A major part of the power of practicing C02 is that we get to connect with both God and others at a deep level and in doing so, we are inevitably changed. In this regard, C02 is a transformational practice or discipline. As we listen to the Lord, He might tell us to do something – to be “missional” – or He might tell us to do nothing; to cease striving and to be still. For many of you, however, I would suspect that as you have practiced C02, you have begun to hear the Lord speaking words directly to you, about you. Words that reflect how the Father sees you, and how the Father loves you and how He delights in you. Words that any child would expect to hear from the perfect parent.
Peg Batcheller is a Church Planter in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In this Part 1 of a 2-part audio podcast, Peg shares the impact that C02 is having among many of the house churches in Albuquerque and among the variety of cultures that co-exist in New Mexico. C02 has helped to revitalize house churches that had become stale and churches have been planted that emerged out of two people practicing C02 together. Also, a regional network has begun to emerge, organically, as the groups that are practicing C02 have begun to meet and join together.
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In this second part of a conversation with Rose Starr of Denver, she shares how practicing C02 as a community has impacted the house church she and her family attend.