How can we achieve accountability beyond the local church that is not either stifling control or a form of accountability that really means nothing in practice?
How does partnership and mutual submission play out in relating to the apostolic?
Andrew brings clarity to the role of the Apostolic in the life of the local church.
What should you expect if your church has a change in leadership or transitions into a new apostolic partnership?
What should we do if we find ourselves in a church governed by a leader who has become a law unto himself?
Most of us know that we need to reflect Jesus to the world but what does that mean as we work together in team?
Andrew Selley examines several trends in what are commonly referred to as “apostolic networks” such as the “growth at all cost” mentality and how these impact on church health.
Andrew Selley continues to unpack what is meant by the contemporary term “apostolic network” and discusses what is urgently needed from an Apostolic relationship in order for our churches to navigate the storms of our times.
Andrew Selley investigates the contemporary term “apostolic network” along with the unhealthy perceptions that often underpin it and gives some keys on how to recognise an authentic “apostolic partnership”.
God still anoints people today with an apostolic gifting so that they can lead churches into His pattern as it’s laid out in the Bible.
Andrew addresses some common objections to the notion of a “modern day apostle”.
The office of the apostle is not a recent fad, it is as old as the church itself. Mike Davies reflects on the apostolic influence through church history.
As a lion’s eye always locks onto the new-born calf in the herd, the strategy of Satan is to crush the life of God when it is still young and vulnerable.
And I know some of you are wondering and asking the question:” How has the experience been so far?” Well to start with I have to confess, I do normally enjoy camping, but only for a few days and then I want to go home!! So to be dead honest, in the physical it hasn’t all been rosy and romantic.