Celtic Christianity

Currently reading The Celtic Way of Evangelism: How Christianity Can Reach The West Again. It's not as bland or as long winded as it sounds. It could also be titled "Living the Good News of the Kingdom in Christian Community" which of course is our heart. I got a copy of this from a friend who "happened" to be at a mutual friend's Easter gathering this weekend. He intended it for our mutual friend but she doesn't have time to read it right now so I was able to take it home. It is just what I need to be reading right now to help flesh out what we want our everyday life (aka: church life) to look like.

Now we just have to figure out how to refashion our home and neighborhood into a Celtic monastery!

(To clarify early Celtic monasteries were not places full of silent celibates. They were communities of joy, industry, worship, hospitality, music, prayer and learning. Populated by priests, teachers, scholars, craftsmen, artists, farmers, families and children).

Somewhat related and interesting links:

Christian community tries whole life faith New Monasticism

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