Wild Goose, Ecumenicity, and the Future of the Christian Church

Beyond a shadow of a doubt, the most powerful memory I will forever maintain from Wild Goose 2011 is the closing ceremony. To understand why that experience of sharing communion with Catholics, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Methodists and Buddhist Christians moved me so deeply, you have to know a bit about my story. [Read more…]

Spiritual Lessons I Learned in Honduras

As I sat in the heat holding sometimes one, two, sometimes three young orphaned children at one time, I couldn’t help but think of Paul’s beautiful image for the Church as the Body of Christ. [Read more…]

A Conservative at the Wild Goose: Part 2

[Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of guest posts by Devin Murphy, a theologically conservative Christian who attended the recent Wild Goose Festival in North Carolina.  Read the first post, The Emergent Church and Me: A Disclaimer, here.] First Impressions of the Wild Goose Festival After driving… and driving… and driving… we [Read More…]