Katelyn Beaty joins me to talk about themes from her new book about women and work, A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home and the World, and many other topics including:

  • a biblical vision for women's work in the world 
  • the "Mommy Wars"
  • privilege and vocation 
  • how (what tend to be) distinctly female ways of leadership can bring healing to a divided world 
  • why the phenomena of unaccountable, charismatic speakers as lead pastors needs to be replaced 
  • what she thinks about feminine pronouns for God
*Originally posted at theV3movement.org
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Katelyn Beaty is the print managing editor of Christianity Today, where she is the first woman to serve in that role. She cofounded Her.meneutics, a site providing news and culturally commentary from evangelical women. Katelyn is the author of A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home and the World. She resides outside of Chicago where she participates in a local Anglican church.

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Noel Castellanos joins me to talk about what Christian community development is and his journey into it, what Ezra and Nehemiah teach us about neighborhood leadership and rebuilding neighborhoods, why planting Sunday-centered churches isn’t enough, what his greatest concerns are for young leaders who care about justice, and how his Chicago neighborhood and the Camino de Santiago opened his eyes to the struggle of immigrants.

*Originally posted at theV3movement.org
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Noel Castellanos is the Chief Executive Officer of the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA). He has lived in the Little Village in Chicago’s Lawndale neighborhood for 25 years. He is the author of Where the Cross Meets the Street: What happens to the neighborhood when God is at the center.
 
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In this episode, I explore Sign #4 of the Five Signs of the Parish Movement, “Collaborating for God’s Renewal,” by talking about why collaboration is so desperately needed in the world right now, examining a story about King David that teaches how not to collaborate, and outlining the three critical steps towards collaboration in the neighborhood.

 *Originally posted at theV3movement.org
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Series Summary: Parish church expressions are emerging in neighborhoods everywhere. Whatever they are called - neighborhood church plants, missional communities, neomonastic communities, faith-based social enterprises - these diverse expressions seem to exhibit five common signs as they join God’s renewal in their particular places. In this five part series, I explore the Five Signs of the Parish Movement:
Collaborating for God’s Renewal: Joining God’s renewal within the broken systems of our world, we seek to reconcile fractured relationships and celebrate differences by collaborating across cultural barriers and learning to live in solidarity with those in need.
 
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In this episode, I discuss the third of the Five Signs of the Parish Movement, “Gathering to Remember,” by examining why parish expressions are ambivalent about Gathering, listening to what the book of Hebrews teaches us about why we gather, and exploring the three main questions neighborhood church expressions are asking about Gathering.

 *Learn from 30 neighborhoods in 30 days by following the RePlacing Church #NeighborhoodsForDays Odyssey*
Parish church expressions are emerging in neighborhoods everywhere. Whatever they are called - neighborhood church plants, missional communities, neomonastic communities, faith-based social enterprises - these diverse expressions seem to exhibit five common signs as they join God’s renewal in their particular places. In this five part series, I explore the Five Signs of the Parish Movement:

Gathering to Remember: Trusting that God is at work, we draw together in worship to remember the larger story of our faith, rehearse the kind of people God desires us to be in the parish, and encourage one another in love and discernment. We have discovered that the more active we are in joining God’s renewal in our neighborhoods, the more crucial it is for us to gather back together to grow in our faith, strengthen one another and remember that we are a part of the massive story of God.
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