Can Traditionalists & Progressives Unite with Different LGBTQ Theologies?

For a long time I’ve been discouraged by how the conversation between traditionalists and progressives goes when it comes to LGBTQ inclusion. Name calling in both directions has led to polarizing results. This, of course, is no different then the religious rhetoric wars of the past. For the most part, physical violence isn’t involved (with [Read More...]

If Shane Claiborne had a Jewish Brother: gardens, reconciliation, & hope

“I no longer want to see others as humans. I want to learn to see others as brothers, sisters, mothers, & fathers.” – Rabbi Shaul David Judelman A few months ago I traveled to the Holy Land with The Global Immersion Project to learn about peacemaking [side note: you should join in the great work that [Read More...]

Christians and July 4th: Celebrate with Kingdom Lenses – Not Americanized Ones

For the past several years I have publicly discussed why I tend to avoid associating myself with Independence Day. For a few years in a row I posted what was called my “annual unpopular post.” It all began in 2009 (when I hardly blogged), with a post titled: An “unpopular” 4th of July Post… Why [Read More...]

Sermon Series to check out: Threads – woven together in love

Right now at Pangea Communities we are in a new series for the summer season. We are calling it Threads and are walking through each of our core values – each representing a thread that weaves us into a fuller human existence. We have as our theme passage Colossians 2.2-4 (The Message)*: I want you [Read More...]


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