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We already have a unity that we can celebrate
We explore the themes in the new book "Is kindness killing the church?" by former CTE President Rev Dr Hugh Osgood.
The God Who Walks Slowly: Reflections on Mission with Kosuke Koyama – A review
Deputy General Secretary of CTBI Peter Colwell reviews this book by CTE's Principal Officer for Mission and Evangelism Rev Dr Ben Aldous.
How Village Churches Thrive: A Practical Guide – a review
CTE's Principal Officer for Mission and Evangelism, Rev Dr Ben Aldous, reviews this book edited by Robert Atwell, Gill Ambrose and Helen Bent.
Golden Threads: Reflections from 50 years of The Congregational Federation and The United Reformed Church
Explore the history of these two national Member Churches.
Young, Woke and Christian: Words from a Missing Generation – A review
Matt Ceaser, from the Joint Public Issues Team, reviews this book edited by CTE Trustee Victoria Turner.
Intercultural Church: Shared Learning from New Communities – A review
Programme Leader of the MA in African Christianity at Liverpool Hope University, theologian Dr Harvey C. Kwiyani, reviews this book by CTE's Ben Aldous with Idina Dunmore, and Mohan Seevaratnam...
Challenges to Pentecostal Theology in the 21st Century – A Review
CTE's Principal Officer for Evangelism & Mission reviews 'Challenges to Pentecostal Theology in the 21st Century'
Tracks of Trustworthiness – A Review
Churches Together in England's Company Secretary and Trustee, Rev David Lavender reviews 'Tracks of Trustworthiness - Biblical and contemporary insights for church and charity trustees' by Heather Wraight.
Episkope: The Theory and Practice of Translocal Oversight – A review
In Episkope, CTE General Secretary, Paul Goodliff, and Roger Standing together with experienced church leaders drawn from across the churches, establish the common foundations that inform conversations about translocal ministry and map present models and experience of ecclesial oversight
Church Laws and Ecumenism: New Book Released
This book will be of particular interest to church lawyers, ecumenists and religious sociologists, and marks a significant step forward in the new discipline of juridical ecumenism.
‘Pentecostals and Charismatics in Britain’ book launched