Personalia

 

Charles was born in Hengelo, Holland in 1942 as Keimpe Ritske Ringma, and lived in the small Friesian town of Franeker until 1952. That year his parents migrated to Australia and settled in Brisbane.

 

He became a printer on completing his primary school education and after finishing university entrance qualifications trained for the ministry, at which time he established Teen Challenge in Australia.

 

For over a decade, 1971-1984, he led the fight against drug abuse in the community and developed a wide range of social welfare services as well as training programs.  He was a frequent speaker at Youth Conferences and on University and College campuses.

 

Since 1984, Charles has been involved in post-graduate study at the University of Queensland, social science research, writing and various areas of ministry.

 

In 1991, he was appointed as a lecturer at the Asian Theological Seminary (ATS), Metro Manila, Philippines and was also involved in work with the urban poor. In 1995 he was appointed Professor of Theology and Mission at ATS. In 1997 he was appointed as Professor of Missions and Evangelism to the faculty of Regent College, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, while continuing to teach part-time in various Asian countries. Since August 2005 he retired as Emeritus Professor from Regent College and continues to write and teach in various parts of the world.

 

He was a keen sportsman, playing soccer and tennis and was a school boy athletics champion.  His hobbies include swimming, squash, bird watching and bush walking. He is a keen veggie gardener and plants rain forests trees in a nature corridor near his house.

 

 

Academic

 

1956 - Completed Scholarship at the Murarrie State School, Brisbane, Australia.

 

1957-1961 - Completed his apprenticeship training course as a compositor/typographer at the Central Technical College (now QUT), Brisbane, with honours.

 

1962-1967 - Completed a full-time ministerial training course at the Reformed Theological College, Geelong, Victoria, Australia.  Award: Th.Grad. (Hons.)

 

1967 - Completed a course in linguistics with the Summer Institute of  Linguistics at Emmanuel College, The University of Queensland.

 

1976-1984 - Completed the B.A. degree part-time at The University of Queensland majoring in Sociology and Studies in Religion.

 

1984-1986 - Completed the M.A. (Qual.) in the Department of Studies in Religion, The University of Queensland with a thesis on "Towards a Sociological Approach to the Study of Early Christianity."

 

1986 - Completed the B.D. degree at the Reformed Theological College, Geelong, Victoria, Australia with a thesis on "A Critical Evaluation of the Ecclesiology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer."

 

1986-1987 - Completed the course work M.Lit.St. degree at The University of Queensland in Studies in Religion and Sociology majoring in the study of the "Hermeneutics of Dilthey, Gadamer and Habermas."

 

1987-1991 - Completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Studies in Religion, The University of Queensland on an Australian Post-Graduate Research Award. Thesis topic is the critical application of Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutic to the hermeneutics of Feminist, Black and Liberation Theologies.

 

 

Employment

 

1957-1961 - Trained as an apprentice compositor/typographer at the printing firm of Jackson & O'Sullivan, Queen Street, Brisbane, Australia.

 

1961-1962 - Welfare worker/missionary with the Presbyterian Church working amongst Indigenous communities in Western Australia.

 

1963-1966 - Part-time high school teacher at Geelong Junior Technical College, teaching English and Social Studies.

 

1969-1971 - Founder and director of the welfare agency, Good News Centre working with alcoholics in South Brisbane.

 

1971-1984 - Australian founder of the youth welfare agency, Teen Challenge; its Australian coordinator; and executive director of Teen Challenge (Brisbane) Incorporated. The latter involved the development of multiple rehabilitation programs, a youth shelter program, a youth and family counselling service, a residential program for young offenders, a prison counselling service, a youth activity centre program and a full-time one-year youth worker training program.  (This position included the supervision of 36 full-time workers, including full-time trainees, several hundred part-time volunteers, fundraising, making funding submissions to Government Departments, public promotion, and frequent TV and radio appearances and newspaper interviews).

 

1978-1984 - Part-time clinical teacher with the Medical School, The University of Queensland, Australia specialising in social medicine and legal and illegal drug abuse.

 

1983-1987 - Part-time lecturer at Commonwealth Bible College, Katoomba, N.S.W., Australia specialising in Youth Ministry.

 

1985-1991 - Part-time senior research assistant in the Department of Social Work and Social Policy, The University of Queensland.  Developed a history of Australian Disability Policy and Legislation and a history of the Development of non-Government Disability Services in Australia.  Evaluation and write-up of a New Disability Services Program for physically disabled persons (Catholic Social Welfare).  Analysis and write-up of a Consumer Study on Services for the Disabled in Queensland.  Evaluation of a new independent living service for intellectually disabled consumers (Community Living Program).  For publications see "Publications."

 

1989-1990 - Tutorial Assistant in Studies in Religion Department, The University of Queensland (RE126: Religion and the Therapies; RE263: Religion in the Ancient Near East; RE100: Biblical Studies, Old Testament).

 

1991-1994 - Assistant Professor at the Asian Theological Seminary, Metro Manila, Philippines, teaching in the Master of Arts and Master of Divinity programs which provide majors in Biblical Studies, Theology, Pastoral Studies, Christian Education and Missions.  Courses taught: Hermeneutics and Theological Method; Ethics; Transformation Theology; Urban Anthropology and Mission; Holistic Ministry in Urban and Rural Settings; Building Christian Communities; Issues in Charismatic and Pentecostal Theology; and Inner Healing and Deliverance: Models and Strategies.

