Jesus is the focal point of God’s revelation. Committed to a Jesus-centered approach to the Bible and community of faith, we read the Bible to discern and apply its implications for discipleship.
Joshua Searle examines Jesus as the source of our life, the central reference point of our faith and lifestyle, for our understanding of church and our engagement with society.
The biblical narrative centres on people and places found at the margins. It tells the story of God’s adventure in those margins. It summons God’s people to join Messiah Jesus outside the camp.
We believe that there’s a connection between that kind of respectable swearing and a crisis of truthfulness in our time.
After Christendom: following Jesus on the margins is one of a number of short courses that have been developed by the Anabaptist Mennonite Network.
This is one of a number of short courses that have been developed by the UK Anabaptist Mennonite Network.
This short study guide is designed for small groups who have read The Naked Anabaptist or are reading it together.
The first chapter of Stuart Murray Williams’ book where he explores seven Core Convictions of Anabaptists.