The Co's & Q's 

The Four Co's

The four co's is shorthand for the Great Co-mmission and for the three love co-mmands given to us by Jesus.
HTAI - Disciples making discip

The Great Commission

Jesus commanded us to make disciples of all nations. You can read this commission in Matthew 28.
HTAI - Love God

The Command to Love God

Jesus taught us that the greatest commandment is to love God - above all.
HTAI - Love Neighbour

The Command to Love our Neighbour

We cannot separate these first two commands. As Jesus said, how can you say you love God, who you cannot see, if you cannot love your neighbour who you can see.
HTAI - Love one-another

The Command to Love on another

Speaking to his followers (disciples), close to the end of his life, Jesus gave them a new commandment: "As I have loved you, so you should love one another". Here he is speaking about his love for them while with them on earth (rather than his self-giving on the cross): "As I have loved you". This involved spending his time with his disciples. As Christians we are to spend time together, learning from Jesus.

The Three Q's

Since Bishop Martyn became our diocesan bishop we have, as a diocese, been focussing the long standing Shaped by God initiative on three questions, in short these are:
HTAI - Deeper Discipleship

Deeper Discipleship

How are we going deeper in our discipleship?
HTAI - New Disciples

New Disciples

How are we making new disciples?
HTAI - Loving Service

Loving Service

How are we demonstrating loving service to the world?
Tim Phillips, 01/04/2020