 

1995-1997 - Was appointed Professor of Theology and Mission at Asian Theological Seminary, Metro Manila.

 

1995-1996 - Visiting professor at the Graduate School, University of Santo Tomas, Metro Manila. Course: Advanced Seminar in Philosophical Hermeneutics for  Ph.D. students.

 

1995-1998 - Supervising consultant to Ed.D. students writing their theses for the Asia Graduate School of Theology, Metro Manila, Philippines.

 

1997-2005 - Appointed as Professor of Missions and Evangelism at Regent College, Vancouver, Canada.  Courses and seminars taught in the M.CS., M.Div. and Th.M. programs include:  A Theology of Missions; Issues in Missiology; Urban Anthropology and Mission; Transformation Theology; Spirituality and Mission (team taught); Building Christian Communities; Inner Healing and Deliverance: Models and Strategies; Advanced Seminar on Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Subject of Power; Seminar on Liberation Theologies; Seminar on Issues in Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology and Practice; Course entitled Of Martyrs, Radicals, Saints: A Contemporary Social Spirituality; Advanced Seminar in Philosophical Hermeneutics; Ministry Research Project Seminar (team taught); Evangelism, Globalization and Cross-Cultural Ministry (team taught); The Christian Life (team taught); and First World Re-Evangelisation: Models and Strategies (team taught).

 

1997- Appointed adjunct faculty at Asian Theological Seminary, Metro Manila. Main module courses taught: Transformation Theology; Building Christian Communities; Themes in a Missional Spirituality; Action Research Seminar; Seminar on Power: Its Use and Abuse; Seminar in Philosophical and Contextual Hermeneutics (PhD).

 

1997- Visiting professor at Alliance Biblical Seminary, Metro Manila;  Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries, Makati, Philippines; Dagon Biblical University, Dagon City, Myanmar; Evangelical Bible Seminary, Yangon, Myanmar; Myanmar Evangelical Graduate School of Theology, Yangon, Myanmar; Christian Heritage College, Brisbane, Australia; Schloss Mittersill Study Centre, Austria; Asia Graduate School of Theology, Metro Manila; Carey Baptist College, Auckland, New Zealand; Carey Theological College, Vancouver, Canada; Morling College, Sydney, Australia; St. John’s Theological College, Auckland, New Zealand.

 

2005 - Retired from full-time teaching at Regent College, Vancouver and was appointed Professor Emeritus of Missions and Evangelism.

 

2006 - 2012 - Appointed honorary Ph.D. supervisor in the School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, University of Queensland, Australia.

 

2009 - 2015 - Appointed Research Professor at Asian Theological Seminary, Manila, Philippines. Advanced Seminar in Action Research; publications editor; and on the organising committee for the ATS PhD in contextual theology.

 

2012 - Appointed Honorary Associate Research Professor in the School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics, University of Queensland. In 2014 the School has been renamed the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry. Supervising Ph.D. students.

 

Ministry

 

1959-1961- Youth leader at the Reformed Church, Toowong, Brisbane, Queensland.

 

1961-1962 - Missionary with the Presbyterian Mission in Brookton, W.A., working amongst First Nations people.  This involved general welfare work, pastoral work and preaching.

 

1967-1968 - Probationary minister at Broomehill, W.A. for the Reformed Church.

 

1969-1- Founded the Good News Centre in South Brisbane which specialised in work with alcoholics.

 

1971-1984 - Australian founder of the Youth Welfare agency, Teen Challenge; its Australian coordinator; and the executive director of Teen Challenge (Brisbane) Incorporated.

 

1978-1991- Pioneered Jubilee Fellowship, Brisbane, an inner-city community and interdenominational church, and its part-time minister. Major role: teaching and pastoral care.

 

1991-1996 - Joined the Asia Pacific Christian Mission (APCM, now Pioneers) and was seconded as a lecturer to the Asian Theological Seminary, Metro Manila, Philippines.

 

1994-1996 - Living at the Servants to Asia's Urban Poor retreat house and acting as a resource person to Servants’ workers.

 

1998-2005 - Served as a member and resource person at Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, Vancouver, Canada.

 

2000-2011- Served as an international elder for the mission: Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor.

 

2009-2015 - Served as theological consultant for Micah Challenge, Australia.

 

2013-2015 - Appointed as Theological Advisor to Tear Australia.

 

2013 - Served as Elder Emeritus for Servants.

 

2014-2019 - One of the team leaders of Theology of Tap at the Crown Hotel, Brisbane.

