So Long, Baylight, and Thanks for All the Blessings

Last Sunday was the farewell party for Baylight Church Community, a place I considered my spiritual home for a good chunk of my adult years. For something that existed for about 11 years, it ended with some good food and old friends. In a way, it was fitting, but in another way, I think I’m still . . . → Read More: So Long, Baylight, and Thanks for All the Blessings

Friday’s Flip Book (1/1/2010): Happy New Year

Happy New Year everyone!  I hope your 2010 is filled with peace and joy.  To kick off the new year, here are some thoughts and links:

One: Daniel Curran writes about end-vision, “Any church-planting or missions movement that does not begin and end with Jesus’ beautiful vision of truly ‘discipling all peoples’ (Matthew 28: 16-20) is not . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book (1/1/2010): Happy New Year

Grow soil, not crops

My host town in Ecuador.

A while ago, as a high school student, I set off on this adventure to live for a summer in the mountains of Ecuador through a program called Amigos de las Americas.   Our goal in this small, 800 person town was to work with the local leaders in developing sustainable . . . → Read More: Grow soil, not crops