This is how God’s vision for the world is proclaimed and enacted.
Quote of the Week
Webber’s definition of ancient-future worship.
Ancient-future worship is not . . .
In worship we do God’s story as the prayer of God and his church for the whole world.
What wondrous splendor is the prayer of the church that we contemplate.
Public prayer is the bridge to the personal prayer.
Language that is particular and peculiar to the Christian story.
Worship-prayer focuses on God’s self-giving love.
Contemplation leads to participation in God—seeing and living out our worship.
How we pray shapes who we are.
Pentecost is an essential moment in God’s saving time.
God’s story is the content and prayer of ancient worship.
Remember God’s saving deeds in the past and anticipate God’s rule over all creation in the future.
Public prayer lifts up all creation to the Father through Jesus Christ by the Spirit.
Bob’s life verse: Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might (Ecc 9:10).