You are the one God left to find.
Erwin McManus on nurturing a child-like faith.
Erwin McManus on creating an artwork out of our lives.
Erwin McManus on fulfilling God's intention for our life.
Norman Wirzba suggest churches should grow food.
What does reconciliation with yourself, with others, with creation, and with systems and nations look like?
Barbara Brown Taylor on growing past seeing everything as good or bad and in or out.
Tripp Fuller on serving Bin Laden communion…before you’d beat him up.
Scholar, author and activist Monica A Coleman making lemonade out of lemons.
Are we teaching what to see or how to see? Richard Rohr on getting in on more of God.
African Claude Nikondeha invites us into bigger salvation stories.
Have we lost the ability to nurture beauty and wonder and foster new possibilities in our communities? Missiologist Mike Frost invites us into forced disequilibrium and liminal spaces.
"The Spirit is God's force of newness." Walter Brueggemann on hope and imagination.
Walter Brueggemann on shalom, justice, the neighborhood and salvation.
Where is the line between beauty and truth? NT Wright reflects on doing truth.
Does God only move in our building? Sally Morganthaler on new portals and thoughts from Barbara Brown Taylor.
Tim Soerens and Paul Sparks of The Parish Collective along with author Dwight Friesen and TWOTP's Steve Frost discuss the theology of place and imagination.
In God's economy there's no need for capitalism or socialism. Author, New Monastic, peacemaker and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove reflects on living the life we were made for.
Does the church spark the imaginations of the current systems and society at large?
Are our church's addiction to efficiency killing the creativity in our communities?
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