I like questions. I think they are important, sometimes more important than the answers we find to them The questions we ask tell us something about what is important to us, how we think about the world and how we see the future.
“Stewart has a passion for getting people engaged with their faith, because he wants to make a difference and he wants others to make a difference through that engaged passion…
Stewart challenges much of our established thoughts, much of our way of doing things.”
Why do we do what we do? Why do it like that? When was the last time you thought about it?
Here’s an example… it’s a seminar I facilitated around the issue of ‘Missing Generations‘ around people aged 20-40 and their lack of engagement with church.