Nathan Foster talks with Renovaré president Chris Hall about his recently passed friend, mentor and theologian Tom Oden. Chris also shares why ancient writings by the church fathers are more relevant than ever, and how C.S. Lewis defined an ignorant person.Listen now >
Richard Foster interviews Eugene Peterson about Peterson’s book Christ Plays in Ten Thousand Places. Enjoy this conversation between two old friends about the need to rediscover a spiritual vitality in Christian theology.
Patterns, structures, traditions, and rituals make up our daily rhythms. What if we could learn to shape these rhythms to make us more aware of the Holy Spirit, more intentional in our apprenticeship to Christ? Chris Webb gives the whys for crafting a Rule of Life in this helpful introduction.
Enter into the life of a monk with us today as we take a look at the rhythm of life under the Rule of St. Benedict. Declaring that “idleness is the enemy of the soul,” the great saint walks us through the seasons of the church year and the balance of manual labor and reading that each season brings.
Renovaré was founded by Celebration of Discipline author Richard Foster to help people pursue renewal in Christ through relationships, retreats, and print and online resources. Learn more >
“Fun ahead saith the Lord.”
Members of the Renovaré board and ministry team retreating together in Colorado.