What do you need to recover from?
Mark Van Steenwyk on how the empire infests our imaginations.
Walter Brueggemann on on empire and the liberation of the neighborhood.
Whose agenda do you serve?
We face each other, and are allowed to see God and our humanity through the eyes of the fallible other.
Kathy Khang on what the dominant, white, Western, Christians learn from marginalized voices.
Brian Zahnd on journey from grape juice to wine.
Cross, empire, idols, and church imagery.
Are we experiencing the right kind of pressure? Are we caught within the empire and its pressure to succeed?
Scenes of people, nature, and metaphors of empire.
Practices of Kingdom Citizenship
Robert Guerrero on the Kingdom economic principles that secure a just and alternative community to that of the empire.
The “glue” of narrative dissolves when we fail to re-tell our stories within the community.
Is mission the activity of God or the church?
Nature, sheep, Jerusalem, people, city, sky, and forest imagery.
Walter on "Imprisoning" the alternative voice.
11 films about faith and community.
Walter on America's notion of being God's chosen people.
Stanley Hauerwas on the American election season.
Walter Brueggemann on the land promises and the American dream.
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