Thu 18 Sep 2014 @ 16:10
A modern homage to The Barchester Chronicles - we ask author @FictionFox about 'Acts and Omissions': http://t.co/HIJKsIbE4j
Author(s): David Goodhew, Andrew Roberts and Michael Volland, Andrew Roberts, Michael Volland
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'fresh is a new book written by michael volland, andrew roberts and david goodhew. it's an introduction to fresh expressions of church and pioneer ministry. and it does exactly what it says - it's a very good intro, possibly the best one around at the moment. [...] the summary chapter of what a fresh expression is and is not is quite brilliant - simple, focused, and very clear but also affording depth and imagination.' - read the full review at jonnybaker.blogs.com/jonnybaker/2012/04/getting-fresh.html
'With plenty of real-life experience to illustrate and inspire, this book is a lively exploration of the faith and practice of establishing fresh expressions of church. Reflecting on pioneer stories helps us to enlarge our understanding of God's mission today. I pray - which is far ever before us, ahead of us, beside us, behind us and above us - this book, and the example of these fresh expressions of God's love will help us to take bold risks and to fulfil our vocation as part of One Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church.'
Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York
Three experienced practitioners offer theological reflection on some key questions along with practical insights gleaned from their own engagement with new forms of ecclesial community in a way that offers a valuable contribution to the ongoing conversation.
Professor John Drane
‘FRESH! Is a valuable resource for anyone enquiring about fresh expressions and pioneer ministry’
‘This is a gift of a book – well constructed, aimed and timed for all those serious about the need of the hour and seeking to see the re-evangelisation of western society’
David Goodhew is Director of Ministerial Practice at Cranmer Hall, Durham, prior to which he was Vicar of St Oswald's, Church, York