January 13, 2015 |
In the past two posts, I’ve discussed hospitality through an ethical lens: it is good
to extend hospitality to the stranger. Jesus’ example is always that of the welcoming host or the disguised stranger. There is something inherently good about this interaction. As I mentioned in my last couple posts, the stranger is always a gift.
December 16, 2014 |
by Jordan Siebold
A couple weekends ago Robbie and I got the opportunity to visit Union City, Tennessee to spend some time with friends at Exchange Street Church of Christ and Troy Church of Christ, two churches that took part in our Elevations program this summer. They had asked if we would do a follow-up trip to join them in spreading the vision of Dry Bones to the rest of the congregation that didn’t make the summer trip. Read More
November 13, 2014 |
It is easy to love people who are different than us from a distance, but to intersect in a very direct and personal way can be quite scary for some of us. My first experience with Dry Bones showed me exactly that: it is not terribly difficult to love people from a distance, but it takes commitment and a certain vulnerability to really pursue a person that lives differently or thinks differently than I do.
A desire to be in community with others, regardless of where you've come from in life, is at the core of what Dry Bones is all about. Read More
November 12, 2014 |
Check out this video with Joe & Nikki. Though unlikely friends by society's measures, they share with us about the importance & meaning of having one another in their lives.
Unlikely intersections create beautiful friendships!