What is Minecraft church in a box? TODO HERE: Youtube video Minecraft Church in a box is a way to make a simple face-to-face Minecraft based church: A face to face way to run a Minecraft church Portable to any place where there is a small amount of mobile broadband, like a rural church building…. Read more »
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Back to introduction… Minecraft has been a multiplayer game for years now. It is great fun and their are myriads of ways people interact on different servers. In one sense Minecraft Church is another form of multi-player Minecraft. There are vast resources out on the internet and on YouTube that explain how to run servers…. Read more »
I really want to help you run your own form of Minecraft Church! Why? Because I think it is a great way to connect to all sorts of people who are gaming mad and spiritual, but would never have thought of darkening the doors of a conventional church! I will put down here a number… Read more »
We love to dance and here are some of our favourite Jesus songs we love to dance to!
I have made a YouTube play list to collect together our growing collection of videos and audio recordings!
This is a Theological Reflection using the Whitehead and Whitehead, Correlation Method. I will proceed through Attending, to particular pastoral concern. Secondly, Assertion to expand and deepen religious insight. Thirdly, Decisions moves decision making for action based on the insight gained. Attending I had been noticing several aspects of the way collaboration and interaction happens… Read more »
This is a Theological Reflection using the Whitehead and Whitehead, Correlation Method. I will proceed through Attending, to particular pastoral concern. Secondly, Assertion to expand and deepen religious insight. Thirdly, Decisions moves decision making for action based on the insight gained. Attending Taking Computer Games seriously and thus the potential to do church in the cultural… Read more »
This is a Theological Reflection using the Whitehead and Whitehead, Correlation Method. This style of reflection has strengths in having conversations between culture and theology. The findings of the reflection should have an outcome in informing decision making going forward. The process flows through three stages: Firstly, Attending, which is to seek out the information… Read more »
Carnes, Natalie, ‘We in Our Turmoil: Theological Anthropology through Maria Montessori and the Lives of Children’, The Journal of Religion, 95.3 (2015), 318–36 Eliison, Tisha Lewis, ‘Digital Participation, Agency, and Choice: An African American Youth’s Digital Storytelling About Minecraft Author(s): Tisha Lewis Ellison’, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61.1 (2017), 23–35 Graham, Elaine L,… Read more »
A Killen and De Beer Reflection on the Initiation and Growth of Minecraft Church This reflection will follow the method of Theological Reflection described by Killen and De Beer . This method is well suited to reflection on feelings arising from experience gained through ministry. I will follow the five steps from Experience, Feelings, Images,… Read more »