Category Archives: Celtic monks

Learning from St. Patrick

Rev. Dr. Peter Meier, the Executive Director of Center for US Missions, discusses the impact St. Patrick has, and still has, on mission methodologies in the most recent edition of “Mission Moments.” Meier writes, How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s … Continue reading

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The Mission of the Church in an Age of Zombies (continued and concluded)

Paul Alms presents an intriguing perspective of the missional challenges facing the Christian church in North America in his published work, “The Mission of the Church in an Age of Zombies.”  This is the second of a number of excerpts … Continue reading

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St. Patrick, the Celtic Monastic Missionaries and Guinness Beer: The Luck of the Irish or Divine Providence?

Dr. Glenn Schaeffer says, “Within 10 years of Paul’s start from Antioch he told the Romans that he had ‘fully preached the Gospel of Christ from Jerusalem and around about Illyricum (Romans 15:19) and that “there is no more place … Continue reading

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Sifted for Multiplication: Michael Frost

Developing his thoughts around Celtic missionaries and the movie “Vendetta,” Michael Frost discusses how God “sifts” Christians as they go and seek and save lost people. You will want to watch this challenging and inspirational presentation. Some key thoughts from … Continue reading

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