THE FORGE SCOTLAND BLOG

Helping Hands

Gordon Cheung, part of a church plant team on Glasgow’s southside encourages us to overcome our isolation by leaning into the help of others. If I’m honest I’ve found pioneering to be an emotional experience. I’ve found it hard at times to take the risks that come...

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Going where Jesus is already present

Lal Dhillon asks us to find what Jesus is doing amongst communities where the Church is not present. He leads ‘Project Wanderlust’, a missional project seeking to see a greater realization of the Kingdom of God in gaming culture. He is also a student at the Scottish...

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Missional Muscle Memory

Helen Brough, Forge Scotland Director, shares her insight into how the body of Christ can recover the shape it was designed to be and move how it was intended.   There is an ever increasing need for the Body of Christ to be on the move – reclaiming and regaining the...

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Unity and Training Across the Nations

Scott Brennan, pastor of Lighthouse Central Church in East Lothian, and member of Forge Scotland’s Core team, challenges us to see how releasing pioneers could help the church navigate to a faithful and culturally relevant future.   The currents that shape our...

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What’s in your hand?

Gordon Cheung, part of a church planting team in Glasgow’s south side, considers missional leadership in the face of overwhelming environments.   When it comes to mission and ministry, few things in life are ever perfect. This is especially true in dynamic...

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The Rise of the Planters

Alan McWilliam, Forge Europe Director, is encouraged by the trend towards pioneering that he sees emerging across Scotland. As I read this title over it makes me think of some weird mix of poor sci-fi TV programmes from the 1980s (who can forget the slightly plastic...

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New Season Ahead

As we launch the new Forge Scotland website, Helen Brough, our Forge Scotland Director encourages us to think of new things to come I love the “new” - whether it’s spring, a new term or opportunity. The space of the blank sheet, a fresh start and new possibilities...

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Forge Scotland is a project of Whiteinch Transformation which is a registered charity in Scotland. Registration Number SCO28928.

Registered Address:
Whiteinch Transformation Offices
Barclay Curle House, 739 South Street
Glasgow, G14 0BX

Forge Scotland is a project of Whiteinch Transformation which is a registered charity in Scotland. Registration Number SCO28928.

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