• Did you learn to paint by correspondence course?

    Although we no longer require students to begin by building their own accommodation today, the practical, activity based training does still continue...

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  • Business and Mission?

    "We should not sully our spirituality with making money, surely that is not part of our Christian calling?" But is it? 

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  • Buzzing!

    Have you heard what's been happening at All Nations this week? If you haven't, here's a taster...

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  • I make all things new

    How do you deal with change? What is important for you to do in order to finish well and start anew? The life of many of our students at All Nations is one of change, always finishing one stage and starting another. We do our best to help our students to handle transition well.

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  • Oh no it isn't!

    It is just a few days before Christmas Day. It is common that between Christmas and New Year we get a feeling of disorientation. This is what social scientists call Liminality... 

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  • Twas the Night Before Christmas

    It is often said that Christmas is for the Children. Christmas is geared around warm, cozy feelings of warmth and safety. Well, Matthew didn’t seem to get the email...

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  • Church on the Move

    During the last couple of weeks we have been blogging about "polycentric mission" and "mission from everywhere to everywhere".

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  • New paradigms for missionary engagement in the 21st century

    About 10 days ago we had the enormous privilege of having Prof. David W Smith speaking at CIM (Contemporary Issues in Mission). His subject was one that we at All Nations constantly struggle with: what are the elements of the emerging paradigm of mission?

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