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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 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 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 09/18/2012
If we become enamored with building our lampstands but we have no flame of embodied love – then the world stays in darkness. As we relearn what it means to become rooted in one another’s lives and in the love of GOD which calls us out into our communities – the world will again have a witness…
Posted in Community and Ecclesia, Features, Voice of One Calling | Tagged christian living, church, Community and Ecclesia, ecclesia, evangelism, GOD, Gospel, Intentional Christian Community, Jesus, missional, Missional Church, slow evangelism, Whole-life Christian faith | 5 Responses
By Jason Fowler on 07/26/2012
Norman and I do both write from an agrarian perspective, but I think what we’re trying to do with this book is move beyond categories like “agrarian” or “creation care” and simply talk about Christ’s work of reconciliation and redemption.
Posted in Features, Interviews | Tagged author interview, book, Christian discipleship, christian faith, christian living, ecology, food and faith, holistic Christian faith, Sustainable Agriculture, Whole-life Christian faith | Leave a response
By Ragan Sutterfield on 06/21/2012
We can’t predict when the conditions will be right for the seed to sprout. It could be fifty years. It could be a thousand. But what disciples are called to now—the sowing of seeds— is going to pay off one day. There will be a harvest…
Posted in Agrarian Notebook, Features | Tagged christian faith, christian living, clear cutting, Gospel, intentional Christian living, Mark, mustard seed, seed bank, seeds, sermon, the gospel of the kingdom | 1 Response
By Kim Dulaney on 04/20/2012
I see it sometimes in my own children…or even in myself…When I feel it coming on me: I know that it is time for my medicine. I take a short walk down to the edge of our woods and river and stand for a few moments in complete silence…
By Jason Fowler on 02/05/2012
In her book Health for Godly Generations, the author Renee DeGroot has compiled a deeply thoughtful and provoking conversation…I consider this book to be a solid entry into the growing Christian conversation on health, food and the multi-faceted issues that surround this element of our lives.
Posted in Excerpts | Tagged agriculture, book excerpt, books, christian faith, christian living, food, food and faith, health, natural health, Nourishing Traditions, resources, Sustainable Agriculture, Weston A. Price | Leave a response
By Tom Sine on 01/10/2012
“We have the opportunity to imagine a spectrum of new communities where, as the followers of Jesus, we can create new ways to be a difference and make a difference”…for times like these.
Posted in Community and Ecclesia, Features, Money & Economics | Tagged christian community, christian living, Community and Ecclesia, economic crisis, Intentional Christian Community, Intentional Community, new economics, New Monasticism | Leave a response
By Jason Fowler on 12/03/2011
It’s a new yearlong adventure for the Goodwin family and a new blog to connect with others around the themes of food and faith. Starting in late November with the Orthodox Nativity fast, our family is dedicating a year to explore the role of food in Christian spiritual formation, one month at a time…