I had such a blast recording this week's episode! Melissa is doing amazing work at Imaginarium and I think this interview will strike a chord with anyone who grew up in an Evagelicalish church and has been on a journey of deconstruction and reforming a new faith. For more about Melissa's work click here. Listen … Continue reading The Space Between Episode Four: Melissa Greene
Happy Monday friends! I had such a great time talking with my friend Charlie about knowing when to leave for this week's episode of The Space Between. You can hear the episode below. ALSO, if you LIKE and SHARE the Facebook/Twitter post, you'll be entered to win a copy of the book Charlie mentions, "Necessary … Continue reading The Space Between, Episode One: Charlie Dean on Knowing When to Leave
It's finally here! Episode Zero of my new podcast, The Space Between, is now online. In this initial episode I talk about faith, the Bible, and why movement is inherent within the Christian Tradition.
As we approach the beginning of Lent I am reminded of how difficult it can be to find a litany for Ash Wednesday...
I bet I know what you're thinking. You're probably thinking that I'm a few weeks too early with my New Year's greeting. And there are twenty days left until the ball drops and we all celebrate the rolling over of the calendar into 2018. Yet, in the Christian Tradition, the New Year has already begun. Advent, … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Today, on the Church calendar, is Ascension Day. Forty days after the resurrection, according to the tradition in Acts, Jesus is taken up to the right hand of God. Let me set the scene. Jesus has just promised his disciples that they would be empowered by the Spirit to live out their calling, to be his … Continue reading Why Are You Gazing At The Sky?
This year I created a litany for our Ash Wednesday gathering at MCC. I felt compelled to do this, because many of the confessions that are available (to my knowledge) tend to be anti-human. They play into a negative and unhelpful theology that says being human is a bad thing. Yet, in the scriptures, God … Continue reading Letting Go & Letting Come: An Ash Wednesday Litany