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Baptist Union of Scotland

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MIGCAST

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The MIGCAST is a monthly podcast from the Baptist Union of Scotland looking at mission in Scotland.

Latest Episodes

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 Reframe Course 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

31 MIN3 w ago
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4:05 Peter Lynas on church in lockdown and beyond.

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 Scott's Blog

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
4:04 Scott Brennan on mission and evangelism during COVID19 crisis.

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.

22 MINAPR 9
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4:03 Aimee Aitken on Pastoring during COVID-19

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.

23 MINAPR 2
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4:02 Martin Hodson discusses our current situation.

4:01 A conversation on experience of 'going online'.

In our current crisis, many churches are going online, most of us in a hurry. Over the next few episodes we are going to gather stories of what people are doing and how they are getting on. This episode looks at Adelaide Place Baptist Church, Hillview Community Churchand Portobello Baptist Church and how they each approached this challenge and what lessons they have learned. If you have specific questions please contact the podcast on twitter (@BUSMigcast). Glenn can be found @glenninnes Stephen@StephenCROBAR Martin@martinjclarke

31 MINMAR 23
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4:01 A conversation on experience of 'going online'.

3:03 Brian Sanders Part 3

This episode is the final part of our three part conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. We talk about what micro-churches can and do look like in practice, we discuss Brian's reading habits and discuss some of the books he has found most influential over the past year. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

17 MINFEB 24
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3:03 Brian Sanders Part 3

3:02 Brian Sanders Part 2

This episode is the second part of our three part conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. We talk about what a micro church is and how it is an idea or practice that might help the church in the post-christendom western world. We also explore issues around discipleship and mission. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

29 MINFEB 14
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3:02 Brian Sanders Part 2

3:01 Brian Sanders Part 1

This episode is a conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

31 MINFEB 7
Comments
3:01 Brian Sanders Part 1

2:09: Trainees - The Church, Mission and Millennials

This episode is a conversation with Ali Laing of the Baptist Union, Sam Donaghy of Tribe Students, Dan McElderry of Hillview Community Church and Sam Hibbard of Sheddocksley Baptist Church. Invest is a year long training program run by the Baptist Union and other partners. We spend our time in this conversation looking at the key challenges and opportunities facing younger Christians in a missional sense but also some of the challenges that exist within the church for them. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Organisations mentioned in this episode: Invest Training ProgramHillview Community ChurchSheddocksley Baptist Church Resources mentioned in this episode: Naked Truth Project

43 MIN2019 DEC 13
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2:09: Trainees - The Church, Mission and Millennials

2:08 Rich Robinson - Innovation & Mission

This episode is a conversation with Rich Robinson of Catalyse Change and Central Church in Edinburgh. Rich works both in the local church and in a trans-local capacity as a coach and consultant for churches around the globe. He is uniquely placed to bring insight to us from around the world while understanding our local Scottish context. Our conversation covers a host of topics critical to churches engaging in mission today, including; generational challenges, the importance of relationships, the significance of local churches and the pace of cultural change. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. The conference mentioned is our Innovation Conference which will take place on November 26th at Easterhouse Baptist Church. Info and bookings available here. Organisations mentioned in this episode: Catalyse ChangeCreo Resources mentioned in this episode: New Power by Henry Timms and Jeremy HeimansSacred Fire by Roland Rolheiser

41 MIN2019 NOV 12
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2:08 Rich Robinson - Innovation & Mission

Latest Episodes

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 Reframe Course 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

31 MIN3 w ago
Comments
4:05 Peter Lynas on church in lockdown and beyond.

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 Scott's Blog

29 MIN3 w ago
Comments
4:04 Scott Brennan on mission and evangelism during COVID19 crisis.

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.

22 MINAPR 9
Comments
4:03 Aimee Aitken on Pastoring during COVID-19

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.

23 MINAPR 2
Comments
4:02 Martin Hodson discusses our current situation.

4:01 A conversation on experience of 'going online'.

In our current crisis, many churches are going online, most of us in a hurry. Over the next few episodes we are going to gather stories of what people are doing and how they are getting on. This episode looks at Adelaide Place Baptist Church, Hillview Community Churchand Portobello Baptist Church and how they each approached this challenge and what lessons they have learned. If you have specific questions please contact the podcast on twitter (@BUSMigcast). Glenn can be found @glenninnes Stephen@StephenCROBAR Martin@martinjclarke

31 MINMAR 23
Comments
4:01 A conversation on experience of 'going online'.

3:03 Brian Sanders Part 3

This episode is the final part of our three part conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. We talk about what micro-churches can and do look like in practice, we discuss Brian's reading habits and discuss some of the books he has found most influential over the past year. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

17 MINFEB 24
Comments
3:03 Brian Sanders Part 3

3:02 Brian Sanders Part 2

This episode is the second part of our three part conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. We talk about what a micro church is and how it is an idea or practice that might help the church in the post-christendom western world. We also explore issues around discipleship and mission. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

29 MINFEB 14
Comments
3:02 Brian Sanders Part 2

3:01 Brian Sanders Part 1

This episode is a conversation with Brian Sanders of the Underground Network. Brian started a network of churches in the Tampa area, the Underground Network, and is now based in Dublin. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Links relevant to the episode: Underground Network MicroChurches: A smaller way Underground Church

31 MINFEB 7
Comments
3:01 Brian Sanders Part 1

2:09: Trainees - The Church, Mission and Millennials

This episode is a conversation with Ali Laing of the Baptist Union, Sam Donaghy of Tribe Students, Dan McElderry of Hillview Community Church and Sam Hibbard of Sheddocksley Baptist Church. Invest is a year long training program run by the Baptist Union and other partners. We spend our time in this conversation looking at the key challenges and opportunities facing younger Christians in a missional sense but also some of the challenges that exist within the church for them. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. Organisations mentioned in this episode: Invest Training ProgramHillview Community ChurchSheddocksley Baptist Church Resources mentioned in this episode: Naked Truth Project

43 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
2:09: Trainees - The Church, Mission and Millennials

2:08 Rich Robinson - Innovation & Mission

This episode is a conversation with Rich Robinson of Catalyse Change and Central Church in Edinburgh. Rich works both in the local church and in a trans-local capacity as a coach and consultant for churches around the globe. He is uniquely placed to bring insight to us from around the world while understanding our local Scottish context. Our conversation covers a host of topics critical to churches engaging in mission today, including; generational challenges, the importance of relationships, the significance of local churches and the pace of cultural change. The MigCast is hosted by Glenn Innes and is a production of the Mission Initiative Group of the Baptist Union of Scotland. The conference mentioned is our Innovation Conference which will take place on November 26th at Easterhouse Baptist Church. Info and bookings available here. Organisations mentioned in this episode: Catalyse ChangeCreo Resources mentioned in this episode: New Power by Henry Timms and Jeremy HeimansSacred Fire by Roland Rolheiser

41 MIN2019 NOV 12
Comments
2:08 Rich Robinson - Innovation & Mission
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