Compartiendo semillas de esperanza

Nora O. Lozano

Con frecuencia el concepto de Dios es distorsionado debido a luchas humanas de poder que se manifiestan a través de conflictos de género, clase o raza.

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Avoid thy neighbor?

Corey Fields

Jesus said to love our neighbor. Maybe too few of us even know our neighbor.

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From despair to hope, sans seraphim

Aileen Lawrimore

The watershed moments, when everything before and after is defined by it.

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10 ways pastors can engage church conflict

Bill Wilson

The church must be the voice that reclaims thoughtful debate and insists upon it.

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Among the not-yet-housed

Bill Leonard

What if addressing the “yet-to-be” became an overpowering promise and motivation for who we are as the people of God?

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5 ways to respond when your pastor actually turns out to be human

Amy Butler

Sometimes a congregation has to manage a level of discomfort in that reality.

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Repent and follow Jesus: A plea for radicalism

Jeff Hood

Welcome to Christianity without Jesus — where we spend all of our time on issues that love settled long ago.

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52 questions Jesus is still asking

Jayne Hugo Davis

Can we allow the questions to read us and to be changed by them?

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The charism of creativity

Molly T. Marshall

As the church occupies a different cultural space in our time, God is summoning the charism of creativity in leaders and congregations.

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The Incarnation matters all year long

Doyle Sager

When Christ took on human flesh, God was announcing, “Flesh is not bad; it is God’s.”

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When you stop coming to church

Mark Wingfield

It’s easier than you would imagine to move from infrequent attendance to no attendance.

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Work in the new office — an opportunity for spiritual formation

John Chandler

Followers of Jesus will have to adjust for maximum influence and impact.

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Happy New Life!

Starlette McNeill

Live on our own terms — not as screaming fans of the airbrushed and photoshopped lives of others.

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Contending with texts

Bill Leonard

Two millennia after “the Word became flesh,” we still contend with sacred texts, frequently intensifying disputes over their authority and content.

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When miracles fly thick

Amy Butler

The salvation ushered in by the birth of Messiah is God’s dream for the world, coming to be right here and now.

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