Our Lenten Devotional provides a weekly reading and reflection based on a variety of lectionary texts for this liturgical season.
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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 […]
This series explores the major themes of the ITF, which is a diagnostic framework that helps leaders and organization examine their own model of urban transformation from the perspective of the Incarnation. The primary audience of this webinar series is the hub directors of the Urban Training Collaborative (UTC) who are developing training hubs for […]
The Missional Church Series fans the flame of our desire to become a missional community who sees and celebrates God at work in our daily lives. It empowers us to love the communities in which we live and seek God’s peace in all things. It is designed to unleash God’s missional heart in our lives […]
Our Advent and Christmas Devotional provides a weekly reading and reflection based on a variety of lectionary texts for this liturgical season. Feel free to download this devotional by clicking here: Advent and Christmas Devotional (Free downloadable PDF) About Meal from Below This devotional is drawn from our book, Meal from Below, which […]
Pornography? No! This is, after all, a God honoring blog that just might use the occasional shocking image to get a message across. While it may at first appear that the joyous woman in the center of the photo has forsaken her wardrobe, a closer examination reveals that she is only guilty of being very […]
Training of trainers, Community formation, and HUB development
What if God has a certain love of the physical architecture of our city? Even more specifically, that God loves its surfaces, its skin.
“Law and order” were sacred values in cowboy country.
We come together this day to reclaim this space of assault as a place of life.
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