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We are not creating a model or a program, but we do hope to inspire other churches and groups to experiment more: that is, not to live under the obligation of “doing good,” but to embrace contingency, caring for the neighbor you meet on the Jericho road, inspired by Jesus’ example of love and readiness to serve.
Meals are a powerful of expression of welcome and friendship in every culture. This is why Jesus’ meals are so significant – they embody God’s grace and enact God’s mission. Jesus ate with tax collectors and sinners.
I have hope that more Christians will increasingly see the importance of caring for our bodies as GOD’s temples, and caring for the earth as GOD’s gift of creation…
I can think of no greater joy that I could receive in life than one or all three of my boys choosing to follow in my footsteps to become a farmer.
as sons and daughters of the living God, we were not only meant to be one with one another, but we were also meant to be one with God Himself!
All of creation sprang forth from a perfect fellowship characterized by UNITY, LOVE, CREATIVITY, LIFE, DEPENDENCE, REJOICING and GLORY!
Christian Simplicity is a resource and conversation on ‘GOD, money and trust’ for people who are looking for a life of joyous trust in GOD through Jesus.
May the reality of the Incarnation catch our greeting cards on fire and melt our yard ornaments to the ground
The kingdom of God requires a total makeover of how we’ve been trained to see human value. It gives us a brand new way of measuring and realizing identity and worth.
We are missing something fundamental in how we think about and practice meat eating. A lost agrarian skill – killing chickens – connects life and death.
Planted is a fascinating and enjoyable read…with an important message to embody our discipleship to Jesus in lived community and creation care.
It all begins, as the author reminds us, with brokenness before our Creator who is the Great Farmer to the soil of our hearts.
I think that plain speech is really difficult to do, but it is a really valuable thing when living with one another. Especially when you’re feeling a bit peeved at someone…
Adam longed for the garden as he longed for his own life. Furiously he worked as his mind raced and the forest all around him seemed to be breathing his name.
The industrialization of the church has, significantly, paralleled the industrialization of agriculture and the near demise of the family farm.