Real Peace in Our Time – Gareth Higgins

When I was growing up, I was always afraid of violence.  Northern Ireland was a European centre of politically-motivated killing for most of my childhood.  Politicians and public officials were killed all the time.  Political activists who espoused violence were often killed too.  And people who had no direct involvement in either politics or violence [Read More...]

Spiritual But Not Religious: Anne Rice, Christianity, and Wild Goose Culture

The Wild Goose Festival seeks to be a place where people of faith and people who struggle with faith (which might be all of us?) can wrestle together with what it means to be people who live at the intersection of justice, creativity, and spirituality in the 21st century. This is a conversation our larger [Read More...]

Why I’m Taking the Kids to Wild Goose: Mark Yaconelli

“It takes three things to attain a sense of significant being: God, a soul, and a moment.” –Abraham Heschel Wild Goose is a moment–a moment in North America where creativity, compassion, and community can be felt and celebrated.   My sons are both entering their adolescence.  Adolescence is when the veil of childhood slips away and [Read More...]


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