The todays and tomorrows of this election – a reflection

Today many of us will vote. Tomorrow many of us will gloat. Today many of us are torn. Tomorrow some of us will mourn. Today many of us think we’re right. Tomorrow this might cause fresh fights. Today some wonder if our candidate is actually “pro-life.” Tomorrow we keep praying for the unborn, the war-torn, [Read More…]

Mumford and Sons, God, and Babel

Excerpt From Tim Neufeld’s Blog: On their second album, Babel, Mumford and Sons continue to dismantle the modern project. Refusing to settle for a bifurcated sense of spirit and flesh—the Divine on one side of a chasm and humanity on the other—these anthems, ballads, and stomps (iTunes labels them “alternate,” but it’s hard to know [Read More…]

If I wasn’t Anabaptist, I’d probably become Anglican – Reflections on an ancient-future faith orientation

The more I’ve experienced the worship of high church liturgy, the more I’ve found myself caught up in the mystery of God’s love. I love the smells and bells of a Catholic, Orthodox, or Anglican/Episcopal worship gathering. In fact, if I wasn’t Anabaptist… I’d probably become Anglican. [Read more…]

Shane Hipps on Faith and Technology on iPhone 5 announcement day (#iPhone5)

  Today is the expected “big announcement” from Apple regarding the iPhone 5. As a person involved heavily in social media, this actually excites me on some levels. I think that any time a new technology comes out it’s exciting. This iPhone is rumored to have new features such as: a 4 inch diagonal screen, [Read More…]