Tag: deconstruction and the church

When the Questions Won’t Stop

Jesus didn’t gloss over the messiness of faith. He stopped and pointed at the doubt about who he is, and then he offered hope.

Churchgoers and Deconstruction

Similarly, younger pastors, those 18-44, are the most likely to say they’re very familiar with deconstruction (36%), while pastors 65 and older are the least likely to possess that same level of familiarity (12%).

Lecrae: Reconstructing Faith—Part 2

It’s not that God was ever fake. It’s that his people are inconsistent. That’s always been the story.

Lecrae: Reconstructing Faith—Part 1

On and on goes the pattern of us using art to connect emotionally, mentally, spiritually, to paint a reality of vulnerability and transparency people can live into.

5 Trends That Are Driving Deconstruction in the Church

And what do we mean when we talk about deconstruction?