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Podcast: Overflow Episode 6 — Urban Ministry, Peacemaking, Non-Violent Parenting
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Tags: Anabaptism, Ministry, Multicultural Ministry, Osheta Moore, Parenting, Peacemaking, Women In Ministry
Sermon Clip: How Christians Should Respond to Ferguson
In this clip from this weeks sermon, Greg Boyd comments on how Christians should respond to the events in Ferguson St. Louis and how that response should always be in love and to help heal both sides. The full sermon is here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/heart-smart-qa
Some Thoughts on Women in Ministry
Throughout the testimony of Scripture, we have examples of God tolerating many things that are far from ideal in order to gradually transform the world in the direction he intends for us. For example, God’s ideal from the beginning was monogamy. But throughout most of history God has tolerated and worked within polygamous cultures in order…
Can Christians serve in the military?
Question: Jesus ministered to military people (e.g. a centurion) and didn’t tell them to leave their military post. So do you think Christians can serve in the military? I believe it’s a Christians duty is to serve their country, aid the wounded, defend the oppressed, protect our families, stand for truth and justice, and kill…
Sermon Clip: Seeking Shalom
In this sermon clip, Greg Boyd shows how the Anabaptists seek after shalom in every part of their lives. All of us seek for peace in our lives, but peace is just a small part of God’s shalom. Shalom is right relatedness between us and God, each other, and creation. You can view the entire…
The Atlantic: Is Facebook Making Us Lonely? [On the Web]
An excerpt of an article by Stephen Marche in The Atlantic : To [John] Cacioppo, Internet communication allows only ersatz intimacy. Forming connections with pets or online friends or even God is a noble attempt by an obligatorily gregarious creature to satisfy a compelling need,” he writes. “But surrogates can never make up completely for the absence of…
Part 10 (of 15): Who Gets To Interpret The World?
Assessing Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life by Greg Boyd In my previous two posts (post 8 & post 9) I critically evaluated Peterson’s thinking on hierarchies, race and white privilege. In this post I’ll address three other aspects of Peterson’s thought that was outlined in post 5, post 6, and post 7. On the…