Thin Places in Digital Spaces

Thin Places in Digital Spaces

By: Kimberly Knight Imagine the scene at our church on any given Wednesday. As people begin to arrive, prelude music  is  playing softly while candles flicker and float in a pool of water. This group has been worshipping together for over a year now, and their joy...
The Four Types of Nones

The Four Types of Nones

By: Lillian Daniel You probably heard about it in the news. It was called the Pew Study on Religious Participation in America. Some experts went out and surveyed all kinds of people to find out what exactly we are doing with ourselves in this country religiously. The...
Worship at Home and On the Way

Worship at Home and On the Way

By: Luke Hyder The summer breeze was sending ripples cascading across the surface of the lake in front of me. Shafts of sunlight pierced the canopy of tall cedars above my head.  And while my fingers were plucking simple chords on a guitar, my body resonated with the...
Having an Open Spirit

Having an Open Spirit

By: Nanette Sawyer Recently as I was sitting with my Spiritual Director, I raised my hands in the air and spoke exuberantly to God. I said, “Look at me, God!” I meant it in the sense of “look at all the great things about me!” Does that sound arrogant? When I think...
Jesus Christ: Captain of Moonshots

Jesus Christ: Captain of Moonshots

By: Alex Wirth What kind of church do you daydream about? Most of us think about our own churches all the time, but what would it mean to really dream about them? Push yourself past the regular and into the impossible. What daydream ministry idea have you pushed aside...