New Series – Crossroad: A Theological Praxis from the Streets
This past Sunday at New Hope, we kicked off a new series of teachings called, “Crossroad: A Theological Praxis from the Streets“. This new series will focus on developing a theology rooted in the streets as exemplified by Christ’s interaction with humanity during his time here on earth. As a former professor of theology and ministry for 9 years, I was able to see and experience some of the disconnect between the theology formed in academia from that of practitioners ministering in the field. Although much good is produced from the ivory tower, I believe there needs to be some more field-based development of our theological lenses.
This series is designed to encourage, challenge, and inspire the hearer to reconsider the stories of Christ’s interaction with people on the streets in hopes of developing a practical theology for day-to-day ministry, especially outside the walls of the church. I invite you to listen and interact via this blog about the topics introduced during this series.
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I look forward to hearing from you after you listen to this message.