John Wesley did not consider eating to be a morally neutral act. In fact, wellness and diet were central to Wesley’s message in ways that might seem strange to most American churchgoers today. Read more on the blog from Bill Guerrant, a farmer and leader in the food movement.
This weeks Sunday Best covers overcoming trust issues with teens, why children's music matters, growing diversity in America's denominations, confessions of a failed church planter and more! Check it out.
“He is entitled to rank as one of the builders of our nation," remarked President Calvin Coolidge of Francis Asbury. The president delivered an inspiring speech at the dedication of Asbury's equestrian monument in the US capital. Read part of the speech here then download the free Seedbed Short to read it in its entirety.
In this week's Saturday Post, J.D. Walt opines on why Christians like Seth Godin. Seth is one of the most popular bloggers on the internet and though not a Christian, captures the attention of millions of Christians across the country. Read more to explore some of the possible reasons why.
A one-day seminar exploring approaches to integration of theology and counseling. Register here. Presentation: Toddy Holeman This seminar presents a model for theologically-reflective counseling that is adaptable...
Jesus remains a popular figure in North America, but the same could not be said of the church's reputation. Read more from Travis Collins as he shares both the problem and hope of the church's future.
How can your impact on the kingdom of God continue long after you have reached the other side of glory? Denny Heiberg shares the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Difficult circumstances often mean having to work hard just to secure a livelihood and survive. In this video interview, Médine Keener shares what she and her family did to make it during their time as refugees.
Perfectionism. It pervades all aspects of our culture. But, the church is an oasis for grace to reign when we aren't perfect...or is it? David Hull discusses the insidious nature of perfectionism and the ways it has invaded the church.
Our "Farm Team" at Seedbed is growing, and we are looking for a t-shirt design for those who are sowing for a Great Awakening...