BREE MILLS

Melbourne-based missional thinker and practitioner, passionate about transforming churches and empowering leaders.



This is the blog of a surrendered missional thinker, pastor-practitioner and disciple. As you read the thoughts this page contains I hope that you will not only engage with me and my thoughts, but that God would bring his rule and reign to be ever more present in your life.
 

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"Missionary movements begin with men and women who encounter the living God and surrender in loving obedience to His call."

Steve Addison

"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour and some style."

Maya Angelou

May 8, 2017

I'm sorry. To the women I failed to raise up because of fear, I'm sorry. To the women who felt displaced because I found my place, I'm sorry. To the women I saw as competition, and not as sisters in Christ, I'm sorry.  A couple of years ago I was convi...

April 30, 2017

This past weekend I enjoyed the a privilege of sharing at the Christians for Biblical Equality Australian conference on the topic ‘Raising Women as Leaders’. This post is a summary of the first part of this workshop. The second part will follow in coming days.

As wit...

April 19, 2017

Too many churches approach the missional conversation with eyes for novelty, not innovation. Simon Sinek in his book, Start with Why, helpfully unpacks the difference between innovation and novelty. Novelty is the addition of a new feature to an existing idea, but “re...

April 13, 2017

Any leadership book you pick up will tell you the importance of remaining a learner. Read books, visit others in your profession who are flying high, learn from them. Look to those beyond where you are and learn from those people.

December 21, 2016

This blog first appeared on the Discipleship Institute Blog.

KIPPERS: Kids in Parents Pockets Eroding Retirement Savings…

Yes it’s a thing! KIPPERS are often seen as young adults of working age, who have finished studying but still living at home. In Melbourne 27% of 20...

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