There’s a new podcast in town. As if the world needed more over-educated white men talking. But we reckon there’s not much out there in this area: serious (but with laughs) discussion of the Christian faith, culture, the arts, history and theology. Especially ones where the participants are situated 4000 miles apart in Somerset and […]
As with every session of Life Explored, you show the first film, then ask a discussion question. The connection between the film and the question is more obvious in some weeks than others, so here’s a cheat sheet for leaders.
I’m thrilled to announce that my next project, post-Life Explored, will be hosting a brand new documentary about Martin Luther.
What is Life Explored? Life Explored (LE) is a seven session series featuring a combination of short films – shot around the world – and Bible interaction.
On September 1st, God-willing, we’ll be publishing the final piece in the “Explored” trilogy, 15 years after we first published Christianity Explored.
Yes, I’m a Star Wars fan. Maybe not JJ Abrams level, “dressing as an Ewok for Halloween” type fan, but still.
We’re really excited about bringing Discipleship Explored to an online audience, in partnership with BibleMesh.
I had the pleasure of speaking at Holy Trinity Clapham last Sunday on the subject “Can I Really Trust The Bible?”
Hey gang. We’re really excited about launching Discipleship Explored Online. And today I’m giving away five free access keys, each good for one year. (Usually $50 each).
An online course that stresses the importance of physical community. Like a temperance drive at the brewery, or a zumba class at your local KFC. We’ve wondered about this for along time. Does the online course medium (one person sitting alone in front of a computer) undermine part of the Discipleship Explored message (committing to a local church is essential to discipleship)?