Study and Practice to:
- understand the key concepts of faith, grace, and God's unconditional love
- read the Bible as the continuing story of God's faithfulness
- cultivate a relationship with the Lord Jesus as an exemplar of love, compassion, hospitality, and forgiveness
- experience worship that emphasizes preaching and teaching
- reflect upon sin as separation from God and others
- honor the experience of shaking the foundations in search of renewal
- pursue the implications and imperatives of the prophetic tradition
- commit to justice in the form of human rights, equality, peacemaking, and advocacy for the Earth.
- join groups working with poor and homeless people, refugees, immigrants, and those experiencing discrimination
- take your place in the "priesthood of all believers"
- explore the eclecticism of the Protestant community comprised of mainline churches, progressive Christians, emergent churches, and activist evangelicals
- rejoice in the renewed emphasis on spiritual practice or walking the talk of faith
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