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Tag Archives: Brian McLaren

The First Season of Faith

Jesus’ Prophetic Lineage

Anger Does Its Work

Anger does its work. It prompts us to action, for better or worse. Continue Reading Anger Does Its Work

Jesus’ Person-to-Person Ministry

We communicate “the reign of God at hand” by our presence. Continue Reading Jesus’ Person-to-Person Ministry

Faith, Beliefs, and Revolutionary Love

Revolutionary love means loving as God would love: infinitely, graciously, extravagantly Continue Reading Faith, Beliefs, and Revolutionary Love

The Future of Christianity: Weekly Summary

May we dare to hope that our hearts could be changed so that the future may be different. Continue Reading The Future of Christianity: Weekly Summary

Courage to Ask the Question

What might happen if we understand the core Christian ethos as creative, constructive, and forward-leaning? Continue Reading Courage to Ask the Question

School of Gratitude

Even in pain, we can find a place of gratitude. Continue Reading School of Gratitude

Find the Flow

What if a long succession of prophets were giving us a vision for a new movement being born? Continue Reading Find the Flow

Our Shared Values

We are showing young people that religions have powerful things in common. Continue Reading Our Shared Values

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