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I totally dig Solomon’s Porch

I’ve never been there but this is a totally neat video and I love what they’re doing.

and I like this from their about page:


Understanding that all areas of life are connected, including faith, time, family, work, body, money, intellect, et al.


Our belief is that God intends Christianity be a way of life which sends us into the world to serve God and our neighbors, so that God’s will may be done on earth as it is in heaven. The church is never to be the withdrawn or isolated end user of the gospel of Jesus; rather, we receive it so that we may be equipped and sent into the world to love our neighbors and serve “the least of these.” In this sense, Solomon’s Porch doesn’t have a mission; it is mission.


As Christians we see ourselves as a growing people who are learning to live life with God in the way of Jesus. We represent a generous orthodoxy, rooted in the Scriptures and consistent with the ancient creeds of the church.


Desiring to share life with one another in a way that we become a living, breathing, local expression of the global, historical body of Christ.

[tags]Solomon’s Porch, churches, Minnesota, missional, emergent, emerging[/tags]

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1 Comment

  1. Ariah Fine — March 11, 2007 #

    great video. It definitly makes me want to check out more.

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