CTBI's latest newsletter showcases the recent work of the Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG), including producing 95 missional theses for the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation on 31st October 2017. MTAG's are based around the five … [Read more...]
Mission Theology Advisory Group
The Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) undertakes research and projects in the area of mission theology and mission practice.
It is a partnership between the Church of England's Mission and Public Affairs Division and Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI). MTAG's membership reflects its ecumenical nature and brings together people from Wales, Scotland, Ireland and England.
MTAG creates links with other groups and agencies involved in this field, especially in the areas of Gospel in relation to culture.
You can read reflections from MTAG members on the blog Moving Spirit.
The point of contact for MTAG is Dr Anne Richards
This resource from the Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) is intended to stimulate thinking and reflection about what happens in the long term to those people from Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Somalia, Nigeria and many others fleeing … [Read more...]
These resources from the Mission Theology Advisory Group (MTAG) are designed to help Christians learn about and think about the crimes of human trafficking and modern day slavery. While these resources contain plenty of information about … [Read more...]
Spiritual Journeys is a website created by The Mission Theological Advisory Group (MTAG) aimed at everyone who wants to explore their spiritual journey or the spiritual journeys of others. It provides many kinds of materials for visitors … [Read more...]
The Dispossession Project is a set of resources to help understand more deeply the relationship between God's mission to which we are called and our own social responsibilities to others and to the whole of creation. It is a joint project … [Read more...]
What is the nature of Christian apology? Overview In the context of secular society the word ‘apology' typically denotes an expression of regret for some action. It can imply that the one apologising is acknowledging a fault or some sort … [Read more...]
Introduction 'Mission' seems to be on everyone's lips these days. It's a feel-good word, suggesting purpose, direction and transformative change. Christians talk about mission a great deal and it seems to be integral to every dynamic … [Read more...]