Stephen McAlpine is a church planter, blogger and writer from Perth, Western Australia. In this interview with Dave Cornford, Stephen talks particularly about the importance of - understanding context - the liturgy of life as well as the "thick" liturgy of worship - leadership in church planting. This conversation with a seasoned practitioner is sure to inspire you! Links: Stephen's blog . Desiring the Kingdom - Jamie Smith Listen here: Find the podcast on itunes here .
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