My friend, Lisa Quintana, writes a great piece on loving a God that we cannot physically see. Along the way, she provides some insightful details from Church History and shares a bit of her personal testimony. “Loving the Unseen God” Lisa Quintana
The church is a community of the Spirit giving witness of the Trinity to an alternative and hopeful future of a community of disciples. We must realize we live in the midst of profound social and cultural change driven by the fourth industrial revolution of digital technology and globalization. Churches of all types and denominations […]Read more "THE e-CHURCH MODEL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: A call for re-discipleship"
Physical distance is as much an issue for churches as it is for business. Think of “Extended Reality” (XR) and the role it could have in your church, your missional activities and creating discipleship. If you think about all the ways, we connect with our congregations, and when you look at the core, it is […]Read more "Does your church have a distance problem?"
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Isidore may seem like a strange choice, but his academic works make him a perfect fit.It may seem strange that a 7th-century saint was chosen as the patron saint of the internet, but after a careful examination of his life, St. Isidore of Seville turns out to be the perfect choice. Isidore (not to be Read More…
This is a continuation from last week. IT has changed the world more so in the last five years that the previous twenty-five. We live in a world of an always-on, always-connected and that means the old communication models, the early church planting models, the church discipleship models are being disrupted daily. Congregations are expecting […]Read more "Data is the new “Oil.”"
Originally posted on PRAYERS TO THE COSMOS:
Dear God, My friends are precious to me. I need to hold them close. Thank You for the good times, the laughs, the joys. May I never forget that we are not meant to go it alone in this world. Thank You for a lovely evening with friends. …
Originally posted on "Fresh Manna" – Bible Devotions by Tim Burt:
Fresh Manna by Pastor Tim Burt Matthew 6:7 “And when you pray, do not use vain repetitions as the heathen do. For they think that they will be heard for their many words.” I’ve noticed that when people come to church, they…