The Renovaré Institute’s Boston Cohort gathered for Residency 2 in frozen, snowy Attleboro, MA. The weather outside was frightful, but the growing friendships inside were delightful! Here’s a taste of what happened. (Interested in the Institute? Apply for the 2017-19 cohort by April 1!)
As Richard Foster approaches a milestone birthday, he has just one request: “If we’re going to celebrate my birthday—if you want to—find $75 and give it to the poor.” If you’d like to mark his birthday in this way, please share your story at 1-844-RENEW88 or via email ([email protected]).
Lent is the season of reflection and repentance, yes. But it is also a season of renewal and rebirth as the earth awakens all around us. We are invited today to spring or, at least, step into a more meaningful Lent this year with Renovaré’s two Lenten devotionals: Less is More and Engage!.
At the beginning of every year, Renovaré board and staff gathered in retreat for a time of fellowship, worship, prayer, planning, and dreaming. One of our focuses in 2017 was on culture. What are the key components of Renovaré’s culture? Our founder Richard Foster was on hand to offer some insight.
If you have ever wondered what a Renovaré Institute residency might be like—or even if you just enjoy hearing accounts of Kingdom living here and now—we invite you in today to glimpse the first gathering of the Boston cohort of RI with some student responses from their week in Santa Barbara.
We’re pleased to introduce you to Joe Davis—minister, Renovaré Institute grad, and video creator—now involved with Renovaré in Britain and Ireland. In this interview, we learn about (and link to!) his series of seven short, engaging videos on the six streams of the Christian tradition.
We at Renovaré don’t promote the pastime of reading only because it’s fun and interesting and books smell and feel so good. No, we also promote books because we care about your soul. And so does John Wesley. Join us today to learn about soul care, book clubs, and why reading really matters.