Tag: Progressive Christianity

Waiting to Exhale

My assumption was that, during an asthma attack, the core issue is that you can’t breathe–hang with me–specifically that you can’t inhale. The airway constricts leaving the sufferer unable to breathe in the oxygen that is required to keep them, well, alive.

It’s Not Our Story: Why Living in an Empire Skews Our Experience of the Bible

One of the things I love most about the Bible is that after almost thirty-eight years it continues to surprise me.

The Space Between, Episode Zero: Just Keep Moving

It’s finally here! Episode Zero of my new podcast, The Space Between, is now online. In this initial episode I talk about faith, the Bible, and why movement is inherent within the Christian Tradition. 

Spiritual Charlotte Podcast

This morning I took part in the Spiritual Charlotte podcast, for a series they are doing about the Bible.

Letting Go & Letting Come: An Ash Wednesday Litany

This year I created a litany for our Ash Wednesday gathering at MCC. I felt compelled to do this, because many of the confessions that are available (to my knowledge) tend to be anti-human. They play into a negative and unhelpful theology that says…

What is Progressive Christianity?

When I talk about #ProgressiveChristianity, this is what I am talking about. A posture of openness toward God that expects our understanding to grow and change as our experiences of God, people, and the world do.

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