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An Invitation to a New Expression of Christianity

from Paul Smith

Dear Friends,

There are a number of newly emerging models of the Christian path today. I have articulated some of what an Integral Christianity might look like in my books Integral Christianity: The Spirit’s Call to Evolve and Is Your God Big Enough? Close Enough? You Enough? Jesus and the Three Faces of God.

Over the years, people from all around the world have expressed interest in these sketches of evolution. They have shared their own interpretations and expressions in dialogue with the work. They have explored what it might look like in their own context.  And they have asked: “Where are the others who think and experience this as crucial to the way forward?

Together with some other collaborators, we are seeking to gather these people together into a network of practitioners. The aim of this community is to provide a staging ground for the further evolution of Integral Christianity. We believe this happens through shared practice, empowering one another in holistic experience of the divine. The center starting point will revolve around my expressions so far, with further evolutionary expression to come, of course.

We truly hope for this to be a work of co-creation, a shared endeavor. Our hope is also that this not be just a forum or typical social network space, but an engaging, collaborative space with dynamic social architecture and face-to-face communication and connection. That is why the core of this network is the WeSpace communities of practice expressing the Three Faces of God.

If you would like to be a part of this particular pathway up the mountain with others, I invite you to consider the following opportunities. I hope you might join us in this exciting climb!

Love and Light,

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Most integral practitioners seem to be without a collective.
— Paul Smith