For the past two and a half years, I’ve had the privilege of working with an amazing team of people based in St. Louis and a growing family of authors who have inspired and challenged me (and so many others) […]
As a person of faith, I’m inspired by the stories told and ideas shared through TED of what people are doing to make the world — and especially our local community — a better place.
In 2013, I’m reaching for something much more simple, something more practical — transition, or, adjustment, or perhaps adaptation.
I realize I’m a very unlikely defender of Billy Graham’s legacy, but here’s why I’m speaking out.
I’ve spent some time over the past week, since Wild Goose Festival 2012 ended, trying to capture all of the words and photos and videos and reflections on what was a powerful experience for so many of us.
This year the Wild Goose Festival schedule has been posted online well in advance of the event itself, and I’ve gone through and mercilessly planned out how I’m going to spend my days.
Father Richard Rohr says, “Some are calling theology right now ‘a turn toward participation.’ … And this is happening in all of our groups.”
One of the items on my personal bucket list is to participate in an Amahoro Africa gathering one of these years.
That was the question posed by Anthony Smith during a recent Meetup with Fuller Seminary New Testament professor Daniel Kirk.
I’m excited to join the Progressive Christian channel on Patheos — to launch my latest project called Missional Shift, a new blog dedicated to curating the missional church conversation.