If everybody wants to be in the right, or even if only one person wants to be in the right, it is impossible to live in community. How can a group of Jesus’ followers overcome such obstacles?
The history of committed Christian community is a story of roads: the first followers of Jesus called themselves “the Way.” An overview of communal Christian movements from the earliest days of Christianity up to the present.
Why is God called the Holy One of Israel? What then is Zion, and who are her inhabitants who are meant to shout and sing for joy? Blumhardt uses these questions as stepping stones to sharing his broad eschatological faith and vision.
But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble. O my Strength, I sing praise to you; you, O God, are my fortress, my loving God. Psalm 59:16–17, NIV. Lord God, we...
The true individual, anyone who is going to be directly involved with God, will not and cannot avoid the human bite. The true individual will be...
Fifty-two readings on living in intentional Christian community to spark group discussion. Read More
Berrigan’s journey through the Book of Daniel is loaded with spiritual, social, and political charges. Like his namesake, Berrigan speaks boldly. He scrutinizes Daniel's actions in one paragraph and our own in the next. Read More
Some children learn more slowly, others can’t run or speak very well. But school would not be half as fun or interesting without them. This delightful fairy tale teaches appreciation for children with Down syndrome and other developmental challenges. Read More
Find out what following Jesus meant for first-century Christians with these earliest writings of the post-apostolic era. Read More
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