 

During this period, Charles was a part-time lecturer at the Bible College of Queensland; Commonwealth Bible College, Katoomba, N.S.W.; and Northside Christian Family Bible College, Brisbane.  He has spoken at numerous conferences, including: National Charismatic Conferences; N.C.Y.C Youth Conferences; Third International Christian Youth Conference; Assemblies of God Bi-Annual conferences; and medical and social welfare conferences.  He has spoken in churches of virtually all denominations and has given addresses at many University and College campuses. He has lectured at Y.W.A.M. Conference in New Zealand; Dilaram Conference in Amsterdam; Teen Challenge Conferences in Singapore, Wiesbaden (Germany), and Brussels (Belgium), and at a Conference of Christian Communities in New Delhi, India.  He has served as a resource minister for three years at the Wavell Heights Presbyterian Church specialising in lay training and was a Board Member for five years of Victorious Ministries Through Christ which conducts clergy training schools, specialising in teaching and clergy training.  He has had articles published in On Being, New Day, Restore Magazine, Australian Evangel, Dayspring, and Logos Journal on a wide range of Christian topics.  While in the Philippines he conducted many seminars for Christians in the Marketplace, the role of small groups in the church, and was a frequent speaker for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, and the Institute for Studies in Asian Church and Culture. In Canada he was involved in local mission to the urban poor in East Vancouver and was a resource person to a range of urban and campus ministries. During this time, he continued to teach part-time in Asia, particularly in Myanmar (Burma) and the Philippines.

 

Achievements

 

1959-1961 - For three successive years won the award of top apprentice in Queensland in the Printing and Allied Trades Industry.

 

1971 - Funded by Life Line, Brisbane to conduct a study of the illegal drug problem focussing on rehabilitation programs Holland, England and the U.S.A. (New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles).

 

1980 - Won a 4BC Golden Award for Excellence for community service through the work of Teen Challenge.

 

1982 - Award from the Bardon Lions Club in recognition of outstanding community service.

 

1982-1983 - Won a Lions District Governors Community Service Award for the work of Teen Challenge.

 

1987-1991 - Holder of a Commonwealth Government Postgraduate Research Award (C.P.R.A.) for his Ph.D. studies.  In 1990 the C.P.R.A was changed to the Australian Postgraduate Research Award (A.P.R.A).

 

1995 - Joint winner of the 1995 Australian Christian Book of the Year Award presented by the Australian Christian Literature society for the book Catch the Wind.

 

 

Skills

 

Charles has a wide range of skills, which may be summarised as follows:

 

- He is a youth specialist both as practitioner and trainer (having conducted youth training courses throughout Australia and overseas).

 

- He is an experienced counsellor in the areas of drug, youth and family counselling and in spiritual healing.

 

- He is a teacher with experience in high school, tertiary, theological, and post-graduate education. 

 

- He is an effective communicator having spoken at many conferences, churches, tertiary institutions, high schools, service clubs and on radio and TV.

 

- He is an initiator having founded, among other things, the Good News Centre, Teen Challenge in Australia, the Teen Challenge Training Institute and pioneered Jubilee Fellowship.

 

- He is a leader being capable of effectively mobilising people and over-sighting their tasks.

 

- He is a man of wisdom and is frequently sought out by his peers for advice and spiritual direction.

 

- He is a researcher with skills in the social sciences.

 

- He is a writer  (see “Publications”).

 

 

Other achievements                                    

 

- He served on the advisory committee of Stillpoint (Brisbane), a resource and retreat centre focussing on healing, wholeness and inner renewal.

 

- He was a consultant for Stress Management Resources providing counselling services and group workshops dealing with job redesign, stress and conflict resolution.

 

- He was a regular trainer for Scripture Union youth training programs and for Teen Challenge volunteer and staff training programs.

 

- He was a consultant editor for Renewal Journal.

 

- He was the associate editor of the academic journal, Phronesis.

 

- He was a regular training consultant for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), Philippines.

 

- He was on the council of reference for Onesimo Ministries (Philippines) working with urban poor addicted youth.

 

- He served as an international resource person for Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor.

 

- He was a theological consultant to the Micah Challenge Network (Australia).

 

- He was on the council of reference for a Spiritual Direction training program in Brisbane, Australia.

 

- In 2012, he became a companion of the Northumbria Community, UK. A branch of this community was set up in Brisbane in early 2013. He served in a leadership capacity of Northumbria Community, Brisbane until the end of 2019.

 

- In 2014 was professed as a Franciscan Tertiary (tssf).

 

Publications                                               

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1972, “New Dimensions in Christian Living”, in Lewis A. Born, (ed.), Charisma, Brisbane: Queensland Methodist Department of Christian Education

 

RINGMA, Charles, (editor), 1974, Outreach and Counselling Training Manual,Brisbane: Sipp Print

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1975, “Where in the World are We?”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 32, No. 10, pp. 2-3.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1976, “The Moravians: A Visionary and Suffering Community”, Incite, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp.12-20.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1976-1977, “The Moravians: A Visionary Community”, On Being, (December-January), pp. 54-60.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1977, “A Christian Approach to Social Action”, Vision Magazine, (May-June), pp. 8-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1978, Acts for Today, four talks presented on ABC National Radio, Australia

