A lot has been happening in my life and ministry – so much, it needs a series. Here’s part one! Including a video about youth ministry integrating creation care and discipleship, right on our church property.
What happens when a priest decides to “Dream big!” and plant winter wheat with his Sunday school?
Updates on the Christian food movement guide, a great new book for Christian educators, a couple guest appearances, my blog email list, and the Episcopal Church’s General Convention.
This is decidedly NOT a craft blog. But sometimes church leaders want to make gifts for volunteers in ministry. And Advent tends to be the time when we want to make them.
A week of links on the intersection of faith, farm and food continues with a list of denominationally-sponsored and seminary-sponsored initiatives, as well as a list of church curricula.
The sustainability of the organized, visible church and of the planet are usually discussed in two separate conversations. But God is Creator of all, and the health of church and planet are linked.
Big takeaways from eFormation: we’re all pioneers building hybrid networks through intentional curation and new tools. Want to know what that means? Read the full post!
The back end of the blog shows that more than 400 people read the Radical Thoughts post since it was published on Sunday afternoon. For this blog, that’s a big number – especially since I just realized this morning that I forgot to push it through my regular networks for these questions (the Acts 8 Moment […]
I’m writing this as I wait for registration to open at Virginia Theological Seminary for the e-Formation Conference (also known as #eform14). It has been a day of travel; I’ve been en route for seven hours thus far. But I’m grateful for a little down time to do some writing, as I’m headed to this […]
St. Patrick’s Bad Analogies – YouTube. Happy Trinity Sunday!