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is co-founder, along with his wife Pam, of the Sustainable Traditions project. He is curator/editor/illustrator/webmaster of the ST blogazine and envisions this virtual space as a voice for church renewal and Holy Spirit inspired resilience. Jason lives with his wife and six kids by the Blue Ridge Mountains in Bedford, Virginia plotting a course toward intentional Christian community. Find him on Twitter as @wiselywoven and @sustainabletrad
By Jason Fowler on 05/03/2013
The Gospel of Jesus is the greatest underground plot we can get caught up in. It is a global conspiracy of epic proportions.
Posted in Features, Society and Culture, Voice of One Calling | Tagged American culture, christian living, culture wars, GOD, gospel of the Kingdom, Jesus, mustard seed, mustard seed conspiracy, new creation | Leave a response
By Jason Fowler on 03/26/2013
May we return to this revelation that if we are to truly be His students and followers we must know Christ as our Passover lamb…
By Jason Fowler on 03/24/2013
There was a sense of joy and excitement as we traveled towards Jerusalem. We were all looking forward to the Passover feast but most of all…We were waiting for the moment when Yeshua would publicly reveal himself to all of Israel…
By Jason Fowler on 03/22/2013
As I mourn the loss of Richard Twiss – I am reminded of this hidden wound – this need for a deeper forgiveness and reconciliation through Jesus who calls all nations before the throne of our Father and Creator…
Posted in Features, Heroes and Prophets, Voice of One Calling | Tagged America, American history, Church History, Indigenous voices, Native Americans, reconciliation, repentance, Richard Twiss, Whole-life Christian faith | Leave a response
By Jason Fowler on 02/03/2013
Instead of offering a formulaic approach to a successful prayer life, Christine invites us to reengage our spiritual imaginations – to rediscover the love of GOD and the joy of unceasing conversation with Him…
By Jason Fowler on 02/02/2013
Cateura, Paraguay is a town essentially built on top of a landfill. When orchestra director Szaran and music teacher Favio set up a music program for the kids of Cateura, they soon have more students than they have instruments…Today, there’s an entire orchestra of assembled instruments, now called The Recycled Orchestra…
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By Jason Fowler on 12/25/2012
As I mucked out the barn this morning I could almost imagine this world to come, like a newborn in the straw, asleep in the stall, dreaming of what is to come, in the dusty early morning light.
By Jason Fowler on 12/06/2012
This Christmas season, let us remember Nicholas’ example and pursue, as he did, a radical devotion to Jesus and the power of embodying GOD’s kingdom in simplicity and, even sometimes hidden, exploits of faith.
By Jason Fowler on 12/04/2012
He asked me why I thought there was not more of an outcry from Christian leaders against Consumerism in Christmas. He pointed out that most of what he has heard about are Christians taking a stand against “the war on Christmas”…
By Jason Fowler on 11/08/2012
We must develop a deeper Christian imagination of the future…How you view the end of the story deeply shapes and informs how you live your life now. We all have a view of the future. And from that view we live backwards in the present.