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1978, “The Acts for Today”, Servant Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 2-4.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1978, “Some Perspectives on Youth”, Leader’s Vision, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 9-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1978, “Church Youth Groups: Where are they Headed?”, Leader’s Vision, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp.15-20.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1979, “The Acts for Today: the continuing case for community”, Lifestyles Exchange, (Autumn), pp. 9-16.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1979, “The Acts for Today”, Restore, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 28-35.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1979, “Six Days Shall you Labour: The Christian as Worker”, On Being, (June), pp. 4-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1980, “The Moravians: Signpost of Hope”, On Being, Vol. 7, No. 10, pp.15-16.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1980, “The Moravian Response: Their Word to the Eighties”, in Athol Gill, et.al., Comfort orCrisis: Living Christianly in the Eighties,Chipping North, N.S.W.: Hexagon Press.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1981, “Christian Responsibility”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 9-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1985, “Those who turn, or are turned away”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 42, No. 5, pp. 30-32.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1985, “Healing the Hurts of Life”, Australia’s New Day, (November),  pp. 24-25.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1985, “Charismatic Renewal Revisited: Some Critical Questions”, Australia’s New Day,(September), pp.18-19.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1985, “The Problem of the Revolving Door”, On Being, Vol. 12, No. 8, pp.14-16.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1986, Towards a Sociological Approach to the Study of Early Christianity, (unpublished M.A. (Qual). thesis), Studies in Religion Department, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, Australia

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1986, A Critical Evaluation of the Ecclesiology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, (unpublished B.D. thesis), Reformed Theological College, Geelong, Australia

 

BROWN, Christopher, PAULSEN, Neil, REILLY, Lin, RINGMA, Charles, 1987, Final Report: Empowerment for the Disabled: A New Model for Community Living, (Catholic Social Welfare Commission Deinstitu-tionalisation Demonstration Project), St. Lucia, Queensland: Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1987, “Disability Policy: Can the Non-Government Welfare Sector Deliver the Goods”, in P. Saunders and A. Jamrozik, (eds.),Community Services in a Changing Economicand Social Environment,(S.W.R.C. Reports and Proceedings, No. 70), Sydney: Social Welfare Research Centre, University of N.S.W.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1987, Locating the Demonstration Project in the Catholic Church’s Social Welfare Development, Policy and Ideology(Position Paper 10, Catholic Social Welfare Commission, Deinstitu-tionalisation Demonstration Project), St. Lucia: Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1987, The Projected Model of Service: A Non-Residential Staff Service Model, (Position Paper 8, Catholic Social Welfare Commission, Deinstitutionalisation Demonstration Project), St. Lucia: Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland

 

RINGMA, Charles, et. Al., 1987, Aliens in A Foreign Land, (information pack on the plight of refugees with relevant biblical material), Melbourne: Tear Fund Australia

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “Reading Scripture: Comfort or Challenge”, New Day International, No. 76, pp. 23-25.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “Counting the Cost”, New Day International, No. 81, pp.25-27.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “The Transforming Power of Hope”, On Being, No. 15, No. 7, pp.16-17.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “Bonhoeffer: The Challenge of Costly Discipleship”, Dayspring, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.12-13.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “Making Way for ‘The Seekers’”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 45, No. 9, pp. 9-10.

 

BROWN, Christoper and RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “New Disability Services: Staffing Issues in A Client Empowerment Model”, Australian Disability Review, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 33-38.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1988, “Review of Edwin Robertson’s The Shame and Sacrifice, Hodder & Stoughton, 1987", On Being, Vol. 15, No. 5, p. 46.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Those New Year Resolutions”, Australian Evangel,Vol. 46, No. 1, p. 9.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Strength in the Midst of Weakness”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 46, No. 1, p.17.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1989, Disabled Speak to Policy and Programs: Consumer Perspectives on Services for the Physically and Intellectually Disabled in Queensland, (Occasional paper, 89:1), St. Lucia: Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “A Consumer Directed and Hours-of-Service Staffing Model: A Signpost for New Disability Services”, Australian Disability Review, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp.1-6.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Marriage: the Love that Begets Love”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 46, No. 6, pp. 9-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Discipleship: the Magnificent Mosaic”, On Being, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 4-6.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Building Character”, New Day International, No. 85, p. 5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Empowering Others”,New Day, No. 87, p. 5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “For Everything”, New Day, No. 86, p. 5.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Consumer Perspectives on Disability Services in Queensland: The Long Road to New Directions”, Australia and New Zealand Journal of Developmental Disabilities,Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 41-48.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Being Different?”, Dayspring, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 6-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “As Small as a Mustard Seed”, Dayspring, Vol. 8, No. 2, p.15.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “New Disability Services: the critical role of staff in a consumer-directed empowerment model of service for physically disabled people”, Disability, Handicap & Society,Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 241-257.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Each Part Doing its Work”, New Day, No. 88, p.5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “A Second Conversion”, New Day, No. 89, p.5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “A Vision to Change Society”, Logos Journal, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp.10-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “An Open Ear”, New Day, No. 90, p. 5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Conformity: The Narrowing of a Vision”, Voices, Vol. 3, No. 6, pp.18-19.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Actions and Consequences”, New Day, No. 91, p. 5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “Majoring on Minors: A Critique of Charismatic and Pentecostal Movements”, New Day, No. 91, pp. 27-29.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “In the World, and Not Afraid”, New Day, No. 93, p. 5.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1989, “The Myth of Consumer Participation in Disability Services: Some Issues for Social Workers”, Australian Social Work, Vol. 42, No. 4, pp. 35-40.

