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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 Chérie Guerrant on 04/30/2013
When a conversation turns to food and someone mentions eating a more healthy, wholesome, natural diet, silence often ensues…
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 03/22/2013
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 Christine Sine on 01/19/2013
Each moment is, I believe, pregnant with new possibilities, new concrete expressions of prayer waiting to be born. What are the creative ways that God might stir your imagination through this experience of closeness, into new expressions of prayer?…
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.
By Kevin Scott on 10/26/2012
24/6 is a powerful cultural critique, addressing consumerism, rootlessness, anxiety, and control…It offers a compelling vision of shabbat shalom– the peace and wellness that flows from a sabbath day of rest.
By Jason Fowler on 10/18/2012
Some of you may be like me who has recently had hours cut at your job or you may be wrestling with unemployment. For millions of us, the poverty line is always above our heads…The Line is a groundbreaking forty-minute documentary uncovering the emerging and entrenched faces of poverty in our country…
By Jason Fowler on 10/13/2012
I hope, no matter how you choose to vote, you will also choose to remember your citizenship in the Body of Christ – your membership in a different kind of ‘body politic’. Check out more about Election Day Communion and get involved…