a friend sent me this video on facebook. i think it’ll be part of mission:minneapolis training. it’s good.
we don’t worship a cross – we worship the Christ of the cross. when we consider the cross of Jesus Christ, we are reminded (if we know and are willing to reflect) of why Jesus came, what he accomplished for us, and of the gift of salvation offered to us free but at great cost … Continue reading
do you believe in fate? most don’t like the idea because they don’t like the idea that they aren’t in control of their own life. sound like you? let me tell you why you’re here. you’re here because you know something. what you know you can’t expalain, but you feel it. you’ve felt it your … Continue reading
Here’s a clip about one aspect of living a cross-centered life: being broken, but in a sweet way…
The Evangelizing Church: Chapter One: A Lutheran Confession Bliese, Richard H., and Craig Van Gelder. The Evangelizing Church: A Lutheran Contribution. Minneapolis, MN: Augsburg Fortress Press, 2005. Bliese summarizes this chapter (and potentially the book) with this phrase: “Lutherans have an incredible theological heritage upon which to draw, especially when viewed from a missional perspective—Lutherans … Continue reading