Perhaps the most countercultural posture the church can proclaim and seek to embody is one of confidence and hopefulness. Such a way of faith and action may demand that we live and act counter to our own preferences at times.
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The reason we dare to imagine what things should look like in this world (in the Sarasota Statement and beyond) is because God has made us stupendous promises. God’s Kingdom will come to earth as it is in heaven, we confess.
Tom Cramer and Tamara John of Los Ranchos Presbytery share their stories of ministry at the 2017 National Gathering.
Jen Kottler and Leslie Mott served as our Transformation Leaders at the 2017 National Gathering, joining us throughout the week during plenary sessions to help us find ways to process what we experienced and equip us to take those learnings home with us. Here is their final session from Wednesday morning.
Rodger Nishioka, Director of Adult Educational Ministries at Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village, KS, gives the final keynote of the 2017 NEXT Church National Gathering.
Lee Hinson-Hasty, senior director of Theological Education Funds Development at the Presbyterian Foundation, gives an Ignite presentation on the future of theological education and clergy at the 2017 National Gathering.
Paul Roberts, president of Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary in Atlanta, gives the final sermon of the 2017 NEXT Church National Gathering during closing worship. Scripture: John 4:19-26 The liturgy from this service is also available: Paul Roberts is is president of Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary in Atlanta, GA, a position he has held since […]
Becca Messman and Chineta Goodjoin give an Ignite presentation about NEXT Church’s work around mindful ministry.
Jen Kottler and Leslie Mott served as our Transformation Leaders at the 2017 National Gathering, helping us find ways to process what we experienced and equip us to take those learnings home with us. Here is their third session from Tuesday morning.
Ann Hartman gives an Ignite presentation about her experience interning at a Presbyterian church in Yukutat, Alaska.