Our doing becomes us

On Wednesday 30 June 4.45-5.30pm (NZST) at AngelWings Ltd’s Mission For a Change, Steve and I are talking about my article on how engagement in spiritual practices can work to form people towards Christian faith… Register here: tinyurl.com/MissionForAChange

The 50 free copies of my article have been downloaded already (which is pretty cool) so here’s a link to my final version of the article.

Taylor, Lynne. “Our Doing Becomes Us: Performativity, Spiritual Practices and Becoming Christian.” Practical Theology 12, no. 3 (2019): 332-341. DOI: 10.1080/1756073X.2019.1595317


Lynne is Jack Somerville Senior Lecturer in Pastoral Theology at Otago University; Director and Researcher for AngelWings Ltd; and, most importantly, wife-of-Steve; mumma of Shannon and Kayli; and daughter, sister, friend, aunt (and other essential relational connections). She’s passionate about helping people discover and grow in relationship with God. Also coffee. And creativity. And sunrises. Beaches. All sorts of good things.

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