Our church is pretty unconventional according to certain measurements. But it’s a pretty special community to belong to and I want to see more people experience what we have nurtured together.
Simon Buckingham-Shum reflects on his experiences as part of a movement experimenting with alternative forms of worship and liturgy in England in the 90s, and how he thinks about it all today.
Benjamin Hastings, most known for the songs he’s written with Hillsong, opens up about honest faith, doubt, and spiritual seeking through the scepticism.
Christine Redwood shares about her PhD research, exploring women in the book of Judges, and how it relates to women leading and preaching in the Church today.
Dr Joel Hollier used to believe celibacy was the only option for a gay Christian like him. Now, he’s married, co-pastoring a church, and here to share his story about the journey in between.
At my parents table, we discussed the changes that faith can undertake over decades of renovation.