On the Table, April 30 to May 6

Hey, Tablers,

If any of your metaphorical ears (or twitter feeds) are burning these days, it’s because I am in Minneapolis, sharing at a conference about church planting, and involuntarily bragging about my favorite church plant.  Hope y’all don’t mind too much.

Tonight we will gather with our friends at  the Lamb Center for a pizza and Karaoke party.  Bring your children (if any), your singing voice (if any) and your silly self (you know you have one).  We’ll gather at 6 for setup, the singing starts at 6:30, and we’ll sing ‘Amazing Grace’ and finish up by 8.  Good times will ensue, fo sho.

After several weeks away, we are back to doing our Sunday morning thing:

Many of us have been trained to imagine God as a stern taskmaster who is giving us directions and generally trying to cramp our style.  But what if God is not prescribing behavior, but is instead describing the way the world works best?  What if our view of God’s laws has been upside-down?  Join Pete and Mike and the whole CT crew at Jammin’ Java this Sunday morning at 10am to think this through together and to join a long line of people seeking to be followers of the way.


Hope to see you Friday or Sunday!

Mike Stavlund


Mike is a solid, stand-up guy that enjoys writing poetry and prose, hanging out with family and friends, and long walks around a Weber kettle grill.

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