Walter Brueggemann on shalom, justice, the neighborhood and salvation.
Does the church spark the imaginations of the current systems and society at large?
If you lost everything, how long would it take you to get something to eat, find a place to stay, and a get some work?
Are the "poor more starved for beauty than they are for bread?" Clint Kemp discusses the redemptive power of art and sacred space.
Suzanne Stabile on creating space and place.
What is it going to look like without a "them?"
If you don't have love, you don't have anything.
Amal Nassar on keeping hope alive in Bethlehem.
Unity in and through one God.
Our churches should be schools of love, not bureaucratic entities.
We have become "stuff focused?" In this culture how do we become an "alternative" community?
Pastor Ron Lewis invites us to consider stirring up our Kingdom imagination this Thanksgiving to focus on the guest and not necessarily the menu.
Are we being the hands and feet of Jesus? Chris Seay shares hard questions during a visit with our friends in Chacocente, Nicaragua.
Sara Miles on conversion and community.
Bless our God, O peoples, let the sound of his praise be heard. He has kept us among the living. He has not let our feet slip.
Andy Harrington shares a story about compassion and "washing other's feet."
Jesus' party invite recommendations.
I was hungry and you gave me no meal...Where were You?
The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.
When you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind.
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