Making Connections

In Blog-Land there is tsunami brewing about what is loosely called simple or organic church. So much so a person could spend literally days checking out all the blogs about it and links leading one to an fro and so forth.

And I am not kidding when I say that it is much bigger than Luther posting that paper on the door of his local church.

Much of what is being said is just stuff that most of us have felt, off and on, for the past several years. This is not to minimize the importance and relevance of what is being written about, but to affirm that what a lot of us have been feeling in relation to how we do church in America.

Check it out when you have time.

A good place to start is by visiting a blog by Steve Senseinig called theologicalmusingsblog

You will find a lot of food for thought and maybe run into some peope you know.

Another blog I visit often is called achievable ends by Bill Kinnon. He is an interesting writer and one that challenges everything you think you know.

So, enjoy your ride and I will mine.

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2 Responses to Making Connections

  1. Carey says:

    Ultimately, the entire earth will be filled with the joy of the Lord (or something like that)So it all part of His plan.It’s a big kingdom out there,and a cup for every tea. Each one of us can view our cup of tea as half-full, or half-empty. The eyes of faith make it full, no matter what it looks like.In other news, we’re off to Louisiana tomorrow, to bury my mother.Thanks for sharing the ride.C

  2. Bill Kinnon says:

    Thanks for the linkage – I’ve added you as a regular read in Google Reader. (Click on Bill’s underlined name and you will be directed to his blog – Terry)

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