Don’t Just HAVE a Faith…. LIVE Your Faith How do you live your faith? Chalice Press titles can help you transform your church, home, and spiritual life. These selected titles help you live your faith through your politics, your family, and your observation of Sabbath. Live Your Faith through Your Politics A New Evangelical Manifesto: A Kingdom Vision for the Common Good edited by David P. Gushee Written by authors, theologians, and instructors affiliated with the The New Evangelical Partnership… Read more

Wild Goose Partner, George Fox University, has a beautiful invitation to students we wanted to share with you: TO BE KNOWN. It’s the hope each student brings to the educational experience. To be known by name. To be valued, encouraged and uplifted. When students become known at George Fox Seminary, things change. Knowledge moves from the mind to the heart. Students find their calling. Faith turns into action. And that’s why we make a simple promise: each student will be… Read more

When I speak at churches and campuses around the country I’m often met with people eager to break out of the “American dream”, and give away their money to the cause of ending extreme poverty. Don’t get me wrong—I welcome their donations, and celebrate this response, but I long to see the day when folks are just as compelled to steward their voices for the sake of the poor, as they are their coin. Enter Micah’s Challenge to Our Next… Read more

Hello there, Wild Goosers! Welcome to Oregon, and the best summer in the United States.* We here at Burnside Books can’t tell you how pleased we are that the Wild Goose organizers chose to hold their first West Coast iteration in our backyard. Though, by “backyard”, I suppose I mean “a two-hour drive south”. Corvallis is a pretty town, even if it houses only the second-best college football team in Oregon. (Go Ducks.) We’re also happy that Wild Goose West… Read more

Thanks to a little help from Wild Goose music imaginator, Todd Fadel,Wimber the Puppet recently tracked down Gungor prior to their performance at this weekend’s Wild Goose Festival. Click below to see our puppet host’s latest antics as he interacted with these compelling worship artists. Read more

This just in: Wimber the Puppet has released another interview, this time with Wild Goose West speaker and author, Jeffrey Overstreet. As you learn more about Jeffrey and Wild Goose, don’t forget today (Monday, August 27th) marks the expiration of our final sale, which makes adult weekend passes available for just $101 (as opposed to $139 at the gate). Just visit, click on the reddish Enter Promotional Code link and type in FINAL SALE (all caps). Remember, this code… Read more

Wild Goose Friends and Family, we need your help! Wild Goose West is just 9 days away. We’re offering a special last minute bring-a-friend discount (15% off the current Advance Rate on full weekend passes for adults, students, children or families) for you to pass onto friends and family in the Northwest Region. Our ticket sales are on pace to meet our goal for the first year of Wild Goose West. To help us stay on track, we’d be grateful… Read more

The Oregonian recently published a feature article on the Wild Goose Festival. Read the piece by Nancy Haught here. Read more

Kids 2-5 We have a special set of pre-screened volunteers dedicated to this high energy group. Programming will be available from 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm on Saturday and Sunday of the Festival for parents who want to spend a couple hours enjoying the festival. Kids 6-12 The minute you walk into the Wild Goose Kids space you’ll know that this festival isn’t just for adults. Kids will find themselves immersed in activities that capture the imagination and stir up creativity. This… Read more

Below is a collection of questions frequently asked by Wild Goose attenders. If you have other questions not listed here, please leave them in the comments of this blog post and we’ll attempt to find you the information you need within one working day. Q: How do I get to the site? – Take Highway I5 south from Portland 1 hour or north from Eugene 30 minutes – Go west on Highway 34 (exit 228) for about 10 miles to… Read more

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