We are all part of the problem, but there is only one man who is the solution.
Quote of the Week
God’s story is captured in the three words.
God’s story has to do with the whole world and all of history. It even includes you.
The most pressing spiritual issues facing the church at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Jesus has become a product to sell, and worship is the primary channel for sales.
Narcissism is prevalent in our worship. We focus on the journey of the self.
When the past has been lost or neglected there is no certain future.
Learning how to read Scripture spiritually prepares you to do ancient-future worship, a worship true to the apostolic tradition.
In the Eucharist we enact or dramatize God’s story and its anticipated future.
By his own two hands—the incarnate Word and Holy Spirit—he has renewed the face of the earth.
God bids me to find my place in his narrative.
Jesus Christ is the new Adam who does it over again.
We must interact with the powers and principalities of our time.
How God incarnate won a victory over sin and death.
If you want to do ancient-future worship . . .