Edward J. Blum
I was reading Morgan Guyton’s blog post asking if Christians can transcend celebrity culture. I resonated with that weird feeling of being not-quite-famous. I’m usually at a conference center, where people are looking at my colored leader’s nametag, trying to figure out who I am, while looking over my shoulder, to see if there’s someone more important behind me. Sometimes people figure out who I am and say, “Tribal Church! You’re Tribal Church.” Then 5 seconds later, “You’re so much shorter in real life.” And I wonder how I could be shorter than a one-inch avatar.
Isabella Blanchard at Virginia Theological Seminary's Center for the Ministry of Teaching, wrote a series of Study Guides for several God Complex Radio episodes. She highlighted many of our favorite episodes and made them available as downloadable PDFs.
Isabella Blanchard highlighted many of our favorite episodes, creating thoughtful questions and making them available as downloadable PDFs.
I was at a youth retreat and a senior in high school asked me, “Who are your inspirations when it comes to public speaking?"
I thumbed through a stack of Xeroxed images, looking at the multiple faces of Jesus that a friend compiled for her theology paper. She had gone to the library and photocopied profiles from around the globe.