Narrative Theology

Charissa and I were in attendance at Mars Hill last night. It was meaningful. You can listen here.

We’re going to attend their Narrative Theology class for the next 10-12 weeks, presuming we’re here that long. Anyone else want to come on Monday nights?

We also picked up Nooma #15–You. Which makes a better world, compassion or military? If someone could only see your life, would they believe that Jesus was risen and alive?

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5 comments on “Narrative Theology
  1. Angela says:

    oh man, i would like to go! it’s a gift that you can go. time is a gift. we have it. take it, man and woman.@

  2. Travis says:

    I’m so jealous!!!! I want to go!! I just finished the God is Green series and it was awesome. I’m going to start commuting to work next week. no more excuses. We’re going to Mars Hill when I come to visit. I will make you!I can’t wait. you guys are lucky! Lucky! (you have to say it with a Napolean Dynamite voice)

  3. Yes, we are incredibly blessed. In many ways. More than just being semi-near Mars Hill. Though that is hard to top.We drove the 1 1/2 hours to the first class, but when we got there a large yellow signed announced class was cancelled due to illness. We’ll try again next Monday. Come stay with us. We can make room or find somewhere in the community! Who knows how long we’ll be here?

  4. Someone has been leaving messages using my avatar. Could you tell that was Jeff’s voice?

  5. Jeff says:

    Maybe I’ll start leaving comments under his account!

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