Reconciliation in a Post-Religious Right World: Mike Morrell on Day1

Last week I had the privilege of sharing about the Wild Goose Festival with a wide variety of people in the Atlanta area: Punk Torah, Metro Atlanta Emergence, a KSU professor, and Day1, a nationally syndicated radio show and talk show serving mainline churches. I was able to sit in the studio with host Peter Wallace and [Read More…]

Tabernacled Time: Mark Scandrette

In ancient times the tabernacle was a temporary and portable place of assembly and worship for people on the move. The tribes of Israel gathered under the belief that in the midst of their mixing, meeting, greeting, camping, feasting and rituals they would encounter the voice and presence of the Creator. When I reflect back [Read More…]

Through the Eyes of A Child – Christine Sine

Christine Sine responds to the question: If you were only able to say one thing at a North American creativity, spirituality & justice festival, what would it be? I have a friend who recently became her granddaughter’s guardian.  It is like rediscovering childhood. She is constantly looking, listening and questioning, opening her eyes and ears to [Read More…]