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Safe Space to Safe Place – Jonathan Brooks

Jonathan Brooks speaks our impulse to worship the idol of safety in the midst of turbulent times. “EVERY PERSON AND EVERY PLACE BOTH REVEAL THE GLORY OF GOD AND THE BROKENNESS OF HUMANITY.” -Jonathan Brooks Some Serious Questions about Safety…

“In” – “For” – “With”

By Inhabit Guide Kurt Ingram “Over the past seven years, God has cultivated in me, and in our church, a vision that called us into this neighborhood. Our culture has a tendency towards living like tourist, driving in and out…

Reading Place: The Revelatory Power of Ethnography

By Inhabit Presenter Forrest Inslee Sometimes really well-meaning people end up doing crazy things with the best intentions. How many stories do you know of a church plant or new small business, for example, that really got nowhere in terms…

Two Stories of my Neighbor – Rebecca Sumner

Rebecca Sumner weaves a story together about how living intentionally in your neighborhood is not the utopia we originally assume. Originally posted here on March 22, 2017. This is a story. It’s not a real story. It’s a collection of bits…

Join us for Sharks at the Beach!

We are excited to announce that on Thursday evening, April 27th, Inhabit participants can get a head start on an inspiring weekend by attending a “Social Venture Pitch Competition” hosted by our friends at Urban Impact. Also, in attendance will be…

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Help Make Inhabit For Everyone

We have some incredible grassroots ministry leaders that want to participate at #Inhabit17. But they need your help with the costs of travel and ticket. Partner with us to bring TWO of these diverse leaders to Inhabit and we’ll make…

Story from the Parish – Abigail Vizcarra Perez

Abigail Vizcarra Perez describes the messy work of planting and closing churches throughout the Tacoma, WA area. “Do we need another church or do we just need to connect the dots?” For more information about what Abigail’s work check out…

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…