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]).
Tish Harrison Warren’s book, Liturgy of the Ordinary, is the third book in the 2016-17 Renovaré Book Club season. Here, she gives us a sneak peek into some of the themes of her book in a piece about learning to accept a “radical ordinariness” in living this Christian life.
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 are delighted to announce the addition of Jane Willard to our Ministry Team. Our board chair, Jon Bailey, shares with us a little of her story, while Director of Community Life, Nathan Foster, chimes in with his approbation. Jane offers a few comments of her own. Welcome, Jane!
How do we pick the Renovaré Book Club books for each season? Well, our team and C.S. Lewis have joined together today to give a little insight as to why we love to feature both new books with a modern touch and vintage voices that have earned their longevity. Come and get ‘soaked in the classics’!