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Fostering Anti-Fragile Faith (Part 1)

What does it take to nurture faith that’s made stronger by struggle?
Fostering Anti-Fragile Faith (Part 1)

Friends—enjoy this three part series from Krish Kandiah, an author and the Executive Director of Churches in Mission at the UK Evangelical Alliance. Besides lecturing in Evangelism at Regents Park College, Oxford University, Krish is a Doctoral supervisor at George Fox Evangelical Seminary. He neatly describes a vision for discipling Christians whose faith is strengthened through the personal or cultural struggles that shake belief for many. Are you equipped to build "anti-fragile" into the lives of your congregation? How resilient is your own relationship with God? - Paul

A few months ago, I had the opportunity to spend the day with one of my childhood sports heroes. (As you can imagine, I had been looking forward to this particular day at work!) I had spent a good portion of my teenage years watching him on television, both on the sports field and as a post-sport television celebrity. Once when I was a student he wowed me as he spoke at an evangelistic event to a packed ...

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