I am totally amped that my new book is already available at a reduced pre-order price. If you have not gotten a chance to, please check it out: amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and ChristianBook.com Here is one comment I received just today from someone who read an Early Reader Copy of the book: “Neighbors and Wise Men is the […]
This book addresses the following question: What hope does Eucharistic liturgy bring to the future of churchplanting within the increasingly post-Christian urban centers of the Pacific Northwest and beyond?
Here is an audio link from a lecture I recently gave on communicating and living within Post-Christian culture as a follower ofJesus. The thoughts here flow from my recent Doctoral studies on Post-Christian culture and our ever integrating life in Portland’s inner-Eastside.
I recently gave the following talk at a conference that dealt with issues of faith communication in the 21st century. This conference was hosted by The Institute for the Theology of Culture, New Wine-New Wineskins (http://new-wineskins.org/). Listen and consider how we orient ourselves toward faith, with a specific application to communicating with the other.
Listen here to experience his inspiring story. And if you have ears to hear you will discover a living-parable which has unending implications for your neighborhood.
A couple of days ago, I posted a short audio clip about God’s agenda. This audio clip is a follow-up to that. Please click below to listen
Yesterday (Sunday), we explored Pentecost. Specifically, I mused on God’s long standing cultural agenda. Listen by clicking here: