Why do so many churches seem to fit neatly into the dominate world narrative?
Are you participating in the Insurrection as a result of the Resurrection?
Does your community create space for dialogue or is it driven by policy?
Does your community read and interpret the bible together in community or is it left up to the "experts?"
Is your community hearing prophetic words from unexpected verses? Pastor and author Tim Condor reflects.
Why hasn't the church done a better job at creating space for the elderly in the life of our communities?
Imagine every child with...food, water, clothing, shelter, touch, health...playing...free...living...sharing...creating...hoping. Imagine.
Does the Spirit leave when their isn't unity?
Is going to church the most you can do to serve God or is it the least?
Has the church become frantic activity on the Sabbath?
If you see some brother or sister in need and have the means to do something about it but turn a cold shoulder and do nothing, what happens to God's love?
Look! I'm making everything new. Tell everyone this is dependable and true.
Richard Twiss, author invites us to consider voices from the margins to keep us from operating out of only our own perceptions.
Richard Twiss talks about worshiping in the context of who God made us.
Walter Breuggemann on Lent, Good Friday, Easter and the "shutdown" of the way it used to be.
Have we made the gospel too safe? Walter Brueggemann discusses freedom and doubt.
Are we youth obsessed? Do we allow space and time to hear from the voices of our history?
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.
Fuzz Kitto calls us to unleash our imaginations for God's mission.
Craig Detweiler, filmmaker, author and professor on the role of the arts pastor, freeing the Saints and creating moments that make us pause.
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