Monthly Archives: May 2014

Radical Inquiry for All

This post begins with a prayer for the earth offered by Unity that was placed on Facebook by my cousin Nate Lehman. In my last post I identified the concept of radical inquiry.  Radical inquiry is illustrated by three overlapping circles with … Continue reading

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Questions for Circles

The Anabaptist Renewal Circles have published their commitments. That’s good! Their first commitment is “To be radical in our love for the Lord and compassion for our neighbors.” With the aid of a thesaurus I learned that a radical person … Continue reading

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Circles on my Mind

On Friday afternoon a lady member of our game group wore a dress which displayed large interlocking circles in one continuous chain. They reminded me of my questions about the Anabaptist Renewal Circles. Could the renewal circles be interlocked? During … Continue reading

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