Leroy Barber talks about his strategy for love and being a neighbor.
Thoughts on loving your neighbor.
Richard Twiss chats about the "oneness" of the Trinity, our cultural preferences, and our incompleteness without our neighbor's music.
Christ calls us to love our neighbors as ourselves.
Personal salvation is an oxymoron.
How do you see the homeless?
Miroslav Volf on the promise of possibility in 1 Peter’s command, to “Honor everyone.”
Gary Best talks about loving folks "outside the camp."
Have we lost the capacity for empathy?
Rachel Held Evans on "gatekeepers" to the Table.
"He is known to them in the breaking of the bread." Parker Palmer on welcoming the stranger.
Are God's children caring for one another?
Love is not a buzz word. Jonathan Brooks' thoughts on the role of the church.
Chris Seay speaks about protesting verses listening, the Church's response to controversy, and seizing the opportunities to dialogue.
The Church often is known for taking great things and making them small. Jesus invites us into something larger.
Michael Frost suggests the best seats in the house may not be where you think they are. Dinner party etiquette from Luke 14.
Are you saved or still unconverted?
An invitation to exilic living and loving enemies.
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.
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?
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