If there is a revolution that will topple the current order, turning the world completely upside-down, would does it look like? How does it begin? How does it move forward? And, how can you join the movement?Read more "It is Time For a Revolution…"
It is on the move. It is on the march. It is growing. It is spreading. It is infecting every person in every city and town around the world, and there is not one person, one group of people, or any one government or institution that can stop it!Read more "The Movement That Will Change the World…"
God was acting decisively and unexpectedly in history through Jesus Christ to proclaim the Year of the Lord’s Favor for all of creation, especially humanity.Read more "Year of the Lord’s Favor…"
What has been missing within the Church for so long, and consequently the world, is the larger story or narrative in which we find ourselves. We start out as children understanding the individual stories of the Bible, but we have very little understanding of how the stories necessarily relate to one another, or what function […]Read more "How This Will Change You and Your Church…"
Our faith is holistic in the sense that it is the full belief, experience, knowledge, and saving power of God that is so overwhelming and transformative that it changes us at our very core and then expresses itself outwardly in our lives.Read more "One Story That Will Change Your Mind About Faith…"
You take and you take and you take. You creep and inch into every part of life that we consider important, valuable, and maybe even sacred. And your employees CAN’T say no when you tell them that they are going to work on ThanksgivingRead more "Goodbye, Thanksgiving"
We value the commonplace. We create a contemporary village commons where life is shared with our friends and other connections. We plant “gardens of ordinary words” that have the capacity to germinate and grow into a viral-like, global phenomenon. All because of our fascination and proclivity for the ordinary.Read more "GUEST POST: Learning to Embrace the Mundacity of Everyday Life: A Revival within the Ordinary by Jeff K. Clarke"