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Hospitality in Action

May 4, 2016

A certain woman named Lydia, a worshiper of God, was listening to us; she was from the city of Thyatira and a dealer in purple cloth. The Lord opened her heart to listen eagerly to what was said by Paul. When she and her household were baptized, she urged us, saying, “If you have judged […]










Grace and Gratitude–A New Adventure

April 27, 2016

My time at The Colossian Forum is coming to an end, and I invite you to pause with me, grieve what no longer is, celebrate what God has done over the past few years, and look expectantly to the future. For me, working at The Colossian Forum has been an incubation space where I have been […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: An Important Counter-Narrative

April 20, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. Here’s part one of the series and part two. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: It’s Not Just for Leaders

April 13, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. Read part one of the series here. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. Look for […]










Accepting and Receiving Christ’s Peace

April 6, 2016

When it was evening on that day, the first day of the week, and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, “Peace be with you.” After he said this, he showed them his hands and his side. […]










Recommended Reads: News and Notes

March 30, 2016

We have three small but noteworthy items to share in the life of The Colossian Forum: 2015 Annual Report The Colossian Forum had a busy and fruitful 2015, and you can read about it in our annual report. We’re entering a season of growth and are so grateful to God and to all of you, […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: Why It’s So Rare

March 23, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. Look for more in the coming weeks! After this […]










Listening–It’s More than Just Tolerance

March 16, 2016

TCF’s Rob Barrett recently kicked off the series How to Stay in Conversation with “the Other Side” at the Do Justice blog. The series aims to help how to communicate about contentious issues in ways that build up the body of Christ, and we were thrilled to contribute to this important conversation. Listening to Christian […]