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Wake Up: Learning to Care About the Earth

“Get this garbage out the lobby now,” shouted the manager of the Kahalui Motel.  It was April 22, 1970.  Ed Yamamoto, student body president of Maui Community College and 12 other students had just stacked the last of 60 huge…

Listening in Place Project – Cassie Carroll

Cassie Carroll explains how The Listening in Place Project began out of listening to the church’s need for hopeful stories of change. This post is an excerpt from a three part blog series. All three parts can be found on…

32 Hours in ‘Cuffs – Leroy Barber

Leroy Barber reflects on his experience getting arrested while peacefully protesting the death penalty. Originally posted at www.voices-project.org   Dr King answered this question on the Death Penalty in his paper “Advice for Living” in November of 1957: “Do you think God…

A Dream Slowly Unfolding – Ramie Miller

Ramie Miller shares a small story that captures the slow nature of an unfolding practice of presence in the neighborhood. We have a neighbor who has a dream to develop a nearby corner property as a place for small locally-owned…

Seattle’s Premiere Screening of Godspeed

ANNOUNCING Seattle’s premiere special screening of Godspeed at theInhabit Conference! First the Friday night Papusas & Beer pea-patch pub party, then an incredible 35 minute screening of Godspeed, with a special post-film conversation with both the producer and the pastor….

Have Two Give One – Kristen Kludt

What does it mean to be a good neighbor… Let the children teach us! Kristen Kludt reminds us what it really means to be a host and neighbor through the eyes of her son Everett. Read more of Kristen’s stories…

Do We Really Need New Churches? – Dan White Jr.

Dan White Jr. gives a sneak peak to the Pre-Con he will be leading at Inhabit 2017. I get the question all the time “Why do we need to plant more churches?” I think it’s a valid question. Certainly in…

Podcasts from L!VE – Reesheda N. Graham-Washington, CEO of L!VE

Hear from Reesheda N. Graham-Washington, CEO of L!VE as she speaks to the process of innovating and bringing vision to fruition. Thinking about starting something? Unsure of what the journey will look/feel like?  Listen to our new, 2-3 minute “Stories on the…