Matt talks to Nadia Bolz-Weber, pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints, about preaching to oneself to benefit others, certitude’s roots in fear, and balancing authenticity with orthodoxy.
Readers who found Pastrix to be a long, cool drink will find more refreshment here. Those who have tired of Nadia Bolz-Weber's cranky schtick will tire of it here as well.
In The Deconstructed Church, Gerardo Marti and Gladys Ganiel give us a comprehensive and revealing ethnographic study of the worldwide phenomenon known as the emerging Christian movement.
Some church planters refer to denominations as "widget factories." A big cultural commute exists between fledgling communities and church hierarchies.
I was at a youth retreat and a senior in high school asked me, “Who are your inspirations when it comes to public speaking?"
Wild Goose was a weekend of fun and free spirits, as amateur musicians circled up to play, local beer flowed, Frisbees soared and people lingered around campfires. It was also punctuated by moments of intense reflection.