A Liturgical-Anabaptist Worship Gathering: our “worship script” from last sunday

Many people often ask me about how Pangea Communities: a movement of peace, justice, & hope is able to be both Anabaptist and liturgical. What does this look like practically? Although we are still figuring this stuff out, I thought I’d share with you our “worship script” from last Sunday. You will notice that we [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #9: (a)Political

This is the ninth and FINAL 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. ———————————————————————————————————————————— (a)Political The kingdom of God isn’t directionally challenged; it transcends “left” or “right” [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #8: Post-Conservative Theology

This is the eighth 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. ———————————————————————————————————————————— A Generous Post-Conservative Theological Posture Roger Olson coined a phrase that fits the envisioned theological [Read More...]

Markers of a church planting movement #7: Women as Leaders & Inclusive

This is the seventh 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. ———————————————————————————————————————————— Mutuality in Leadership One of the things I love about the BIC is that we [Read More...]


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