Biblical, theological, & practical reflections from the trenches.
Come As You Are, But Don’t Stay As You AreMay 22, 2015
Reading the Bible Well: Part 2 of 13May 19, 2015
Culturally Relevant Mission: Toward a Global Vineyard LeanMay 19, 2015
Sway: Songs I Have Written And The Stories Behind Them 5 of 5May 18, 2015
Small Town Church
Rural communities have literally millions of people and provide a massive missional opportunity as well as a great place for healthy churches to exist. Read some of our thoughts on rural churches and rural missiology.Read More
“… true Christian worship is dangerous, far more a risk than a consolation, because true Christian worship initiates us into the stories and practices of a God whose ways are so maddeningly different from our own and, therefore, full of hope. True Christian worship allows God to go to work on us, sanctifying us, gracing us, purifying, renewing, and reforming us; indeed, doing all that is necessary to make us new creatures in Christ. Nobody should enter into worship and remain unchanged, because the graced power of worship is to make us vulnerable to the God who has ceaselessly been vulnerable to us in covenant, in grace, in Christ and the Spirit, and in sacrament.”Paul J. Wadell