Here’s a brief review (presentation) the work “Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor’s Journey To Christian Faith”.
- Presbyterians Tout Community Gardens as ‘Act of Resistance’Reblogged from Juicy Ecumenism - The Institute on Religion & Democracy's Blog: By Alan F.H. Wisdom People who grow tomatoes in a garden patch may regard the endeavor as a mere seasonal pastime; however, panelists at a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) conference discerned deeper theological and political significance. The Rev. Ashley Goff, Minister of Sp […]
- We Will No Longer be a Welcoming ChurchReblogged from Neighborhood Church: We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. It won’t be easy, but we’re committed to it. We’ll have to do it in stages, easing our folks into it step by step. We’ll have to deal with the fear of something new, the challenge of … […]
- Eight Diagnostic Questions for a Church’s HealthEight Diagnostic Questions for a Church’s Health. Worth pondering… […]
- RESOURCE: Disciple Making MovementsReblogged from last generation: Disciple Making Movements Guest Blogger: Curtis Sergeant, www.metacamp.org. This blog post comes from the DMM training notes of a breakout session at the 2013 Rejuvenate Conference. In the church, we hear so much about the Great Commission, but the great disconnect with all disciples in churches is that most disciples don’t vi […]
- Payday loans: Oppressing desperate souls at 390% APRReblogged from : “The rich rules over the poor, And the borrower becomes the lender’s slave.” (Proverbs 22:7) It’s hard to imagine a more predatory practice than payday lenders, with desperate poor people charged an effective 390% annual interest rate -- in many states legally and unregulated. Barrett Duke writes at erlc.com: It’s easy to … […]
- Presbyterians Tout Community Gardens as ‘Act of Resistance’