Clint Schnekloth is the pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and founder and chairman of the board of Canopy NWA, a refugee resettlement agency.
He is the author of Mediating Faith: Faith Formation in a Trans-media Era, published by Fortress Press. He has written for The Christian Century, Word & World and Patheos, among other publications.
Clint earned his Doctor of Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary, and his Master’s of Divinity at Luther Seminary, and graduated summa cum laude from Luther College. He has taught at Fuller on Christian faith in a secular age.
Clint is a regular columnist for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette religion section and a frequent guest on KUAF’s Ozarks at Large. He partners with many projects at the intersection of public life and faith, including worker justice and international relief with Oxfam, and the Civic Imagination Project out of the University of Southern California, including a recent chapter in their Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination.
Clint is the founder and chairman of the board for Canopy NWA, a refugee resettlement agency; serves on the board of the NWA New Sanctuary Network; and has previously served on the Advisory Council for Word & World, the board of 1517 Media, and LWR’s President’s Advisory Council. He is a frequent presenter at national, synodical, university, and congregational events. He welcomes invitations to speak.
Clint has served as pastor of East Koshkonong Lutheran Church, Cambridge, WI; as a global missionary with the ELCA in Kosice, Slovakia; Camp Director of Camp Shalom, Maquoketa, Iowa, and various gigs as youth minister and camp counselor. He lives in East Fayetteville with his wife and three children, ages fourteen, twelve, and nin.
This is Clint’s personal blog, and does not necessarily represent the views or positions of his congregation or denomination.