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If We Were Christian

Church: Old and New If We Were Christian Friday, November 1, 2019 All Saints’ Day Hospitality is the practice that keeps the church from becoming a club, a members-only society. —Diana Butler Bass [1] Practical, practice-based Christianity has been avoided, denied, minimized, ignored, delayed, and sidelined for too many centuries, by too many Christians who were… Continue Reading If We Were Christian

Returning to Essentials

Emerging Church Returning to Essentials Thursday, November 30, 2017 Hospitality is the practice that keeps the church from becoming a club, a members-only society. —Diana Butler Bass [1] Practical, practice-based Christianity has been avoided, denied, minimized, ignored, delayed, and sidelined for too many centuries, by too many Christians who were never told Christianity was anything… Continue Reading Returning to Essentials

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