The Colossian Way equips Christians to experience the transforming power of conflict. An innovative method based upon traditional Christian practices, The Colossian Way helps Christians practice loving God and each other while engaging difficult disagreements.
We trust this promise. So, we built a framework that Christians anywhere can use to live into that promise, even when they disagree. The Colossian Way is the foundation for our small group curricula covering divisive topics. Groups meet for 90-minute sessions for ten weeks.
loving God and neighbor while engaging difficult problems.
the body of Christ built up.
In less than two hours, from any device, and at your own pace, learn to facilitate a Colossian Way Small Group on any topic. Master the framework’s core concepts, and learn how to guide others to experience the transforming power of conflict.
The Colossian Way applies basic Christian practices to today’s most divisive conflicts. No matter which topic you choose, you’ll gain conflict engagement skills that translate into any context.
Our current political climate is troubling to many. Simple disagreement over political matters has become inflamed into outrage and charges that “the other side” is immoral and even evil. The truth is, Our Christian faith provides deep resources that can guide us to engage political differences in surprisingly positive, redemptive ways.
Concerns about sexuality, gender, and same-sex marriage are all around us. Many individuals and communities are left hurting, angry, and confused. What does faithfulness to Christ look like as this topic evolves?
The age of the earth, the origin of humanity, and what happened “in the beginning” are tough questions for us to navigate as faithful Christians living in a scientific world. How do we negotiate this tension between science and faith in today’s age?
This series focuses on the tensions we experience when we talk about men and women. Examine your lives as Christian women and men and questions around masculine and feminine ideals, leadership, work and family life, gender, and pornography.