A new hymnal for a new day, Our Great Redeemer’s Praise: A Hymnal for All God’s People is finally here after years in the making!
Available in red and navy blue, this truly pan-Wesleyan hymnbook is distinctly oriented around the Apostles’ Creed. It’s shipping now, and first-run print copies are going quickly. We look forward to worshipping together!
We constantly find ourselves in need of the mending of our own hearts, souls and spirits.
Through a catalytic combination of teaching, training, and engagement with one another, this retreat will resource our great need for wisdom and courage, for healing and equipping, and all for the sake of our shared work of sowing for awakening in our age.
The last article, before we were interrupted by the republican debates, noted how liminal situations underscore the role of exactly the kind of folks who populate Quentin Tarantino’s movies. Seen in this context, we realize
Everybody was appalled at Donald Trump’s reaction to Fox News’ journalist Megyn Kelly as she did her job: posing hard questions that draw out a candidate’s real positions. When his peeved resentment grew into an
Below I offer the first few paragraphs of my contribution to a forthcoming book in which Christians from a variety of disciplines talk about the movies of Quentin Tarantino. Edited by my friends Jon and
I attended church Easter Sunday at a great church. It has incredible outreach in the community, a redemptive, transforming presence in the region. The gospel is preached, lives are changed. It’s very much in the
Advent, 2009 Catastrophe. Three tall ceramic candle holders in the shape of the three wise men grace our entry way during advent and Christmas. Bought cheaply in a close-out sale, they’re our personal favorites
For some reason, for several days the following excerpt from Wendell Berry’s writings has kept circulating through my brain. It’s a longish passage, but one I come back to over and over, and can’t totally