Posts Tagged "interactive church"


Time for Church 2.0


Posted By on Aug 6, 2019

Interactive Church is my passion. This week we finally go all the way to Church 2.0 with my current congregation! We have been practicing the component parts and building a culture of conversational listening for 2 years. This Sunday we put it all together for the first time. You can find videos for Interactive Church (2.0) here [link] Each of our Sunday gatherings are conceived of in 3 Acts and each act is centered around something...

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Household Economics

Household Economics


Posted By on Oct 2, 2018

  This past Sunday we had a really good conversation about household finances and how our faith informs that area of our life. Our question for the week was: “what one monthly expense would you change if you could?” The answers were varied and interesting. Some talked about internet/cable bills, the cost of eating out, the sadness of unused groceries, and housing issues (among other topics). What would your answer...

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Why Do Church This Way?

Why Do Church This Way?


Posted By on Apr 6, 2018

Culture is always changing. Life changes. The way we do church is changing as well. For more: Interactive Church [link]  We are working on something called  interactive church or conversational community. A little history about different ways the church has looked in different eras: During the middle-ages it was primarily through sacrament. 500 years ago the Protestant Reformation made it more about preaching. Lately, music has become...

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