‘A church as we haven’t known it for a society as we haven’t known it’
In these times of rapid change, there is a serious missional malaise gripping the Australian church. The evidence for this is the now well documented decline in the number of disciples being made across the denominational spectrum. It is this that has led to the concept of the ‘Unbounded Church’.
Unbounded Church is the idea that the church in the Australian/Western culture needs to be unbound, freed from the rigid and inflexible ‘Christendom’ forms and structures which bind it. We must remove the physical and cultural walls between it and the socio-spiritual multiverses that make up contemporary western society.
’I do not offer pay, provisions, housing but hunger, thirst, marching, battles, death. But if you love your country, not just with your lips, follow me’ Garibaldi ****** One of the most notable things of the Victorian era in Britain was the development of the great missionary movements emanating from western countries, notably Britain…