 

RINGMA, Charles, et. al., 1989-1990, “Into the 90's”, On Being, Vol. 16, No. 11, pp. 4-10.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Ignoring, tilting at, or jumping in: three models of being Christian in our world”, On Being, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp.10-12.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “The Radical Reformation: Community and Discipleship”, Dayspring, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 5-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “An Open Letter to Mr. Hawke: Does the Failure of the Church Negate the Claims of Christ?”, New Day, No. 95, pp.19-21.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Review of Charles Colson’s Against the Night: Living in the New Dark Ages, Hodder & Stoughton, 1990", On Being, Vol. 17, No. 3, p. 35.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Pre-marital Counselling: Reclaiming the Church’s Lost Opportunity (I)”, Ministers’Bulletin,.(June), pp. 20-22

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “The Flickering Flame: A Fictional and Historical Reconstruction of the Moravian Story”, Dayspring, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 6-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Lost at Church: Christianity as a Way of Life”, On Being, Vol. 17, No. 7, pp.18-21.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Review of Maria Zijlstra’s The Deep End: Talking About Believing and Not Believing, McPhee Gribble Publishers, 1989", On Being, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 45-47.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Review of Christine McColl’s Living Spirituality: Contemporary Australians Search For the Meaning of Life, Greenhouse Publications, 1989,” On Being, Vol. 17, No. 5, pp. 45-47.

 

BROWN, Christopher, JEANNERET, Steven, MORRISON, Jennifer,  RINGMA, Charles, 1990, The Community Living Program, Research & Development Project, 1989-1990, Final Report, St. Lucia: Department of Social Work and Social Policy, University of Queensland

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, "Pre Marital Counselling: Reclaiming the Church’s Lost Opportunity (II)”, Ministers’Bulletin, 

(October), pp.13-15.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Review of T.W. Wilson’s The Key to Lasting Joy, Word Book, 1989", On Being, Vol. 17, No. 10, p. 46.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Christian Freedom and Responsibility”, On Being, Vol. 17, No. 10, pp.16-18.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Where Does Jesus Live?  The Issue of Downward Mobility”, New Day, No. 102, pp. 27-29.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1990, “Travelling Life’s Journey Joyfully”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 47, No. 12, p. 41.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “There is More to Love”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 48, No. 1, p. 43.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “Getting What We Want”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 48, No. 2, p.45

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “The Act of Partnership in Marriage”, On Being, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp.10-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “The Matter of Responsibility”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 48, No. 4, p. 45.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “Two Kinds of Discipleship?  Two Forms of Spirituality?”, Australian Evangel, Vol. 48, No. 5, p.37.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “Foreword”, Jodie’s Story, by Jeanette Grant-Thomson, Sydney: Anzea Publishers

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, Gadamer’s Dialogical Hermeneutic: the Hermeneutics of Bultmann, of the New Testament Sociologists and of the Social Theologians in Dialogue with Gadamer’s Hermeneutic (unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Queensland)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “The Disquieting Presence of the Spirit”, Church on Fire, (edited by Geoff Waugh), Melbourne: The Joint Board of Christian Education, pp. 41-44.

 

RINGMA, Charles, and BROWN, Christopher, 1991, “Hermeneutics and the Social Sciences: An Evaluation of the Function of Hermeneutics in a Consumer Disability Study”, Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, pp.57-73.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1991, “The True Mark of a Christian”, On Being, Vol. 18, No. 10, pp. 26-27.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, Dare to Journey with Henri Nouwen, Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “Review of Edwin Robertson’s Bonhoeffer’s Heritage, Hodder & Stoughton, 1989", On Being, Vol. 19, No. 2, pp.35-37.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “A Participatory Approach to Establishing Positive Consumer Outcomes”, Australian Disability Review, No.1 (92), pp. 33-52.

 

BROWN, Christopher and RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “New Disability Services: The Critical Role of Staff in a Consumer-Directed Empowerment Model of Service for Physically Disabled People” in Walmsley, J., Reynolds, J., Shakespeare, P. & Woolfe, R. (eds.) Health, Welfare and Practice: Reflecting on Roles and Relationships, London: Sage

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “Serving People Not a Profession”, On Being, Vol. 19, No. 8, pp.14-17.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “Building Two Communities”, The Steward, Vol. 1, No.2, pp. 6-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, “Transformation Theology: Some Implications and Challenges”, Encounter: Asian Theological Seminary Yearbook, p. 27.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1992, Grip Dagen: met Dietrich Bonhoeffer, (Norwegian translation of Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer), Oslo: Verbum

 

RINGMA, Charles, JEANNERET, Stephen, BROWN, Christopher, 1993, “Perspectives on a Journey to Independent Living”, Youth Studies Australia, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp.51-57.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1993, “Circles of Influence”, On Being, Vol. 20, No. 6, pp.12-13.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1993, “Discipleship: Some Steps on a Long Journey”, Encounter: Asian Theological Seminary Yearbook, pp.113-114.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1993, Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer(Chinese translation), Doncaster, Vic. Concord Grange

