Kingdom Calling offers a compelling theological grounding for the vocation, ministry and discipleship of the whole people of God.
Building creatively on previous studies, it challenges all of us to change so that the whole church can serve the whole mission of God in the whole of life.
Kingdom Calling provides a thorough diagnosis of the theological factors that have prevented such a vision being realised over previous decades.
These factors are embedded in the social realities of our everyday life and in the sometimes hidden assumptions that shape our thinking in the church.
By setting out a sustained proposal for the renewal of our theological imagination, the report points the way to address some deep running fault lines in our common life.
Written in an accessible style, Kingdom Calling looks in turn at the vocation, ministry and discipleship of all God's people, asking what kind of theological thinking and imagining might most help us to flourish together.
It affirms and celebrates the vital lay and ordained ministry roles that support the church in God's mission, and it identifies changes in practice that can better foster the vocation, ministry and discipleship of the whole people of God.