from the outside, in
Listening intently to what the poor have to say is Laurie Green's way into a new study of Jesus' most famous Beatitude - Blessed are the poor
More than just a classic missionary story, a call to a radical redefinition of what we mean when we talk about mission
Practical recommendations and a compelling theological reflection on welfare and poverty
Explores what it means for Christians and churches to engage with the world
Discusses a range of ways in which Kingdom-centred mission can be embedded in the actually existing realms of activity and need in marginal places
Looks at the lessons we can learn from the testimonies of people living and working on the margins of society.
A thought-provoking foundation for contemporary mission
An eloquent and impassioned ecumenical proposal for re-envisioning Christianity's approach to social engagement away from working for the people to being with them