A blog about experimental faith-based communities and organizations, by the extrapreneurial faith leaders who are helping them invent their future. Curated by the Rev. Ken Howard.
By Ken Howard I’m off to Atlanta for a week of intensive on site training, followed by several monthly video training sessions, leading to certification by the International Coach Federation (ICF). The training and follow-up sessions will all be provided by Holmes Coaching and Consulting, a local Maryland firm about an hour’s drive from my […]
Date: March 26, 2017 (The 4th Sunday in Lent) Preacher: The Rev. Ken Howard Location: Church of the Holy Apostles, Arbutus, Maryland. Text: John 9:1-41 Jesus said, ‘I came into this world for judgement so that those who do not see may see, and those who do see may become blind.’
Dear FaithX Friends, We are happy to announce that late last year we achieved several of our early organizational goals: We incorporated The FaithX Project as a Maryland corporation. We achieved 501(c)3 Nonprofit status as an organization with a religious, educational, and philanthropic purpose. Ken’s coaching, consulting, and training work under FaithX was approved as […]
Part 2 of the series “The Dis-Integration of the Church” click here for part 1 By Darren Slade In my last posting, “Religious Homophily: A Theory of Conservative Church Fragmentation,” I presented sociological and psychological support for the notion that “conservative” Christian churches (principally, those whose congregations adhere to exclusive theological beliefs) fragment and divide […]
by Ken Howard The response to our Paradoxy Congregational Conflict Transformation 10-Pack Giveaway has been great. In the last 10 days 20 congregations from San Francisco to Washington DC have claimed free group discussion 10-packs along with facilitator guidelines and other downloadable resources. And they are putting them to use right now to move beyond the tension […]