When people describe their place of worship as a “church home” and the people with whom they worship as their “church family,” they are making a profound theological claim about the Church as a unique kind of community.
Do churches have dreams? From her early experience of church to ordained leadership and coaching, Rev. Aqueelah Ligonde’s call is to lead the Church in dreaming. In this interview, she talks about how people working together for the Church’s dreams gives her hope.
It’s easier sung than believed—the grace of God made manifest in Jesus Christ. Why does growing up often mean growing out of the profound faith of our youth? Even more, what do young people have to teach us?
A faith that does not ask questions stagnates and maybe even risks death. A faith however, that seeks after Christ and wonders about the mysteries of an unseen God is alive and fresh and can be more readily equipped to handle the examinations the world may throw at us.