Are we just trying to feed an irreparably broken model for what the church is and how it works? Or are there ways to redeem the church? To reinvent it for new generations of people who view the world through much different lenses than those who came before?
How has fear gone from something explicitly commanded against to our primary motivation for our words and actions?
Poverty is not just an issue. It’s people. As followers of Jesus, how can we reach into the lives of people in poverty and show them authentic love and support?
Exclusive claim or inclusive call? What do Jesus’ words to his disciple Thomas in the run-up to the crucifixion really mean in an age of distrust and cynicism?
Who are the modern-day prophets? What are they saying? How can we listen to them?
We’re all about story here at New Wineskins, and this week we’re thrilled to welcome a great storyteller with an amazing story to tell!
How can looking at our past help us understand who we are in the present? And, perhaps most importantly of all, how can it help us imagine our future?
Will the world see us as just one more arguing faction, or as kingdom people who can rise above the rhetoric?
From career decisions to choices about families, dating, church selection and more, we’re constantly seeking to figure out just what it is God wants us to do.
It’s Open Forum week at New Wineskins! Our March 8 gathering will be open to whatever topics you’d like to discuss. So what’s on your mind? What questions are you struggling to answer? What issues need deeper conversation? Where do you need hope? Where do you see hope happening? As always, the only ground ruleContinue reading “March 8 Gathering: Open Forum”