Lent: Falling in Love With the Ordinary

Lent Jeremy John

MAR 16, 2014 | BY: JEREMY JOHN — Lent is an extraordinary time to establish our joys in the everyday. We give those things…

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Praying for a Holistic Food Movement in the Household of God

Holistic Food Movement

BY: JEREMY JOHN — If we’re going to reform our nation’s unsustainable agricultural system, we’re going to need to tackle economic…

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Is the Kingdom of God Built of Vegetables?

Kingdom Of God Built On Vegetables

BY: JEREMY JOHN — Vegetables. Who could have imagined an economy in which gentle vegetables were subversive?

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Physical Churches: Do They Matter Anymore?

Micah Bales asked a deep question. He suggests that the wealth in property we’ve inherited is hindering our work for …

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Social Location at Wild Goose

At Wild Goose, I was humbled to be among justice-seeking Christians seeking to follow in the footsteps of Jesus. I …

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The Table is the Microcosm of a Practical Faith

My generation is a practical generation, and I am challenged by my faith to be a practical person. Don’t get …

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When a System Demands our Allegiance Away from Christ

When I am faced with dishonesty and fraud on a systemic scale, I ask questions of God. But as I …

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