Pastor and theologian AW Tozer wrote, “A scared world needs a fearless church.”


On a scale of 1-10, how much do you think your local community sees that need being met in your church?


Part of our job as leaders (and if you’re reading this, you’re a leader!) is to help people navigate challenging times with wisdom. We don’t want to be governed by fear, but rather to make sound decisions in the midst of all that is happening.


Remember that two seemingly contradictory things can simultaneously be true. We walk by faith not fear, and also we make wise and pragmatic decisions.


In this video, we give you some practical coaching on how to step further into a lifestyle of practical faith, even when everything within you wants to rush towards the strangely comforting embrace of fear. However, we are the ones called to walk by faith and not by sight – and a global pandemic is a wonderful opportunity to show this to a desperate world!


While we’re on a global pause…

…now is the perfect time to develop your life and ministry skills! Over the next few weeks let us invest into you – and your team – through these pathways:


  • INDIVIDUAL/ TEAM COACHING – Whether for a single session, or something more ongoing, let us know the area that you are seeking to grow in by clicking here.
  • OPEN GROUP COACHING – Dig into topics like sharing our faith in times of crisis, starting a simple missional community, hearing the voice of God, or healing the sick. Groups of up to 12 screens (so you can easily ask questions and interact), sessions throughout March and April, only pay a small fee each time. Check latest dates and titles on the Dandelion Facebook page, or subscribe to our email updates at the bottom of this page.
  • NATURALLY SUPERNATURAL COACHING COHORT – Join us on a 12 month journey which has proven transformative for current participants – find out more here.


The 10 Life-Giving Laws of a Missional Church!

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