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Apr
19

Practicing the Way of Jesus, Pt. 1

Last week, we introduced a new series of articles focused on practices within the Kairos Community. Over the next three weeks, we will take a closer look at practicing the way of Jesus by exploring peace as a way of being. “The God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet.” .” ~ Romans 16:20 I can hear some of you singing the church camp song already.

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Apr
12

Kairos Community Series Introduction

Today, we continue our series on a “New Way of Being” by turning our attention toward the Kairos community. All learning happens in community. In Kairos, the local community in which a student lives and works is the primary community that gives form, shape, and direction to a student’s journey of discipleship. However, they are all also part of a global community.

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Apr
05

The Kairos Quality Framework

As we engage in our call to steward followers of Jesus who flourish in their vocations for the sake of the world, we do so with the recognition that high-quality educational journeys must be developed with care. To help us achieve this goal, we embrace the following quality framework. As a series of cascading interests, the quality framework has four key points.

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Mar
29

Reasons for Writing Into His Presence

This book on the psalms came out of a recognition of the loss for many of the importance of the psalms. The book (along with my earlier book: A God Who Comes Near) was written to reawaken awareness of the beauty of the psalms and their ability to speak with relevance to our contemporary culture, a generation in danger of losing the psalmist’s voice.

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