Recently I attended the Slow Church Conference over at Englewood Christian Church in Indianapolis. I had a fantastic time meeting new people and learning from brilliant theologians. I had the opportunity to reflect on my time at the conference over at the Slow Church Blog. In short, I was deeply struck by the discussion of making room for the presence of Christ in our lives and in the world. I believe that the church would benefit from an effort to be less efficient and focus on intentional and deliberate practices that cultivate the presence of Christ in our lives so that bring that presence to wherever we live.y that we practice the spiritual disciplines.
Read my reflection, and see what else is going on, over at the Slow Church Blog.