Livin’ on a Prayer: Parenting, teaching, worshiping and the radical act of creating a home

This Sunday, before the Radical Love Party, Piper explored the radical idea of fostering Home and what it means as a parent, as a child, as a congregation and as a society. Home is not a physical space, but a state of belonging. How are we cultivating our home here at CVUUS? Who feels at home in certain places and not in others? Why do churches, our houses, and schools sometimes feel like the loneliest places around?  Questions abound and the possibilities are endless. Many stayed afterwards for the Rad Love Party.

Jason Duquette-Hoffman read A House with No Windows by Nikki Crouse and The Rose that Grew From Concrete by Tupac Shakur