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Check out the latest articles and videos I’ve shared… but be warned, this is the acumilation of nearly a decade of work, and I’ve changed my thoughts on a lot of things, so don’t hold me to anything that I don’t agree with 🙂 

Ep 16: Africa, Worship, & Sacramental Theology w/ Edgar King

Ep 16: Africa, Worship, & Sacramental Theology w/ Edgar King

On episode sixteen I have a conversation with my good friend, Edgar King. Hailing from Kenya, Edgar is a gifted worship leader and the lead pastor of Trinity Vineyard Church in Nakuru. We are all over the map on this one, discussing the Kenya context, missions,...

Ep 15: Black History Month & Reclaiming Diversity w/ Ramon Mayo

Ep 15: Black History Month & Reclaiming Diversity w/ Ramon Mayo

On episode fifteen, and in celebration off #BlackHistoryMonth​, I sit down with Ramon Mayo to discuss the history and importance of Black History Month, the need for nuance in today's world, and his forthcoming book, "Reclaiming Diversity." About Ramon: Ramon Mayo is...

Ep 14: Sacramental Reality w/ Glenn Packiam

Ep 14: Sacramental Reality w/ Glenn Packiam

On episode fourteen of season two, I sit down with Glenn Packiam! We discuss what it looks like to pastor a sacramental charismatic church, the role of formation in Christian worship, and how the sacramental tapestry helped provide stability for New Life after their...

Ep 13: Engaging Theology & N.T. Wright w/ Ben C. Blackwell

Ep 13: Engaging Theology & N.T. Wright w/ Ben C. Blackwell

On episode thirteen, I have a conversation with Dr. Ben C. Blackwell about the subject of his excellent book, Engaging Theology: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Introduction. We also talked about his time as a research assistant for N. T. Wright while he was in...

10 Days of Prayer Leading to the Inauguration (FIXED D

10 Days of Prayer Leading to the Inauguration (FIXED D

My good friend, Jimm Wood, and I put together a resource for churches to use for the next ten days. As all true followers of Jesus know that violence is not the way of the kingdom and last Wednesday's assault on American democracy was so troubling, we believe now is a...

Grieving to Exhaustion, Yet with Hope

Grieving to Exhaustion, Yet with Hope

Waves of grief have been washing over me these past few days… months… year? Never in my life have I felt such a roller coaster ride of emotion. As the regular routines of life take place, the overwhelming despair seeks to creep up and take over… … and the waves...

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