• This blog is an extension of Intensive Summer Study 2013. The aim of this blog is to foster a habit of journal keeping and the art of making valuable notes. Each day, four participants are assigned the task of writing journals on the day's sessions. The other aim is also for people who could not attend certain sessions to read up and be updated. Read on and keep writing.

The Art of Writing Journals

This blog is an extension of Intensive Summer Study 2013. The aim of this blog is to foster a habit of journal keeping and the art of making valuable notes. Each day, four participants are assigned the task of writing journals on the day’s sessions. The other aim is also for people who could not … Continue reading

Week 6 | Day 2: Caroline

CAROLINE   In today’s first session Bro. Neilenthang help us in understanding what it really means to be priests and rulers. He broadly explained it to us by giving five points. First we’ve learnt that human beings have an extraordinary vocation which is reflecting God into world and reflecting the world back to God and … Continue reading

Week 6 | Day 1: Rajiandai

RAJIANDAI   The first session was taken up by Bro. Samuel from the book ‘New Life in the Spirit’ (Ch 1-4) written by Leonard Sweet. The session exposes us to an understanding that living in the Spirit is a new life which is never boring but can be interestingly painful, adventurous, heart lifting which make … Continue reading

Week 3 | Day 4: Gaijuan

GAIJUAN Fifth Chapter: Rabindranath Tagore in East Asia, the man from the lost country From the book: From the Ruins of Empire by Pankaj Mishra (Neilenthang) Introduction: Rabindranath Tagore born in 1861 was shaped and educated in the European culture and was from an Indian elite family. As he grew up he became one of … Continue reading

Week 3 | Day 5 | Khuveio: Presentation

KHUVEIO Q. What must the church do in India or Asia to produce avant-garde leaders and thinkers like Nehru, Salman Rushdie, Amartya Sen etc. to affect the next 100 years? First know what a church is. Work together or co-operate as one body transcending ethnicity, denomination, race, tribes, etc. Individual/church – true “calling” of God … Continue reading