Has the church become frantic activity on the Sabbath?
In many ways the church has become dismembered. So how do we remember in order to re-member?
Chris Seay speaks about protesting verses listening, the Church's response to controversy, and seizing the opportunities to dialogue.
Our churches should be schools of love, not bureaucratic entities.
Author and professor Dwight Friesen on the church being open...but also closed and forever becoming.
Unfortunately, Pentecost is usually overshadowed by the Church's celebration of Mother's Day every year.
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
Does the church spark the imaginations of the current systems and society at large?
Ocean nature, sun and people imagery of joy.
Mark Van Steenwyk thoughts on the role of the church.
Why do so many churches seem to fit neatly into the dominate world narrative?
Cross, empire, idols, and church imagery.
Do we come to Church or do we come to Christ?
Hopeful practices for the Church from Walter Brueggemann
Why hasn't the church done a better job at creating space for the elderly in the life of our communities?
Hauerwas on civil rights and what's numbing the church's conscience.
Author and professor John Goldingay's take on the condition of the North American church, and what breaks his heart.
God, breathe life back into our lungs so we can praise your name. Music by Gungor.
Is church boring? Is eye candy the answer? Walter Brueggemann doesn't rush to answers as he contemplates what makes him angry and what gives him hope.
Charlie Peacock on art in the church.
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