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1993,  Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer(2ndedition, revised), Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1994, “Lower the Drawbridge: Bringing Social Justice Home”, Renewal Journal, No. 3, pp.3-9.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1994, Catch the Wind: The Shape of the Church to Come - and Our Place in it, Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1994, “Phronesis: The Challenge of Practical Wisdom”, Phronesis, Vol. 1, pp. 3-6.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1994, “A Theology of Work: Some Preliminary Considerations”, Phronesis, Vol. 1, pp.13-36.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1994, “Do It: Christian Freedom and Responsibility”, New Day,No. 137, pp.22-23.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, Resist the Powers with Jacques Ellul,Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “Introducing Dave Andrews” in Dave Andrews Can You Hear the Heartbeat?, Metro Manila: OMF Literature, pp.ix-xii.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “Transformation Theology: Some Curriculum Issues”, Phronesis,Vol. 2, pp.77-91.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “Review of Lee Wanak (ed.), 1994, Directions in Theological Education, Metro Manila: OMF Literature”, Phronesis,Vol. 2, pp.92-93.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “Review of Melba Maggay, 1994, Transforming Society, Oxford: Regnum Lynx”, Phronesis,Vol. 2, No. 2, pp.93-95.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “A Breath of Fresh Air”, Dayspring, Vol. 14, No. 1

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, Dare to Journey with Henri Nouwen, (Chinese translation), Doncaster: Concord Grange

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, Catch the Wind: The Shape of the Church to Come, and Our Place in it.  (Philippine edition), Metro Manila: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, “Two Kinds of Discipleship; Two Forms of Spirituality”, Encounter, ’95, Metro Manila: Asian Theological Seminary

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1995, Dare to Journey with Henri Nouwen (Philippine edition), Metro Manila: OMF Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1996, Life in Full Stride,Metro Manila: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1996, “Adult Christian Education and Theological Hermeneutics” Phronesis, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp.3-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1996, “Changed... To Be Agents of Change”, Encounter: Asian Theological Seminary Year Book, pp.86-87.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1996, “Review of Lynn E. Perrey, 1995 Sacramental Cocoa and Other Stories from the Parish of the Poor, Louisville:  Westminster John Knox Press”, The Beacon Hill Books Reviewer, Vol. 2, No. 3, p. 170. 

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1996 Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Philippine edition) Metro Manila: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997 “Dietrich Bonhoeffer:  His Life, Theology, and Praxis and their Implications for Ecumenism”, Phronesis, Vol. 4, No. 1 pp. 21-32.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997 “Review of M. Scott Peck, 1996, In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason, and Discovery, Simon & Schuster”,Phronesis, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 77-79.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997, “Review of Henri J.M. Nouwen, 1994, Our Greatest Gift: A Meditation on Dying and Caring, Hodder & Stoughton, Phronesis, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 81-82.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997, “Review of Henri J. Nouwen, 1996 Can You Drink The Cup?, Ave Maria Press”, Phronesis, Vol. 4, No. 1 pp. 79-80.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997, Resist the Powers with Jacques Ellul (Philippine edition), Metro Manila: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1997, Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer (3rd edition revised), Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1998, “Foreword” in Jenni M. Craig, Servants Among the Poor, Metro Manila:  OMF. Literature pp.7-9.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1998, “John 11 and 12" in Encounter with God: In Depth Bible Notes, Milton Keynes: Scripture Union, pp. 53-65.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1998, Cry Freedom: with Voices from the Third World, Sydney: Albatross Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1998, “Tensions in the Theology of Work”, Vocatio, Vol. I, No. 2, pp.7-14.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 1999, Gadamer’s Dialogical Hermeneutic: The Hermeneutics of Bultmann, of the NewTestament Sociologists, and of the Social Theologians in Dialogue with Gadamer’s Hermeneutic, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2000, Seize the Day with Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Revised) Colorado Springs: Piñon Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2000, Dare to Journey with Henri Nouwen (Revised) Colorado Springs: Piñon Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2000, Resist the Powers with Jacques Ellul (Revised) Colorado Springs: Piñon Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2000, “The Slow March of God”, Phronesis, Vol. 7, No.1, pp. 3-18.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2001, Catch the Wind: The Shape of the Church to Come – and Your Place in It, Vancouver:  Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2001, “Foreword” in Dave Andrews Not Religion, But Love: Practising a Radical Spiritualityof Compassion, Oxford: Lion Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2001, “The Slow March of God,” Crux,Vol. XXXVII, No.2., pp. 31-38.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2002, “Holistic Ministry and Mission: A Call for Reconceptualization,” Phronesis, Vol.9, No.1, pp.43-69.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2002, “Holistic Ministry and Mission: A Call for Reconceptualization,”Crux, Vol. XXXVIII, No.2, pp.20-34.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2003, Seek the Silences with Thomas Merton, London: SPCK

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2003, “Foreword” in R PaulStevens Down-to-Earth Spirituality: Encountering God in the Ordinary, Boring Stuff of Life, Downers Grove: IVP, pp. 9-10.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2004, Wash the Feet of the World with Mother Teresa,Colorado Springs: Pinon Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2004, Set My People Free with Martin Luther King, Jr.,Colorado Springs: Pinon Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2004, Life in Full Stride: Faith Stretching Reflections for Christians in the Real World, (Revised), Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2004, “Holistic Ministry and Mission: A Call for Reconceptualization”, Missiology: An International Review,Vol. XXXII, No.4, pp. 431-448.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2004, Dare to Journey with Henri Nouwen (Korean Edition) Seoul: Joy Mission

