Jeff Dwiggins invites you to read his recent essay, The Organic Church Movement – Reinvigorating the Church or Simply Going Rogue? , http://www.thebeankc.com/jeffs-blog/2010/1/3/the-organic-church-movement-reinvigorating-the-church-or-sim.html, and express your feedback. The essay explores biblical themes of community, delegated spiritual authority, and church structure against the backdrop of organic church principles. Does the organic church movement represent a breath of fresh air to the body of Christ, or does "Reimagining Church" have its limits?
Mike Warren invites you to read his recent essay, Immature Fruit on the Organic Church Vine, http://www.christianciv.com/Immature_Organic_Fruit.pdf, and express your feedback. Is the organic church movement as expressed by the views and opinions of popular organic proponents Neal Cole and Frank Viola a worthy excursion to a better way of doing church, or is it more like a bad college road trip without a map that gets lost in shallow theology and questionable foundations?
Your comments and feedback on both essays are appreciated. God bless.