Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Church has no walls but many doors


One body with many parts, a Houston "church without walls" brings together house churches, a food truck, pub theology, a laundry ministry and more. Its priest isn't trying to do something old in a new way - he's trying to do something brand-new in the old way.


Our patterns of education and formation must nurture practical wisdom, encourage unlikely friendships and seed understanding about the ecosystems an institution needs to survive, writes the theologian and executive vice president and provost of Baylor University.

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Jesus Christ the Liberator confronts violence, and following Christ means we must go and do likewise, writes the director of Duke Youth Academy.

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Christians are called to be busy -- but not in the way that busy Christian leaders might want to believe. The Christian way to be busy is not busyness but business, says the psychiatrist and theologian.

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These two practices help us connect to the Holy One, the source of love, compassion and justice, writes a retired Baptist pastor.

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Stop thinking about single people as something apart from the norm, writes a single Christian. We are simply beloved children of God.

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