Risky Improvisational and Experiment

A church which pitches its tents without constantly looking out for new horizons, which does not continually strike camp, is being untrue to its calling. . . . [We must] play down our longing for certainty, accept what is risky, live by improvisation and experiment. —Hans K√ľng
Frost, Michael; Hirsch, Alan (2001-01-01). Shaping of Things to Come, The (Kindle Locations 34-38). Baker Book Group. Kindle Edition. 

This is the type of life I know the Collins' family is called to. This is the kind of church community I dream of, one that lives like performance artists and functions like a light in the darkness. Have a great week!

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1 comment:

Lynda Ranahan said...

Amen Mike, Follow your heart, that's where He lives

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