These are our issues to sort, not our children's. We must respond to these situations and issues in ways that create a world that is a just, generous, and equitable place for future generations.
This week I was so fortunate to chat with Diana Butler Bass. It's a wide-ranging conversation, but we do talk about her new book, Grateful, which is a must read. For more on Diana, or to buy her new book, click here. Listen to "Diana Butler Bass" on Spreaker.
So thrilled to chat with Brian McLaren for this week's The Space Between podcast. We talk the Bible, politics, even toilet repair. Give it a listen and a share! Listen to "Brian McLaren" on Spreaker.
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
This week I talk with Terry Shoemaker about the culture wars, and the problem of labels in religion and politics. Listen to "Terry Shoemaker, the Culture Wars, & the Failure of Labels." on Spreaker.
Hey friends! I hope this finds you well. I wanted to pass along an article that our friend, Brian McLaren (thank you, Brian!), wrote for the Christian Century last month. We are so honored and excited that he chose to include Morgantown Community Church in this piece about holding the tension of various viewpoints and perspectives, … Continue reading Ever Heard of a Purple Church?
When you broach the subject of faith and politics (like I did here and here), it tends to lead to more questions about how these two realms (for lack of a better word) interact. For many people the question is should they even interact at all? Can't we just keep God and our politics in … Continue reading God Meets Politics, part one: Render Unto Caesar