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2005, Whispers from the Edge of Eternity: Reflections on Life and Faith in a Precarious World, Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2005, Whispers from the Edge of Eternity: Reflections on Life and Faith in a Precarious World, Metro Manila: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2005, Catch the Wind: a precursor to the emergent church, (New Edition), Vancouver: Regent 

College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2005, Soken etter stillhet med Thomas Merton, Falun: Genesis

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2006, Finding Naasicaa: Letters of Hope in an Age of  Anxiety, Vancouver: Regent College 

Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2006, Hear the Heart Beat: with Henri Nouwen, London: SPCK

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2006, The Seeking Heart: A Journey with Henri Nouwen, Brewster, Ma.: Paraclete Press

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2006, Fanga dagen med Dietrich Bonhoeffer,Orebro: Bokforlaget Libris

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2007, Resister: pour un christianisme de conviction avec Jacques Ellul,Paris: Empreinte

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2007, Finding Naasicaa: Letters of Hope in an Age of Anxiety(Revised Edition), Vancouver:

Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA,  Charles, 2008, Ragged Edges: poems from the margins, Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA,  Charles,  2008,  Wash the Feet of the World with Mother Teresa, (Revised Edition), Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles,  2008,  “Foreword” in Sylvia Palugod, Toward the Abundant Life: Transforming Lives, Transforming Communities, Mandaluyong City: OMF Lit. pp. vi-ix.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2008, “God’s Spirit and the Poor-Towards an Incarnational and Integral Missional Spirituality” in Catford, C. (ed), Following Fire: How the Sprit Leads us to Fight Injustice, Springvale, Vic.: UNOH, pp.42-55.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2008, “Liberation Theologians Speak to Evangelicals: A Theology and Praxis of Serving the Poor”, in Lee Wanak (ed) The Church and Poverty in Asia,Mandaluyong City: OMF Lit. pp.7-53.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2008, “God’s Spirit and the Poor: Towards a Missional Spirituality”, Phronesis, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp 57-79.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2008, “Wellness and Fear” in Luke’s Journal, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 18-20.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2008, Let My People Go with Martin Luther King, Jr., (Revised Edition), Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2009, “Liberation Theologians Speak to Evangelicals: A Theology and Praxis of Serving the Poor” (Abridged version), Phronesis, Vol. 15, Nos. 1 and 2, pp.7-25.

 

RINGMA. Charles, 2009, “Preface”, in Kristin Jack (ed.) The Sound of Worlds Colliding: Stories of Radical Poor Discipleship from Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor, Phnom Penh: Hawaii Printing House, pp.1-3.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2009, “Liberation Theologians Speak to Evangelicals: A Theology and Praxis of Serving the Poor”, Crux, Vol. 45, No.2, pp. 13-21.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2010, “A Safe Place for Radical Conversations”, in D. Andrews and H. Beazley (eds.), Learnings: Lessons We Are Learning About Living Together, Brisbane: Frank Communications, pp. 147-150.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2010, “Drinking from Many Fountains: A Missional Spirituality for Radical Evangelicals (Part I) Phronesis, Vol. 14, Nos. 1 & 2, pp. 67-84.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2010, “A Lucan Examen” in S. Gleddiesmith, for Welcoming the Stranger: Readying Ourselves for Christmas, Vancouver: Regent College Publishing, p. 38-39.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2010, “Stages of Faith”, Luke’s Journal, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 6-8.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2010, Melangkah Dengan Berani Bersama Henri Nouwen (Indonesian Edition “Dare to Journey”), Bandung: Pionir Jaya

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2011, “Foreword” in Tim Dickau, Plunging into the Kingdom Way,Eugene: Cascade Books, pp. ix-xiii.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2011, “The Gift and Praxis of Simplicity” The Servants’ Quarters,Issue 3, pp. 8-9.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2011, “Liberation Theologians Speak to Evangelicals: A Theology and Praxis of Serving the Poor” in H. Beazley and D. Andrews (eds) Bearings: Getting Our Bearings Again in the Light of the Gospel, Brisbane: Frank Communications, pp. 99-156.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2011, “Foreword” in Jenny & Justin Duckworth, Against the Tide, Towards the Kingdom, Eugene: Cascade Books, pp. ix-xi.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2011, “Being With: The Search for Friendship and Community”, The Servants’ Quarters, Vol.2, No.1, pp.7-9.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2012, “Suffering: Joining the Suffering God”, Jeremiah’s Dilemma Quarterly, No. 8, pp.13-16. Menghidupi Hari Bersama Dietrich Bonhoeff

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2012, er (Indonesian Edition “Seize the Day”), Bandung: Pionir Jaya

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2013, “Foreword” in I. Alexander, A Glimpse of the Kingdom in Academia: Academic Formation as Radical Discipleship, Eugene: Cascade Books, pp. ix-xii.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2013, Hear the Ancient Wisdom: A Meditational Reader for the Whole Year from the Early Church Fathers up to the Pre-Reformation. Eugene: Cascade Books

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2013, Hear the Ancient Wisdom: Daily Readings from the Early Church to the Reformation: London: SPCK

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2013, Seek the Silences with Thomas Merton,New Kindle Edition. Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, “Hear the Ancient Wisdom: Medieval Christian Mystics Speak to Present-Day Asian Evangelicals,” inWalking with God: Christian Spirituality in an Asian Context, eds. C. R. Ringma & K. Hollenbeck-Wuest. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: OMF Literature, pp.112-126.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, “Introduction,” in Walking with God: Christian Spirituality in an Asian Context, ed. C. R. Ringma & K. Hollenbeck-Wuest. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: OMF Literature, pp.7-13.

