Articles by Tim Day
April 10, 2017
Convivium's Hannah Marazzi sits down with Tim Day of City Movement to discuss listening postures, the digital age, and Canada's transforming faith landscape.
At the time, the New York City Leadership Centre and the Lausanne Network within the Christian community were convening these conversations on the massive changes happening in the global world Some are in and some are out, and if it things get bad enough, then we better go to war?” Or is there a way to understand and experience God that can lead to inner peace and peace with others? Can living in a faith community result in personal growth, deepening friendships, and creating a safer, fairer, and loving world? In an age where the Christian community is considering Rod Dreher’s The Benedict Option, with its call for Christian retreat from the secular world, I sat down this past month with a man that is following a very different call: engagement with the world in a spirit of anticipation for how the Lord will continue to build and transform His kingdom through an engaged church Tim Day: In the past, I think there was more of a broadly held assumption that religion existed to help us be good people, maybe symbolized by the Ten Commandments posted in courtrooms and sermons in churches about “repenting of sin Tim Day: It is always challenging to keep one foot in a faith community and one step in the public sphere