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Tag Archives: change

Rebuilding from the Bottom Up

Let’s be honest: religion has probably never had such a bad name. Continue Reading Rebuilding from the Bottom Up

Resurrection: Weekly Summary

Trust the down, and God will take care of the up. Continue Reading Resurrection: Weekly Summary

The Five M’s: Weekly Summary

The best criticism of the bad is the practice of the better. Continue Reading The Five M’s: Weekly Summary

A Movement of Inclusion

We need to allow the church to become a movement again. Continue Reading A Movement of Inclusion

Change Is Never Comfortable

How can we envision a new world when we have never fallen away from the old? Continue Reading Change Is Never Comfortable

An Opportunity for Transformation

Why not architect the kind of faith movement we want to see twenty-to-fifty years from now? Continue Reading An Opportunity for Transformation

Opening Up the Machine

It is helpful to imagine the Church in a new way that enkindles us to think the unthinkable and do the incredible. Continue Reading Opening Up the Machine

Rediscovering the “Jesus Movement”

Instead of telling others they were doing it wrong, Francis of Assisi lovingly tried to do it better. Continue Reading Rediscovering the “Jesus Movement”

The Five M’s

The church is at its greatest vitality as the “Jesus Movement.” Continue Reading The Five M’s

We Are One and Many: Weekly Summary

We are each impacted by the circumstances that impact those around us. What hurts you hurts me. What heals you heals me. Continue Reading We Are One and Many: Weekly Summary

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