What do we as Christians have that makes us distinctive in the world? In Minnesota, what does this mean for a missional church? Like those Babylonian exiles and those first Christians — what we thought we were building on is no longer unshakeable. As God’s missional people, how do we retell the story? Learn more.
In this mini course, we will wrestle with key concepts of what it means for followers of Jesus to live the good life and what we ‘ought’ to do when faced with moral dilemmas. Through readings and case studies participants will consider various approaches to moral decision making and will begin to identify not only what they “ought” to do but why. Learn more.
This spring, Kenyan farmers have been walking their fields, planting seeds. The money to provide these seeds came from pizza sales in Duluth and dinners in the Twin Cities. Youth sold truffles and seed art, and adults wrote checks after hearing the stories of Mission Project 2013: Seeds & Scholarships. Learn more.