Happy Earth Day!

For Earth Day, here’s a recap of the Blog Action Day participation on Hacking Christianity on the topic of Climate Change.  Enjoy! Hacking Global Warming: exploring how our understanding of God as relational can lead to advances in understanding climate change. Hacking Global Cooling: exploring how our human condition of growing closer and yet more frigid towards […]

Blog Action Day Recap [2008-2009]

Here’s a recap of the Blog Action Day participation on Hacking Christianity: Climate Change 2009 Hacking Global Warming: exploring how our understanding of God as relational can lead to advances in understanding climate change. Hacking Global Cooling: exploring how our human condition of growing closer and yet more frigid towards each other compounds the problem […]

Hacking Climate Change [2of3] [BlogActionDay]

Today is the second annual Blog Action Day that HX has participated in.  Last year’s post was on Poverty; and as you can see, this year’s is on Climate Change.  I would encourage you to check out www.blogactionday.org to see what other groups have talked about. Part II – Hacking Global Cooling If last post […]

Church Bulletin EcoFont [earth.hack]

For the environmentally conscious churches, there’s a new font that puts holes in the middle of the letters, rendering them “readable by the human eye” but also using 20% less ink!  http://www.ecofont.eu/behind_ecofont_en.html For a church with weekly bulletins, the savings on ink could be either incremental or incredible!  Or just incredibly annoying!  Ha! To find […]

Lottery Winnings in Offering Plates [ethics.hack]

an ethics.hack (read more about it here) is an examination of how the Church operates at the intersection of church and world.   By revisiting conventional wisdom and standard operating procedures, we seek to unveil a clearer response in the midst of murkiness. This isn’t something you see everyday: a church refuses an offering.  The […]