Stop Turning “Devotions” into Dogma: reflections on how we read the bible

As a high school student, after a dramatic turn-around toward the end of my sophomore year, I began to engage with God through devotional readings (or “quiet times”). Such was encouraged by mentors and camp speakers as a way through which to grow in Christ. The ebb and flow of my devotional journey yielded significant [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #5: Charismatic

This is the fifth post in a series exploring the broad vision for our church plant in Seattle. If you want to know more about that project, check out my Church Plant category   For the rest of this specific series, go here. —————————————————————————————————————————————— We want to create spaces for the Holy Spirit to transform lives. Much of the [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #4: Liturgical

This is the fourth post in a series exploring the broad vision for our church plant in Seattle. If you want to know more about that project, check out my Church Plant category   For the rest of this specific series, go here. Liturgical Robert Webber, at the turn of the century, began writing about [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #3: Subversive Discipleship (Transformation)

This is the third post in a series exploring the broad vision for our church plant in Seattle. If you want to know more about that project, check out my Church Plant category   For the rest of this specific series, go here. Subversive Discipleship (Transformation) Dallas Willard calls discipleship the “great omission” from the [Read More...]


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