How The Holy Spirit is Moving Today

by Christine Sine

Patheos.com is hosting a series on “How the Holy Spirit is Moving Today” Contributors were asked to respond in 100 words or less.  Unfortunately I did not have time to respond because we were away on retreat the last few days.  However great responses posted have really made me think, look and listen.

I see the Holy Spirit moving every time I watch a mother comfort her child or kiss her kids good night.  I see the spirit move each time I kneel at the altar rail with friends to share communion. And I see the spirit move each time I watch someone become passionate about issues of justice and take a stand with the marginalized, the oppressed and the abandoned.  And I see the spirit move in the midst of  a church’s community garden.  The spirit of God is at work in so many aspects of our world renewing, transforming and making all things new.

So check out Patheos.com  for the great responses from the people listed below or respond here and tell me what you think .

Monica A. Coleman, Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions at Claremont School of Theology
Sam Hamilton-Poore, Director of the Program in Christian Spirituality and Adjunct Professor at San Francisco Theological Seminary
Brian McLaren, emergent author, speaker, pastor, and networker
Callid Keefe-Perry, a Member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and a co-convener of the Emergent Cohort in Rochester, NY
Carl Gregg, Associate Pastor at Northminster Church in Monroe, LA
Amy Julia Becker, a writer and a student at Princeton Theological Seminary
Tripp Fuller, a Baptist minister serving Neighborhood Church and Ph.D. student at Claremont School of Theology
Byron Wade, Vice-Moderator of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and a Presbyterian pastor in Raleigh, NC
Alyce McKenzie, Professor of Homiletics at Perkins School of Theology
Thomas Turner, Senior Editor, Literary Arts of GENERATE Magazine, an adjunct English professor at Nyack College, and a leader at The Plant in Mahwah, NJ
Bruce Epperly, Professor of Practical Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary and co-pastor of Disciples United Community Church in Lancaster, PA.

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