Category : Church in Culture

Who Do You Follow?

Who Do You Follow?

Explore ways to live your Christian faith, engage in sincere conversation and love your neighbors in a politically-charged society, no matter what your affiliation is. Continue reading

0 Comments / 143 View / November 3, 2016

What Does Missional Mean?

“Missional” is popular these days…but what does it mean? Continue reading

0 Comments / 231 View / May 3, 2016

Vintage Christianity 5

Vintage Christianity 5

The Emerging Church loves mystery. Who doesn’t, right? Well, they really love mystery! They love the excitement of the unknown; the thrill of finding the hidden treasure. They love the great find of the valuable pearl; and the enormous growth of the tiny mustard seed. They love going where no one else is going to find God Continue reading

0 Comments / 59 View / August 31, 2007

Vintage Christianity 4

Vintage Christianity 4

Continue to explore the concept of the emerging church from a Lutheran view. This month, encounter what success “means” for the church and where we may need to redefine our understanding of “the three Bs”. Continue reading

0 Comments / 32 View / July 2, 2007

Vintage Christianity 3

Vintage Christianity 3

In this third installment of our Vintage Column, seminarian Blackford suggests that the Emergent Church has always been part of the Christian Church movement as we “break away” from the world. Continue reading

0 Comments / 31 View / May 29, 2007

Vintage Christianity 2

Vintage Christianity 2

In the second installment of Matthew Blackford’s Vintage Christianity Column, he points to the emerging church within the LCMS and their need to have “ownership in the adventure, not just a church building.” Continue reading

0 Comments / 22 View / April 26, 2007

Vintage Christianity 1

Vintage Christianity 1

Church getting a bit drab? This article disscusses ways the “emerging church” plans to spice things up. Continue reading

0 Comments / 48 View / March 15, 2007

God in Culture

God in Culture

Many of the issues that confront the church today Continue reading

0 Comments / 78 View / October 1, 2004