This great new seek.serve.follow resource will help Girls' Brigade (GB) company leaders and church leaders to explore together about how GB is part of each local church’s mission toolbox - and how to make the most of their company!
bridge the gap is an inspiring and easy to use package of five interactive DVD sessions, plus a helpful leader’s guide and workbooks for you to use. bridge the gap will explore how to make the most of GB in reaching out to girls, their families and friends.
So… why not decide to make use of this mission resource and purchase a copy for just £35 from GB's online shop?
If you've purchased bridge the gap, the following resources are referred to in the workbooks:
If you’d like to understand more about the ‘strange new world’ that Stuart Murray Williams writes about in his book Post-Christendom: Church and Mission in a Strange New World, you can find the first chapter of his book here.
Once you’ve read it, consider the following questions:
• Have you observed any snapshots of post-Christendom?
• How do you feel about Stuart Murray’s explanations of post-Christendom?
• What questions does it raise for you and your understanding of mission?
Web resources coming soon.
You can download the first chapter of John Drane’s book After McDonaldization here.
You can download the first chapter of Mike Frost's book Exiles here. Other web resources coming soon.
Use this link to watch the I Love Elvis video produced by the guys from Kore.
Does this parable strike a chord with you at all? Have you ever felt like this? How can we help people who are keen to explore a relationship with Jesus but who can’t find a home in established church?
Girls’ Brigade Ministries recently hosted the first ever Build Hope breakfast for local church leaders in the Fisherman’s Chapel in Leigh-on-Sea, Southend.
This year, Girls’ Brigade England & Wales has become an official partner with UK Parliament Week, which means we’re producing our own special UK Parliament Week booklet and badge.
This week (1-7 June 2019) we've been celebrating Volunteers' Week 2019 by giving thanks for our volunteers and all that they do week in and week out for the children and young people in their GB group(s).