My annual sojourn into the Sinai Desert
All deserts are silent, harsh and beautiful. Sinai adds its history of God’s dealings with humanity. It’s a holy place where the veil is lifted.
Church planting as a first call
Emily Scott had an idea: what if young adults got together for a weekly agape feast? Soon St. Lydia’s was born--but Scott was not ordained.
The moral complexity of video games
Video games have the potential to aid in forming us as moral beings, for better and for worse.
Four practices of healthy congregations
To build stronger communities, we need to get in
the habit of recognizing what undergirds our relationships. We can't afford to take it for granted.
Rich Melheim on how faith is formed
"Parents are the most important faith guides, mentors and
teachers a kid will ever have."
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