Tag: radical faith

July 10 Gathering: The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)


While this is certainly a familiar story--both within the church as well as within the culture--it bears some examination. At the heart of the story is the question of what it means to love our neighbors. But there are also questions about how to apply the original cultural/historical context to our present time, what truly loving our neighbor really looks like in a practical way, and how we move beyond theoretical love to active love.

October 11 Gathering: Jake Kaufman Returns!


This Sunday, Oct. 11, we are thrilled to welcome Jake Kaufman back to New Wineskins to share stories of inspiration from his most recent blog series, 15 Stories in 15 Weeks (#15Stories). A Mid-Ohio Valley native now living in Columbus, OH, Jake is a full-time writer and speaker who prefers his beer from a can. … Continue reading October 11 Gathering: Jake Kaufman Returns!

Feb. 8 Gathering: Enslaved by Freedom?


As Americans, we enjoy the idea that we have broad guarantees to wide-ranging personal freedoms. In fact, there's little we can imagine doing that we can't do. Our individual rights are deeply ingrained in our psyches and our culture. But is it possible that our very freedoms are actually enslaving us? Is a social ethic … Continue reading Feb. 8 Gathering: Enslaved by Freedom?

How we do what we do when we do what we do


There are so many different styles and elements to worship today that it's hard to keep track. Trends rise and fall, and with them, often tensions. So what's the difference? What is it about all the different ways we "do" worship that causes such anxiety? What's the point in it all? Join us tonight as … Continue reading How we do what we do when we do what we do