Our churches should be schools of love, not bureaucratic entities.
Hopeful practices for the Church from Walter Brueggemann
What does reconciliation with yourself, with others, with creation, and with systems and nations look like?
Barbara Brown Taylor on finding common ground with others.
Stanley Hauerwas on the alternative witness of a Christian.
What does land have to do wiht the baptized? Paul Sparks responds.
African Claude Nikondeha invites us into bigger salvation stories.
Walter Brueggemann on on empire and the liberation of the neighborhood.
Miroslav Volf on the promise of possibility in 1 Peter’s command, to “Honor everyone.”
“The ground for ecumenicism is found in the Eucharist,” Walter Brueggemann…And one neighbor at a time.
"If you take the 'love your enemy' out of Christianity, you've 'unChristianed" the Christian faith," Miroslav Volf.
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Ann Atwater and Shane Claiborne on why "place" matters to God and God's people.
Is our Christian identity built from fear from the other? Christian author and peacemaker Brian McLaren on four challenges - historical, doctrinal, liturgical and missional - to consider for community transformation.
Scott Alexander, Director of Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, reflects on interreligious dialogue as the practice of following Christ across religious and cultural boundaries.
Walter Brueggemann on shalom, justice, the neighborhood and salvation.
"He is known to them in the breaking of the bread." Parker Palmer on welcoming the stranger.
Live generously. Love Your Enemies.
Don Cowie on why the unpoor need the poor just as much as the the poor need the unpoor.
Tim Soerens and Paul Sparks of The Parish Collective along with author Dwight Friesen and TWOTP's Steve Frost discuss going to to mission as "listeners."
m Soerens and Paul Sparks of The Parish Collective along with author Dwight Friesen and TWOTP's Steve Frost discuss the theology of place.
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