Category Archives: Podcast

Christmas Eve: We are a people of the Incarnation by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores lectionary texts for Christmas Eve to explore the significance of Jesus coming as a human being, as an incarnate God man.  The texts speak to us of justice, and the call of Jesus as the God-with-us means that God is serious about our humanity, and also about our salvation.  Further, we are called to participate in this incarnational mission of God, of joining in with a God concerned about restoration, transformation and love.

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Attractional and Apostolic Approaches to Mission by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the differences between attractional models of Church with apostolic models and the importance of seeking God through the story and needs of people in the local context.  This was recorded at the 4th Anglo-Catholic Symposium on 23rd November 2016 in the Woolwich Episcopal Area of the Diocese of Southwark.

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Revitalising mission drawing on anglican catholic spirituality & the new social tribes

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores recent research that suggests that anglican catholic ordinands, deacons and priests are loosing the founding vision of this tradition in apostolic mission in the context of the challenge of contemporary 21st-century society.  This paper seeks to reconnection confidence in the tradition with radical apostolic mission that is prepared to engage with adequate listening of the context, and the emerging spiritual tribes.

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The parable of the fearless steward

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In this podcast on Sunday 18th September 2016, Ian Mobsby explores the parable of the Unjust Steward, renaming it the parable of the Fearless Steward as recorded in the Gospel of St Luke chapter 19.  This is not an easy passage but speaks of the call to be truth tellers or whistle blowers, when it comes to all forms of stewardship.

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Ignatian Spirituality with Hugo Adan Fernandez

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In this podcast on Tuesday 13th September 2016, The Peckham Well New Monastic Community (of the parish of St Lukes Church) met with Hugo Adan Fernandez to explore Ignatian Spiritualty.  Hugo became a Christian through the work of the Jesuits in the 1980s in the difficult times of Franko.  Drawing on the life of St Ignatius, Hugo explores the implications of this particular approach to being Christian drawing on a contemplative life, that leads to contemplative action and liberation theology.  Hugo unpacks the relationship of Ignatian spirituality regarding contemplation and meditation and listening to God in the ordinariness of life, through moments of consolation and desolation.

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Second Sunday of Easter: Thomas as an example of mature discipleship

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the story of the disciples in their encounters with the risen Jesus, and in particular the sotry of Thomas.  Rather than being doubting Thomas, the John 20 text suggests that all the disciples doubted the resurrection as part of the process of faith..  Thomas therefore is an example of dscipleship as a process of faith and doubt.  For more information on St Luke’s please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk.

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Palm Sunday: The Messiah, but not the one they imagined or wanted

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In this podcast Ian Mobsby explores the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jersualem as the Jewish Messiah exept he was not the type of messiah they could imagine or wanted.  This was recorded at the Palm Sunday Morning Eucharist, March 2016.  For more information on St Luke’s please see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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The implications of the transfiguration on our discipleship by Ian Mobsby

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In this podcast on Sunday 7th February 2016, Ian Mobsby explores the transfiguration of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of Luke.  This year we explore the implications of the transfiguration after the season of Epiphany and before the beginning of Lent.  Ian explores the implications of the text on discipleship and the divinity of Jesus.  For more information on St Lukes see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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Pioneering a New Monastic and Missional Community: a dialogue with Rob Ryan

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In this podcast the St Luke’s nascient new monastic community met with Rob Ryan to explore his experiences and perspectives regarding new monasticism and the formation of misisonal communities.  Rob is an Anglican Ordained Pioneer Minister who has previously worked at Rochester Cathedral and in Gillingham birthing a new monastic community that was called ‘The Gathering’.  More recently Rob has moved to the Greenwich Penninsula as a Team Vicar with a remit to be involved in pioneering mission activity, building a missional community in the Greenwich Penninusla.  This podcast was recorded on the 26th January 2016.  For more information on St Luke’s see www.stlukespeckham.co.uk

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