Yesterday our team spent some time hearing about a church plant gone wrong from the minister who eventually made the decision to shut it down.
It was interesting listening to his reflections on what may have gone wrong and how it do it better but the most striking statement for me was his warning to us not to fall into the trap of thinking MTC needs more practical subjects. Practical things are best learnt as we get out there and do them. Theological study is important because it shapes our doctrine, which in turns shapes why we do what we do. We must get our doctrine right first.
Did you take notes? If so, could you blog them or something?
I probably won’t blog about because it wasn’t that long ago and so could be a little bit sensitive. Happy to chat to you about it though