The common interfaith image of “God as a mountain with many paths” needs some tweaking to make more theological sense.
Understanding how the Biblical Text was originally written sheds light on how the anti-gay section of Romans 1 is not an argument made by Paul.
There’s a ton of free Christian content online–but not all of it is good, or helpful to all theological persuasions. How do you find the wheat amongst the chaff?
Sitting closer to people in your pew makes you more attentive to one another, but that proximity also helps churches turn their diversity outward towards a common mission.
A sample lesson for a Sunday School class that examines the hymnody in a sample worship service and how many different “types” of resurrection is in a single worship service! Includes discussion, examples, and takeaways.
Great short video explaining the basics of Open Source using LEGOs…so awesome!
When we choose to be knit together, what do we say? Do all churches in a denomination need to say the same thing precisely?
I saw floating around FB a link to a NewsOK article (autoplay video warning) that talked about how not 100% of donations to the American Red Cross are guaranteed to go to Oklahoma. And this is a problem. While there is a solution in that donations to UMCOR are 100% given to the victims, the […]
Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of hanging out with a church planter who does lots of missional church behind-the-scenes work: getting to know the community, the people, the needs, and the aspirations…and allowing those factors to dictate what the church looks like. And what she told me shocked me. She told me of […]
I really resonated with a blog post by Scot McKnight “Incarnation is not a Ministry Strategy” as he talks about how recent efforts to brand a ministry as “incarnational” water down the term. Read it here. McKnight is reflecting on a book by Andrew Root about the topic and he says this: In the “incarnational […]