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Thought to Action

Theory is great, but it begs the question: now what do I do with all this knowledge? Here, you'll find practical examples on how to translate the ideas we're proposing in each issue into solid action.

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 30, Number 2, Winter 2018 / Thought to Action

Pursuing a Playful Liturgy

David Taylor asks: What would it mean to laugh as we worship—to head to church anticipating fun?   More…

Laughter as Theological Intimacy

One of the most powerful tools we have to foster connection—whether with friends, enemies, or even God—is a joke.   More…

Humour from the Pulpit—A Rector’s Reflections

Preachers walk a tightrope in using humour in their sermons. When is attempting humour in a sermon a good idea? Hear Rector David Short’s take.   More…

Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2018

Two Essential Practices for Healthy Communities

“How we live together is the most persuasive sermon we’ll ever get to preach,” writes Christine Pohl. Here she discusses two vital practices for making that lived sermon land.   More…

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