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Christfulness liturgies

An important aspect of Christfulness is seeing the fullness of Christ as the restoration of creation, bringing humankind and nature to their fulfilment. We were created through God’s Word (Logos) who laid down his own nature into creation as the law of life, i.e. his serving love. Thus, as this order has been distorted through sin, God’s Logos had to become human to restore humankind once more to become stewards of God’s creation and reinstalling the law of life. Following the law of life is serving each other and the whole in love.

Dive further into our services in the articles below:

  • Identity and transformation – a Christfulness service
    This service falls in three parts: A time for faith formation / encouragement Eucharist and Communion A time in the healing presence of God A time for faith formation / encouragement Continue reading Worship-songs and Body Prayers (you will find good ideas here:  http://www.borgso.no/dvdenglish.html) Invocation and Proclamation: All: Jesus, King of Righteousness, Son… Continue reading
  • Healing of nature and environment
    Liturgical prayers for the Healing of nature and environment An important aspect of Christfulness is seeing the fullness of Christ as the restoration of creation, bringing humankind and nature to their fulfilment. We were created through God’s Word (Logos) who laid down his own nature into creation as the law… Continue reading

Papers

Papers and articles that will be published here are written by ourselves or will be some papers, we’ve come across, which may shed light on the practice of Christfulness, its relation to Church and Society and to comparable spiritual practices.

Inspirations

Inspirations is another word for gifts of revelation. St. Paul mentions: Prophesy, Words of wisdom and knowledge, Interpretation of tongues. Ole Skjerbæk Madsen writes, ”When I meditate on Bible verses or Biblical wisdom I often receive words from the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ and God, our Father. This a gift… Continue reading