Street Psalms Senior Fellows are leaders who have dedicated their lives to developing incarnational leaders in vulnerable urban communities worldwide. They are the primary way that Street Psalms lives out its mission. Each Senior Fellow brings a particular gift and focus and serves in a context that expands the table of Street Psalms and the networks we serve.
We dream to see a global network of incarnational leaders equipped to create cities of peace for all people.
It’s the second week of Lent and here we find Jesus teaching his disciples that, “The Son of Man must undergo great suffering and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests, and scribes and be killed, and after three days rise again” (8:31).
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The Incarnational Training Framework A guide for those interested in developing incarnational leaders in vulnerable urban communities.
The Incarnational Training Framework is a diagnostic tool that helps leaders and organizations examine their own approach to urban transformation in light of the Incarnation. It is designed to free the messenger to love their city and seek its peace.
Books and articles informed by our work training incarnational leaders around the globe.
Geography of Grace Kris Rocke & Joel Van Dyke
How do we make sense of God’s love among the urban poor, and among the rest of us who are hungry for good news in the hard and sometimes forgotten places of our own lives? Discover the unexpected nature of grace among those who have been labeled the least, last, and lost-and their inextricable link to the forgotten and disturbing stories in the Bible.
Jesus not only makes room for “the least of these” at his table of blessing, he gives them preferred seating. Sitting at the table with those who are most vulnerable and hungry, we discover ourselves anew. We are returned to ourselves as ones taken, blessed, broken, given, and spoken in God’s love, that we might re-member the body of Christ for a hurting world.