 

RINGMA, Charles & Karen Hollenbeck-Wuest, eds., 2014, Walking with God: Christian Spirituality in an Asian Context, Mandaluyong City, Philippines: OMF Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, “An Introduction by a Christian Scholar,” in Dave Andrews, Isa: Christian-Muslim Ramadan Reflections, Northcote, Vic.: Morning Star Publishing, pp. 7-10.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, Hear the Heartbeat with Henri Nouwen: Reflections on the Way of the Seeking Heart.Vancouver: Regent College Publishing (New Edition)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, Seek the Silences with Thomas Merton. Vancouver: Regent College Publishing (New Edition)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, “The Challenge of First World Re-Evangelisation,” Ethos, June Edition. (Online)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2014, “The Challenge of First-World Re-Evangelization,” Focus, Vol. 34, No. 2 (August) pp.5-7.

 

RINGMA, Charles and Irene Alexander, eds., 2015, Of Martyrs, Monks and Mystics: A Yearly Meditational Reader of Ancient Spiritual Wisdom, Eugene, OR: Cascade

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2015, In the Footsteps of an Ancient Faith: Living the Ancient Wisdom in the Modern World, Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles and Mary Dickau, 2015, The Art of Healing Prayers, London: SPCK

 

RINGMA, Charles, Karen Hollenbeck-Wuest & Athena O. Gorospe, eds. 2015, God at the Borders: Globalization, Migration and Diaspora, Mandaluyong City, Philippines: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, “Introduction,” C. Ringma. et al. eds. 2015, God at the Borders: Globalization, Migration and Diaspora, Mandaluyong City, Philippines: OMF. Literature, pp.10-11.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2015, “A Spirituality of Eating,” Luke’s Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1 (February) pp. 16-18.

 

RINGMA, Charles and Athena Gorospe, 2016, Judges: A Pastoral and Contextual Commentary. Asia Bible Commentary. Carlisle, UK: Langham Global Library

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2016, Catch the Wind: Church Where People Matter (New Edition) Vancouver: Regent College Publishing

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, Catch the Wind: Church Where People Matter (Japanese Edition). Japan: AmenDo Publishers

 

RINGMA, Charles, Athena E. Gorospe & Karen Hollenbeck-Wuest, eds., 2017, Why, O God? Disaster, Resiliency and the People of God. Mandaluyong City, MM: OMF. Literature

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, “Franciscan Peacemaking: Making Connection with the Wider Christian Tradition,” Zadok Paper. S219. Autumn, 2017, pp. 8-16.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, “Migration and the Migrant God,” The Regent World, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Winter). (Online)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, Sabbath Time: a hermitage journey of retreat, return and communion. Carlisle, UK: Piquant Editions

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, “Contemplation in a World of Action,” The Regent World, Vol. 29, No. 2. (On Line) 

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2017, “The Church’s Calling in a Troubled World: The Grand Design and Fragile Engagement,” Zadok Paper. S225. Summer, pp. 2-8.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2018, “A Spirituality of Eating,” Ethos, 27 April, 2018 (Online)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2018, “Foreword” in K. Kreminski, Urban Spirituality: Embodying God’s Mission in the Neighbourhood. Skyforest, CA: Urban Loft Publishers, 2018, p.7-8.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2018, Chase Two Horses: Proverbs and Sayings for an Everyday Spirituality. Birmingham, UK: Piquant Editions

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2018, “Review of K. Kreminski, ‘Urban Spirituality: Embodying God’s Mission in the Neighbourhood,’ Skyforest. CA: Urban Loft Publishers, 2018,” Ethos, 18 October, 2018 (Online)

 

RINGMA, Charles & Athena E. Gorospe eds., 2018, “Introduction,” in Athena E. Gorospe and Charles R. Ringma, eds. How Long, O Lord?: The Challenge and Promise of Reconciliation and Peace. Carlisle, UK: Langham Global, pp. 1-5.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2018, “Franciscan Peacemaking: Making Connections with the Wider Christian Tradition,” in Athena E. Gorospe and Charles R, Ringma, eds. How Long, O Lord?: The Challenge of Reconciliation and Peace. Carlisle: UK: Langham Global, pp. 163-186.

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2020, “Coronavirus, Liminality and Meditation,” Ethos. 20 April, 2020. (Online)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2021, In the Midst of Much-Doing: Themes in a Missional Spirituality (Forthcoming)

 

RINGMA, Charles, 2021, Almost a Monk: Living an Interiorized Monasticism (Forthcoming)