Walter Brueggemann on the church carving out space for real community.
Nadia Bolz-Weber thoughts on a "dying church."
God so loved the world he became a part of it. Dan Spencer reflects on the care for creation in the church.
Are our church's addiction to efficiency killing the creativity in our communities?
How can we, the church, overcome our addiction to "programs?"
Brian Mclaren talks about the label "atheist," church history, and following Jesus.
God is not a white man. The church is not a factory. God is love. Music by Gungor. www.gungormusic.com.
Craig Detweiler on the Jesus slot machine, the church zoo, and nice people.
Lisa Sharon Harper on the role of the church.
Latin American theologian Rene Padilla on institutionalized injustice and grassroots change through the Church, the school of love.
What does the world need? What does the church Need?
Author, professor and pastor Darrell Johnson discusses the ascension, the magnetism of Jesus, the church and "christian entrprise."
Theologian and missiologist René Padilla discusses Christian loyalty and the Confessing Church during Nazi Germany.
Author Christina Cleveland on the disunity in the church.
Is going to church the most you can do to serve God or is it the least?
Is the church present to the immigrant? Are you saved?
Love is not a buzz word. Jonathan Brooks' thoughts on the role of the church.
Preacher, poet and prophet Micah Bournes on Act 17 and the call for the church to go and turn the world upside down.
Images of nature, people, light, and dark, and decaying church.
Scotty Smith claims renewal at times, comes through the arts. He calls artist to not abandoned th church and to steward well.
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