Tag Archives: Fellowship

A Celtic Hospitality Liturgy

  I should like a great lake of finest ale, for the King of Kings I should like a table of the choicest food, for the family of heaven. Let the ale be made from the fruits of faith, and … Continue reading

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Unified by Love Not Doctrine

It is no wonder Christ emphasized the need for love not doctrine to hold the body of Christ together. He knew that we were not all meant to think alike or look alike. A variety of doctrines are not only acceptable to … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Want a Progressive or Conservative Church

I used to think that I wanted a progressive church, and when I first started out on my church planting endeavor, that was what I tried to do. I now realize that this is not what we should be doing … Continue reading

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The Community of Goods

The early followers of Jesus were far removed from our American culture of rigid individualism and capitalism. On the one hand, they came from a pre-modern society, and on the other hand, they practiced a radical form of community—one that … Continue reading

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Sunday, September 01, 2013: Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Jeremiah 2:4-13 and Psalm 81:1, 10-16 Sirach 10:12-18 or Proverbs 25:6-7 and Psalm 112 Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16 Luke 14:1, 7-14

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What a ‘Fellowship’!

When I think of fellowship, I think of spiritual connection. I think of a community coming together in the face of a natural disaster or some other tragedy. I think of people sharing their stories and their lives in ways … Continue reading

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