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The Olive Branch, 4/29/15

This Monday I attended a conference about Church as a Community Asset, presented by the founder of Oasis in the UK, Steve Chalke. Oasis flows around a Christ -centered ethos of holistic, inclusive, community transformation. They started by looking out-side the doors of an enormously empty London church and not just wishing for better, but dreaming about what it could, should, be and then they went about creating just that. This was a valuable piece to the question we are constantly asking ourselves at Mount Olive. Well, maybe one way to begin answering would be to ask “what do we want our neighborhood to be. ” then go about making it so. Along the day we discussed the definitions of church. church as a religious service provider, a community space provider, a social service provider, then church AS the community. How can you move the church from one of the provider categories in to the realm of full, whole, collective community. This is the “in the presence, being the presence” question. This conference was full of quotable wisdoms, big dreams, and inspiring possibilities, but no magic answers, because there is no short-cut way to building community and provoking real change. It comes from the roots of our spiritual questions, “who am I,” and “where am I going. ” and answering in faith that “I am a beloved child of God and my life has purpose and meaning. ” It means staring at Jesus’s full command, not just the Mark 12 or Matthew 22 versions, but the Leviticus 19:18 "'Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. It means showing up, serving one another, and living in to the world that God desires for us. There is much more I wish I could share. There is much more that I need to learn and talk through and discover. So let’s keep talking and dreaming and working towards the world that has Christ at the very center whether in a coffee shop, a school, a public restroom, or face-to-face with one another. Sunday Readings. May 3, 2015: Fifth Sunday of Easter. Acts 8:26-40. Psalm 22:25-31. I John 4:7-21. John 15:1-8. May 10, 2015: Sixth Sunday of Easter. Acts 10:44-48. Psalm 98. I John 5:1-6. John 15:9-17. Sunday’s Adult Forum: May 3, 9:30 am. “Wisdom From the Desert: Stories from Women in the Early Church,” part 2 of a 2-part series presented by Prof. Professor of Theology, St. Benedict University, St. Joseph, MN, and author of Praying With the Desert Mothers. Source: Mount Olive Church

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