Join us for a conversation exploring cultural intelligence, system dynamics and how we can learn to see through different lenses to move towards a more whole and just life
As Christians, we are called to serve others. But despite our best intentions, not all missions help in the way we intend. This two-session study will look at when helping hurts… and when it helps.
Join Pastor Will Forsythe and others for a lively discussion of the week’s upcoming Scripture passage every Tuesday morning at 8:30am at our Pine Street office.
Please join All Souls women for an evening of connecting our lives to Christ through each other’s story.
Nights of Prayer & Encouragement are changing to the second Sunday of the month! Please come and be encouraged with uplifting teachings, conversation, worship and prayer.
We were drawn to and inspired by these everyday people that seemed much like us in many ways, desiring to love their city in the midst of busy lives, full time jobs, and raising families. We feel honored to be invited to come alongside them as they creatively love people, seek justice, offer mercy in their city.CONTINUE READING →
But what if instead of beating myself up, in repentance I am gentle with myself? What if I know and receive God’s forgiveness and unending mercy? What if I rest in the reality that I am dearly loved? What if that reality sinks deep into my bones? Maybe tomorrow I will carry even just a little more gentleness than I did today.CONTINUE READING →
In early June, we gathered after the regular worship service for a quick family meeting, or congregational update. Will and the Elders introduced new staff and the 2016-2017 budget, deacons shared their plans for continuing city ministry projects and global missions, and we learned about upcoming events and opportunities within the Spiritual and Community Formation […]CONTINUE READING →
This is a story I want to have enough bravery to enter into. Not only to join these amazing visionaries we met, but also to join a God who touches lives uniquely and offers true hope and love. It was clear that God is moving in the communities we saw—with or without us. But there was also an invitation to join in, to see the messiness and ups and downs of change, to join in imagining a new story of redemption for communities and individuals.CONTINUE READING →
Timothy Kayera spoke with been-there-done-that confidence. He grew stronger with each word, pulling me closer with the fire of his conviction. And then he summarized everything I believe about charity. In four words. I used to work with one of those organizations that gave stuff away to everyone. We’d give away animals, clothing and clean […]CONTINUE READING →