Integrating work and faith - 1
The experience of work is more positive for people who have strong faith commitment and who live that out in their life. Increased satisfaction with their job and commitment to the organisation that they're working for.
The Underground - 1
A true story of a 10-year experiment that unpacks the possibilities of a church structured and streamlined for mission. Over the last ten years the church has been validating its ideas with sustained and growing results.
Business as ministry
Business people have not been affirmed in their gifting in the body of Christ. And business itself remains a largely untapped resource for global mission. How do we achieve the paradigm shift from where Sunday and Monday are disconnected?
Evangelism in a digital age - 5
People are dropping into our online presence and seeking to hear about God, to encounter God, to see if God encounters them. They have just found a safe place to find their answers about God
The Lantern Network
Imagine that friends got together, built out an ecosystem of microchurches, little businesses, not only to sustain livelihoods, but to engage culture and bless it. Someday they might say, "You're making it hard not to believe."
Evangelism in a digital age - 4
The success of online church depends on understanding online platforms as a particular kind of space, rather than merely a means of projecting my church into your living room.
Are we willing to pay a price?
In 42 years, a very dark time of Iran's history, over a million people have turned to Christ. Persecution is increasing. Iranians are paying a price. A sacrificing church who knows how much Jesus has loved and sacrificed.
Repositioning church as a mission agency
Having experienced a movement that produced over 200,000 new disciples and 22,000 different microchurches - ordinary people who were making new disciples in new contexts, then, "Okay, why not here why not us?".
Evangelism in a digital age - 3
18-30 year olds are really interested in faith but the medium, the language is all online. We've got a generation asking big questions and interested in faith, and a church that has been pushed to speak their language.
Online - Unreached Network Conference
Join the Conversation: stories and best practice in crossing cultures, planting churches, and sharing the gospel with the unreached.
Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Harvey Kwiyani, a Malawian missions thinker. Dr. Kwiyani’s most recent book, Multicultural Kingdom: Ethnic Diversity, Mission and the Church is a fantastic resource, and we are thrilled to have him address the conference.
This conference is for you if you are:
already engaged in cross-cultural gospel witness, on your doorstep or in another nation.
wanting to find your place in cross-cultural mission.
passionate about the global gospel, the global church and the global missions conversation.
Online - In Conversation: Encountering Jesus as Families
A resource to encourage you and your church family to find creative ways to encounter Jesus. Join Tony Sharp, National Coordinator for Care for the Family’s Who Let the Dads Out? programme, Shell Perris and Laura Ashley for this important discussion.
Online - How Do I Grow as a Whole-Life Disciple in Financial Services?
‘Is it possible to do what you do as a Christian?’
That was the arresting question LICC’s Work Forum Director Steve Osei-Mensah faced in the middle of a career that revolved around financial services. His response then – as now – was a resounding yes. Not only can you survive as a Christian in financial services – you can thrive and grow as a disciple.
If you’ve ever tackled similar questions about your career, join Steve and a panel of Christians working in banking, insurance, and asset management for the second of two seminars exploring what it means to be a whole-life disciple in FS.