The U.S. election is bringing deep anxiety, incivility, and fear to U.S. congregations. How do leaders navigate this moment?
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How do we see God in light of the crises that surround us? Do you look back to find him or look somewhere else?
Is Facebook evil? How about Tik Tok? Take time and learn from two resources and decide on your own.
This prayer can help us keep our focus on our neighbor.
A Prayer for God's work in us to make us one, as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are one.
Taking words from James Baldwin, Robert P. Jones' new book holds that white Christians have been white too long.
Could it be that without confession there can't really be deep renewal?
Thanks for the ideas and for joing the conversation!posted on: Of Donkeys, Elephants, and Other Animals
I wonder if it is largely majority culture churches in the U.S. that decline when Social Justice enters the picture. It seems that social justice doesn't go well with the more...
Chris, Thanks for these thoughts. One of the struggle we have is loving the Sabbath, for many it was a burden when growing up and now it is often an afterthought. Your words reminded me of some...
Thanks Resonate and PCR for this new resource, an important one in all times, but especially in this ministry moment
Syd, thanks for this thoughtful blog post. I believe, along with you, that we are stepping into a new space of being creator churches. One of the critical pieces of this is, as you say, being...
Thanks for joining the conversation. I agree that relevance is not central to the life of the church. Rather it is being faithful to God's call.
The church is not just...
I love Michael's question and would enjoy seeing some comments around it. What do those of you who have engaged the book think, "Is this how evangelicals are perceived or is this what evangelicals...
Hi Bill, Thanks for the thought. I've reflected on this as well. While we can go in the category or Pelagian or semi-Pelagian I go in a different direction. I remember reading the book on early...posted on: Are You Funneling?
Thanks for taking the time to dig deeply into the "shepherd" and the work of the "shepherd" under Christ. I sense that you are seeing things pretty clearly in Ajax; and doing some...posted on: No Place for Shepherds?
Thanks for this great testimony of pain, loss, hope, and just that bit of godly wondering.