Building the Church: Blog posts from all the Highfields Contributors in 2010...
Leaders are born then remade
“Some are born great, others achieve greatness, while some have it thrust upon them.“
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Building the Church: The latest blog posts from ALL the Highfields Contributors ...
Church Planting and the Big Church Syndrome
The States taught me that Church Planting is old news! Campus Church or Satellite Congregation is the new kid on the block.
Heart Felt
What’s on my heart today? Well, just like every other day, a lot!
It’s a big world after all!
Just blown away this week by how wide the grace of God is, and how great His plans for the nations.
I Love Music
I love music. I confess I’m quite eclectic in my tastes.
Where are we making a difference?
I was asking that question this week. If Highfields had not become involved, what would have happened?
Prodigal Church
“Church members are very forbearing and forgiving regarding the neglect of the lost, while extremely impatient and unforgiving regarding the neglect of the righteous."
Here at Highfields we have just finished a series in John’s Gospel.
The Third Lausanne Congress
On Friday this week I leave the UK for South Africa to attend the third Lausanne Congress on world evangelization.
A pot by any other name
We got rid of hundreds of small clay pots at church on Sunday. By ‘got rid of’, I mean sold, not destroyed!
Phil's Blog
Mission is the focus of Phil Jenkins' blog, plus occasional film reviews
Incredible encounters in Cape Town
Lausanne 2010 in Cape Town has begun. For me it started on the plane between Doha and Jo'burg. My seat was next to two women and I could see they had a Cape Town 2010 information sheet.
Lausanne Hears From The Suffering Church
Yesterday was wet and stormy in Cape Town so my planned trip to Robin Island was not possible - there were no boats sailing due to the weather.
Aren't you glad you're not like David?
This comes from the book, Whiter than Snow, Meditations on Sin and Mercy, by Paul David Tripp, who is on the pastoral staff at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.
I am preparing to preach on ‘Contentment in an Age of Materialism’.
What's so great about being fifty?
Well, as Bilbo Baggins said, himself fifty at the beginning of The Hobbit, it is “clearly time for a new adventure!”
Spiritual Nuggets from Cape Town 2010
Lausanne One-Liners:
On a road less travelled
“I shall be telling this with a sigh | Somewhere ages and ages hence: | Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - | I took the one less travelled by, | And that has made all the difference.”
Boring irrelevance or community of hope?
When I think of Church … I want to run away as fast as possible!

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