Spirituality Channel SeriesMake the Moment – How Churches can get Involved
Make the Moment can help you unlock the skills & talents in your congregation. With that kind of information, what kind of difference could you start making in your community? With that kind of knowledge, where will God lead your church?
The Spiritual LandscapeRethinking Diversity
Let's embrace the endless possibilities for learning from one another and let's do the requisite listening it will take to do that learning.
Edgy ExegesisThe Power of Three: Reflections on Trinity Sunday
When the three-in-one names we recite are "Father, Son, and Holy Spirit," we can face the worst life can dish up.
Mark RobertsYou Can’t Think Your Way To God
Christianity Today has published an interview with my friend James K.A. Smith, the philosopher,...
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Opening the Old TestamentTrinity Sunday, The Delight of Wisdom: Reflections on Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31
Lady Wisdom is not only the right way to go; she also offers the most pleasurable way to go.
Sarcastic LutheranSlightly Inappropriate Church Stewardship Video (by HFASS)
On ScriptureWhat on Earth? Earth Day, God, and the Apocalypse (Rev. 21:1-6)
By Rev. Adam J. Copeland How Religious Leaders Are Taking Charge of the Environmental Congregations should be leading the environmental movement, says the Rev. Canon Sally G. Bingham, president of the Regeneration Project. Interfaith Power & Light, which mobilizes a religious response to global warming, promotes energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy. Have you [...]
Living a Holy AdventureThe Adventurous Lectionary – Trinity Sunday
Lectionary Reflections on Trinity Sunday – May 26, 2013 Proverbs 8:1-4, 22-31; Psalm 8; Romans 5:1-5; John 16:12-15 Today’s readings speak of a lively, energizing, relational vision of the Trinity, a far cry from the disembodied, abstract, and irrelevant descriptions found in many theological tomes. The Trinity, along with the Incarnation and the divine presence in history, is [...]
Edges of FaithThe Divine Protest of Pentecost
The God of Pentecost doesn’t have an official language. This is the shocking revelation of the day of Pentecost, but one often lost amid the day’s more bombastic metaphors of rushing winds, descending doves and intoxicated disciples with tongues touched by fire. But in a country with a history of suppressing other languages in the [...]
The Church Fathers ABC'sLove Descended: Preaching Soren Kierkegaard
To "deny yourself" is not to deprive yourself, but to give yourself to God by giving yourself to others with love.