Preforming Faith

Preforming Faith

By: Performing faith involves four important actions: prepare, practice, play and participate.” This quotation is from Dorothy Butler Bass’s book Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening. She advises that we prepare by...
Let us play at our Annual Event in Orlando

Let us play at our Annual Event in Orlando

By: Come join us at the 2013 Annual Event in Orlando where we’ll experience the spirit of God through play. As God’s redeemed creation in Christ, we believe that God has gifted us with the ability to both work and play. We know that Christ came that we might have...
The joy of play

The joy of play

By: Young men and women alike, Old and young together! Let them praise the name of the Lord, For his name alone is exalted; His glory is above earth and heaven. Psalm 148:12-13 Es beautiful as the cross is, my favorite memories of Easter morning are often what happens...
Let us play!

Let us play!

By: A playful spirit has rich avenues to explore faith and learning I smelled God. Maybe you have too. It happened in northern Montana as I was making my way along forest and fire roads on my off-road motorcycle with my riding partner, Barry. We were on the...
Song, worship & playfulness

Song, worship & playfulness

By: The other day my daughters (ages four and six) taught me something important about being open to the Spirit. They were dancing around a sofa-cushion house they had assembled on the floor of the living room. As they skipped in circles, they sang this song: There’s...
The effective—and fun—use of drama

The effective—and fun—use of drama

By: Drama is a means of expression that may be used to build up or to bring down, to heal or to hurt. Drama can be a powerful tool in church. It can be used for worship, evangelism, or Christian education. As with any means of expression, it is necessary to determine...