This is the new home of Graeme Codrington‘s blog on the future of Christianity, emerging church, missional theology and all things spiritual.
I am a business strategy consultant, originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, and now living in Wimbledon, London, UK. My focus is on helping organisations to understand the forces that are shaping the new world of work, and working with them to develop practical responses to the trends that will disrupt their industries in the next decade. I work with a number of business partners in TomorrowToday, a company I co-founded in 2002. I blog on issues relating to these trends here, and have a Twitter feed here.
In addition to articles at KPMG and a bachelor of commerce (with majors in accounts, business economics and business information systems) and a doctorate in business administration (majors in leadership and future studies), I also have a bachelor of arts (major in theology), an honours in theology (major in youth work) and a masters in diaconology (a combination of theology and sociology). I have worked as a youth worker, honorary youth pastor, articled clerk, auditor, computer trainer and solutions developer, strategy consultant and professional speaker.
I have been blogging on the issues related to “a new kind of christianity” for nearly 10 years, with a long archive at http://www.futurechurch.co.za/regeneration. This blog is the new home of my musings on this topic. It will take most of 2010 to transfer those archives to this site, and there will be new postings on an irregular basis.
If you are a Twitter user, then you can follow this blog, and also other interesting tweets seen by Graeme Codrington on the subjects covered by this blog. Follow me: @futurechurchnow
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