My article for the February edition of the Tasmanian Anglican is titled ‘The Lord’s Prayer is the Disciples’ Prayer’ and I ask some questions…..”Jesus’ prayer surely reflects His heart for His disciples’ life and ministry. Can we consider the Lord’s Prayer to understand and live more fully our discipleship in the world today? How do the phrases of this prayer help us how to view God and God’s world and to view our discipleship in God’s world; discipleship that will hallow God’s name and service God’s kingdom purposes?” To read more of my article, please select this link.
More articles from the latest Tasmanian Anglican include:
- Newly ordained
- Ulverstone commissions Curate-in-Charge
- Certificate in Theology and Ministry, with Honours
- Study book for Lent 2015
- Parents as pastors
- St Michael’s Collegiate School
- Anglican Camping
- Anglicare News -Parish Partnership
- Anglicare News – Questions
- Asylum seekers
- Emergencies Ministry Volunteers
- National Day of Thanksgiving
- GFS Australia Council
- Caption wanted!
During this year I will be leading seminars around Tasmania on Christian discipleship shaped by the Lord’s Prayer. The Seminar topic, ‘Christian Voices in Public Places’ will be an opportunity to grow our ability to engage with family, friends, work colleagues and community groups about contemporary issues. Details of seminar dates and venues are available here. I look forward to seeing you!