This is a brief introduction to our Moving Back into the Neighborhood Workshop.
Paul Clark from Pavilion Christian Community tells the story of how his church community joined with God in a unique story of community life and engagement.
This is a quiet and passionate conversation about what it looks like to "move back into the neighborhood" and listen to what God is up to in the ordinary places we live and work.
Simon and Alan Roxburgh continue their conversation about what it means to "move back into the neighborhood" and the challenges of understanding what it means to be embedded in a neighborhood.
Alan Roxburgh and Simon reflect upon questions of evangelism and how we missed this significant shift of seeing what God is up to in our neighborhoods.
Simon reflects upon issues specific to pastors and leaders in this process of reentering our neighborhoods and seeing God at work ahead of us.
The conclusion of the rich conversation between Simon Carey Holt and Alan Roxburgh. What kind of practices lead us to reenter and indwell the neighborhoods where we live and work?
Alan Roxburgh sat down with Howard Lawrence to talk about his journey "back into the neigbourhood" in Edmonton, Alberta.
Alan Roxburgh @ Inhabit 2012
The Introductory Issue of our Journal of Missional Practice is now available with articles by Juan Martinez, Martin Robinson & Alan Roxburgh.
Moving Back into the Neighborhood