Pentecost

“Bleeding Together” and the Failure of Majority Churches

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wisely observed that the most segregated parts of the American week were Sunday Mornings. Despite his exhortations to bring different races together, this is largely still true today, and the effects are tragic. more »

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Pentecost and Christian Vocation in the Twenty-First Century

The multiplicity of voices is not in and of itself a problem; in fact, such plurivocity may well be a work of the Spirit of God in the present time. more »

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An Interview with Jonathan Chan

As we celebrate Pentecost, we believe that God’s Spirit is powerfully at work in our lives, our communities, and our world, continuing the work of redemption and restoration begun by Christ on the cross. ¬†When we view the world through¬†eschatology-tinted … more »

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