The Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) produces resources across five themes: Spirituality, Theology, Reconciliation, Evangelism and Mission.
About MTAG (Docx)
A quick guide to the Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) – who they are and what they do.
Advent Journey with the Magi (Docx)
An Advent resource based on the story of the Magi.
Sense Making Faith (Docx)
Find out about Sense Making Faith, a beautifully illustrated book exploring how we experience God through sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell and the imagination. The book was the basis of the BBC Radio 4 and Local Radio’s Lent course for 2009.
Spiritual Journeys (Docx)
Details of Spiritual Journeys, a website supporting the Sense Making Faith project, with hundreds of pages of downloadable content.
A resource prompted by the storms and flooding which hit the UK in 2013 and 2014, looking at the causes, human, economic and spiritual impacts, plus the role of the Church and practical resources.
This resource provides a theological reflection on food banks.
This resource is intended to stimulate thinking and reflection about what happens in the long term to those people fleeing war, violence and persecution, who come to live in the UK. The future of today’s migrants and refugees raises an urgent question about how the Church’s mission is shaped to respond to those to whom we pledge our loving service.
A resource asking some mission theological questions about the place of money in our society. With stories of people struggling with lack of money and debt even though they are not actually ‘poor’, it asks what kind of pressures society places on us in contrast to God’s intention for human beings. Does reflecting through a mission theological lens allow us to see more clearly what a right relationship with money might look like?
How do Christian perspectives give our opposition to human trafficking clarity? What theological tools do we have at our disposal to shape a response to the issue of human trafficking? And what difference will our concern and our response make?
This resource aims to help you learn and think about the crimes of human trafficking and modern day slavery. As well as containing plenty of information about trafficking, it also invites you to think about what our own roles and responsibilities are in a world in which human trafficking is big business.
Five resources which touch on matters of death and life; hatred and forgiveness; hope and possibility; peace and reconciliation; and how we shape a vision in Christ the King for the future of us all – for the period which ends the Christian year, in November just before Advent, which is sometimes called the ‘Kingdom’ season.
A reflective prayer for each of these days.
Produced for the centenary of the beginning of the First World War in 2014, these reflections and prayers look at the little things which affected the lives of all who were involved, friend and enemy alike; little things which nonetheless are spiritual matters, asking questions about God in the midst of warfare.
This resource explores five themes: Pursuing the Human; Creating Community; Creating new news; Honouring Memory; and Being the Face of Love.
Building on Five Themes in a Theology of Evangelism, these resources enable individuals, groups, congregations and community partnerships to build up trust, hope, confidence and faith-sharing from simple beginnings.
A Social Engagement and Evangelism resource specifically related to issues around Brexit.
95 Missional Theses for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation based around the five marks of mission.
A brief explanation of the Five Marks of Mission.