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The Faithful Innovation Framework
Faithful innovation is the process of learning new ways to embody Christian identity and purpose in a changing cultural context. Often, it involves the rediscovery of ancient spiritual practices as much as the embrace of new technologies.
Because we believe:
- +The Triune God is at work in the world.
- +God is with us.
- +The reconciling and renewing gospel of Jesus Christ is a matter of life and death for the whole world.
- +The Holy Spirit will continue to gather and sustain the local church.
- +God is the primary leader of the local church.
- +All baptized Christians are called to follow Jesus by joining God's work in daily life.
Questions and Answers
from Faith+Leaders like you...
It begins with naming the reality that the church in our North American context is in a deep theological crisis.
Read how hundreds of North American Christian leaders, gathered through intentional listening and other research initiatives, answered this question.
As innovation becomes a buzzword, it's easy for church leaders to reduce it to a trend. But how might it play a powerful role in renewal?
New projections forecast sharp declines in North American Christianity. Why is this happening and what can be done?
Transform culture by trying new things. Here's where to start.
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The Old Testament is a valuable resource for understanding times of change and the need for innovation.