In the past, I’ve hosted two different blog series here on Pomomusings. I love the idea of sharing with you voices of friends of mine (some of whom you’ve probably heard of before, others who may be new to you) and enlarging the conversation that would be possible with just my thoughts. The first series we did was on the Kingdom of God. About two years, I ran a second series called Plurality 2.0. Each of these has been very successful and thought-provoking.
This spring, I’m going to launch a new blog series about the future of the church, called (Re)Imagining Christianity. I’m going to be connecting with folks to participate in this series, and will be giving the following prompts to get them thinking about the topic:
What is one belief, practice or element of Christianity that must die so that Christianity can move forward and truly impact the world in the next 100 years?
What is one belief, practice or element of Christianity that we must hold onto and live out more fully so that Christianity can move forward and truly impact the world in the next 100 years?
All of the posts will also be shared on Twitter with the hashtag #reimaginexnity – hope you’ll be looking forward to this great new conversation we’ll be having here on Pomomusings.