Wild Christianity at the Wild Goose Festival

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“God did not outsource mercy; God said ‘I’ll come myself!’” — Rev. William Barber “The question isn’t ‘What Would Jesus Do?’, but rather ‘What is Jesus doing now?’” — Joerg Rieger The blessed Wild Goose Festival reminds me year after year, thank God, of what it really means to be a Christian. I’ve just come [Read More...]

Living Liberation: A Q&A with Wild Goose Producer Rosa Lee Harden

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“If you are a follower of Jesus who listens to the news and wonders if there’s anyone else out there like you; if you want to follow Jesus in loving your neighbor (and everybody!) and want to do that in all of your life and you’re lonely, come to the Wild Goose Festival. This is [Read More...]

Wild Goose Day Four: Ecosystems

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My branch of mostly-white Protestant Christianity is obsessed with its own death. It frets about its demise constantly, asks itself how to prevent its decline, worries about its legacy, and, like a dying plant, apportions its resources in bare maintenance patterns, often in levels too low to really support life. But I think we sometimes miss the forest for the trees. [Read more...]


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