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October 2019

Always Reforming

Reformation Day is approaching. 502 years after Luther is said to have nailed 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, ushering in dramatic changes in the church and world, we find ourselves in the midst of another profound shift.

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Wonder and Inquiry

We may not always look to the mountains per se, but we continue to lift our wonder-filled eyes to see God and the work being done in our lives and those who surround us. Psalms does just that by inviting us into the community of faith. What more could we want from a book of the Bible? Diane Jacobson, professor emerita of Old Testament, examines her favorite passage.

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Innovation: From Buzzword to Renewal

As innovation becomes a buzzword, it's easy for church members and leaders to reduce it to a trend. But how might it play a powerful role in renewal? Terri Elton, associate professor of leadership at Luther Seminary, examines this concept in her latest post on the Faith+Lead blog.

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Book Recommendation

The Agile Church
Spirit-Led Innovation in an Uncertain Age
Dwight J. Zscheile

What if the uncertainty in our current cultural context is a spiritual opportunity for churches to flourish? This is the question Dwight Zscheile, vice president of innovation at Luther Seminary, considers in "The Agile Church: Spirit-Led Innovation in an Uncertain Age"--a well-rounded resource of theory and practices for the church, with a helpful study guide.

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