Christian deconstruction is really a form of being enlightened by the Word which leads to confession, repentance, and a reforming of our ways. Continue reading
…is there a continuum from incarnation to idolatry and when are treading on idolatrous ground by seeing Jesus through the lenses of our own culture, language, and understanding? Continue reading
… it’s not an either-or (so let’s stop beating each other up, or saying our way is the only way) but start living more creatively both-and ministries of multiple forms to reach people for Jesus and have a transformative impact on the world in which we live.
…It’s not only a missional statement about incarnational living, but about inviting the church, or people of God to be the mission in the post-christendom (or post-modern if you please) world. His missional passion, in my estimation, is about how to be on mission in our changing world rather than doing the same thing that reaches less and less people as the culture shifts. Continue reading
(written back in August… but forgot to post) I’ve found the conversation around mega-churches and emergent churches lately quit fascinating. (cf. Fitch’s first post, and his redux post] I’ve heard many people for awhile saying, “the fruit just isn’t there … Continue reading