Monday 26 April 2021

The Regent World 33, 1 (2021) on Vocation

The latest issue of The Regent World, published Regent College, Vancouver, is devoted to ‘Vocation Reimagined: Being the Church in a Time of Uncertainty’. Here is the blurb:

‘For the world at large, this past year has been bleak. Many of us have had our lives uprooted by the pandemic, civil unrest, racial injustice, and more, which has led to ongoing and multi-faceted loneliness and loss. Yet, churches have not lost their way. In this issue, published in partnership with Regent Exchange, we feature the stories of individuals and churches who are reimagining their vocation as the people of God and contributing to the common good in a diversity of places and spaces.

‘As you read these reflections, poems, and case studies, we hope you’ll be inspired to keep serving God and those he brings to you. May we all experience this season as a time of forging new paths forward and looking to the future with hope – hope for our own lives, our communities, and the church at large.’

Individual articles are available from here.

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