Inhabit 2017

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What to expect at the Everyday Peacemaking Conference

  Why are we doing this? In a polarized culture, conflict is more important than ever for followers of Jesus especially within our neighborhoods and beyond to be agents of reconciliation pursing the holistic repair of relationships across difference. What can…

What to expect at the Neighborhood Economics Conference

Why are we doing this: Faith based communities and churches have an incredible potential to accelerate the movement of impact investing and social entrepreneurship in their neighborhoods. What can you expect: Our presenters have been on the cutting edge of…

One Stitch at a Time

Like we mentioned last week, when we start to wonder together about engaging the particularities of place with faithful, creative practice and presence, the conversation can get really big really fast. There is no part of our lives, as individuals…

Parish Pizza

As we dream together about what it looks like for us to be faithfully present in our local contexts, we continue to be inspired by the work you all are doing in your neighborhoods. Here’s a beautiful example of an…

Inhabit 2016 Recap

It was such an honor to gather with so many of you once again at Inhabit. Here, Content Coordinator Beau Denton reflects on why he loved our time together this year, and on a few of the things we’re looking…

Stoking the Fire: An Interview with Shane Claiborne

We are so pleased to welcome back Shane Claiborne as a keynote presenter at this year’s Inhabit conference. Shane is a renowned activist and the best-selling author of books including The Irresistible Revolution, Jesus for President, and the new Executing…

Video: Gideon Tsang at Inhabit

We can’t wait to welcome back Gideon Tsang as a presenter at this year’s Inhabit conference. Gideon is a pastor at Vox Veniae in Austin, which created Space12, a unique, collaborative community space for local nonprofits, neighborhood associations, and other…

Video: Is This Certificate for You?

Over the last month on this blog, Dwight Friesen, Tim Soerens, and Paul Sparks have been leading us through a series of videos exploring the development of a think tank that inspires and equips leaders who are thoroughly rooted in a particular place,…