What if our neighbors know how they need to beloved better than we do?
Four Months Until Harvest: Seeing Our World Through the Eyes of Jesus
See, when I'm faithful and obedient to God, there is a reward, but I don't know if I'll see it this side of heaven or not. And I don't know if it'll affect me directly, or maybe it'll impact others who are close to me. And maybe the reward is something that influences someone else, but I'll never see it... That doesn't mean it isn't still there.
Catalyzers are the kind of people who get things started, but leave a mess in their wake. Organizers straighten the mess out and give it order
If you are leading a church or plan on planting a new church, I encourage you to become a fan of jazz. You are the one in whom God has entrusted the melody, the vision, for this new community.
In honor of Easter, our latest episode of the MissioChurch Podcast has a great story about Honey Baked Hams, as well as a seasonally-appropriate conversation on incarnational ministry.
When the Church adopts a posture of advocacy, the people in that place experience more and more of the kingdom of heaven.
Members of a Brethren congregation gathered together in a cottage town in Canada to dedicate the building that they would call home. This congregation, Muskoka Community Church, is the first of our tribe in Canada.
We are live! MissioChurch’s new podcast has finally gone live this week!
Dustin White explains how Jesus intended "neighbor" to be a verb.
Church-planter Dustin White explores the nature of relief versus development-based ministry in this evocative blog.
Can towns and cities really sustain large single-site congregations? Radial Church planter and lead planter Dustin White finds comparisons between modern church-growth trends and his upbringing with reptiles.
United Community Brethren Church in Dayton, Ohio is planting a new Brethren Church--The Transformed Life Center--on the troubled near east side of Dayton.
In the depths of my isolation, Jesus has continually replenished me through several key disciplines focused on solitude, contemplation and silence.
We're so excited to give you the update on everything that has been going on at Radial lately! Since our last update we have been in a season that has both been exhausting and celebratory all at once. For which, we are so grateful for your support that you have offered in this time which has made such a fruitful season possible.
I am writing you today with great anticipation and excitement of where Jesus has taken, and is leading, Cross Bars Ministries in our next steps of ministry.Cindy, I, and our team have been talking and praying through and about the next steps for us and the ministry. Cross Bars Ministries’ Thrift Store has provided a wonderful introduction to Jesus’ love by offering clothes, household items, and furniture at prices that allow people on lower incomes, to afford basic and needed items (while building self-esteem because they are able to provide for their family).
Never thought it would turn out this big. On December 21 Cross Bars held it's monthly Community Dinner at the Salvation Army former location.
A very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! The new year brings a new opportunity to update you on all the new things happening in our Radial community!
Please be in prayer for this Saturday's Community Christmas dinner and gift shopping.
Muskoka Community Church recently celebrated ministering in their community for 5 years.
Praises from Cross Bars Ministry.
Thanks to all who have been praying for Cross Bars Ministries. The past few months have been wonderful.
I write this as the snow is falling (a lot) and blanketing the ground. There is a sense of hope and wonder as we enter Advent the Advent season and long for Emmanuel--God
People are being blessed by Jesus!
We are very eager to share this Radial Church monthly update with you! God has certainly been active in our community the last month.
We celebrate 5 years of community transformation in Huntsville, Ontario!
Last week I was blessed with the opportunity to drive down to Winchester, VA to participate in the Missiochurch Orientation.
It's hard to believe, but this fall marks the fifth anniversary from our launch. We're still making plans ...
...we're excited to announce that we are growing! Each of our Faith Collectives have been growing more and more as we continue to reach out to others with the love of Christ.
Update on the happenings in Johnstown Pennsylvania.