Do we come to Church or do we come to Christ?
Why do we keep cleaning the outside of the dish when it's the inside that matters?
Richard Rohr on the conversion that comes from being "in Christ."
Richard Rohr on learning how to think in terns of “yes, but…” and “both and and."
Mike Frost on Jesus, laziness, fear, resurrection and sanctification.
"The Spirit is God's force of newness." Walter Brueggemann on hope and imagination.
Stephanie Paulsell of Harvard Divinity reflects on how to nurture friendship and intimacy over time by cultivating the radical openness and vulnerability embodied in Jesus.
John Phillip Newell radical resurrection.
Clint Kemp talks about the flow of spiritual development in the life of a Jesus follower.
Sharing grief without offering platitudes.
Tripp Fuller on serving Bin Laden communion…before you’d beat him up.
Peter Rollins on finding God through embracing our brokenness. Music by Timothy Coons.
11-film conversation with sociologist Michael O. Emerson.
Author, peacemaker and speaker Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove talks about addictions and where to find freedom.
Should we be remembered for the worst thing we've ever done? Does everyone deserve a second chance? Can we really forgive?
Parker Palmer on the cruciform way of life.
Aaron Edwards talks about his condition, “The Suicide Disease,” and surrendering to Jesus.
Thoughts on community development with Ethan Daly.
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.
Are what we "believe" and what we really believe two different things?
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