The MIGCAST is a monthly podcast from the Baptist Union of Scotland looking at mission in Scotland.
4:07 Is digital the future of the church? A conversation with Tim Giovanelli.
Tim Giovanelli is a baptist pastor in Sydney Australia. He is pastor of Manly Life Church
This conversation was recorded for use in a seminar at the Baptist Union of Scotlands canopy event.
You can find the seminar here.
4:06 A conversation about race with Darnell Starks
Baptist minister, Darnell Starks joins the podcast to help us begin to think about some of the issues of race and racial injustice.
Links mentioned in this podcast:
MIGcast on twitter
4:05 Peter Lynas on church in lockdown and beyond.
Peter Lynas, UK director of Evangelical Alliance, joins us to share some observations and insights on how and what the church is doing during this period of lockdown and crucially how the church might reset itself as we begin to think about what might be on the other side of this crisis.
Links referred to in this episode: Evangelical Alliance
Evangelical Alliance Coronavirus Resources
Andy Crouch article "Leading beyond the blizzard"Andy Crouch article "Redemptive leadership in survival times"
Mark Sayers book Reappearing Church
Peter's podcast Being Human
4:04 Scott Brennan on mission and evangelism during COVID19 crisis.
Scott Brennan is the team leader of Lighthouse Church in Prestonpans on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Scott joins the MIGcast to share some thoughts on mission and evangelism in this strange time.
Links mentioned in this episode:
Lighthouse Central Church
The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry
4:03 Aimee Aitken on Pastoring during COVID-19
Rev Aimee Aitken, pastor of Leslie Baptist Church, joins us to reflect on the challenges of pastoring in this time of crisis.
Articles referred to in this episode:
Aimee in the Baptist Times
NT Wright on Lament.
4:02 Martin Hodson discusses our current situation.
Baptist Union of Scotland General Director Martin Hodson joins us to discuss some of his thoughts on the current situation in Scotland and how Baptist Union churches are responding.
Thought provoking and worth a listen
Micro church, could it work in my context, maybe. I’ll never know unless I try. Challenging.
Inspirational and local
Great podcast, so encouraging to hear about what churches are doing more locally in Scotland and the UK. Good variety of voices and topics around what mission looks like today. My only criticism is to have more, longer more in-depth conversations would be great.