There’s one conversation with new visitors that I’ve made a habit of having in the None Zone that I never did in the Bible Belt.
Archives for November 2015
The call to identify and separate American Muslims has yielded a particular kind of response by Christians.
The best and worst of a global church speaking in one voice to help people regardless of their nation or their religious status.
Winter is coming, and indeed it is already here. Time for the church to change from growth to innovation.
Humans have been coded in a particular way that they ultimately resist the goals and methods of terrorism.
The phrase “historic Christian teaching” has become enough of a buzzword that most people just roll right over it, but there’s also an intent behind it that is important to draw out for people concerned about LGBT persons and women’s ordination.
The letter from the African Bishops on terrorism, unity, and human sexuality shows the value of regional diversity and the need for more authority given to those who are on the front lines of global concerns.
Figuring out a light touch for technology in traditional worship.