As promised, 2014 has brought a new Eco-Theology series called "HomeBrewed Grown Christianity" all about-earth care and lovin' God. It has grown into an 8 part series including a TNT follow-up to the initial run of interviews that begin today. Episode 1: Leah Kostamo Planted: A Story of Creation, … Read more about HomeGrown Christianity Begins Today
As long as you are Christmas shopping, you might as well pick up some resources that will be helpful in 2014! In early 2014 we have an Eco-Theology series called "HomeBrewed Grown Christianity" all about-earth care and lovin' God. It will be a 5 part series with a TNT follow-up will be the final … Read more about Books You Will Need In The New Year
I was a young pastor, in my mid-20s, and ministry was going pretty well. I worked a lot of hours and put out a lot of energy, but I also saw a lot of fruit. Then one day I lost my joy. I didn’t know where it had gone - but it was gone. I read that one of the fist signs of depression is when … Read more about Day 9: My Soul Is Fried
Two weeks ago I got to sit down with Diana Butler Bass and ask her about everything from her new book’s title Christianity After Religion to the Methodist tradition and why Evangelical young people are 30 years behind. It was a blast! [you can hear the audio here] At the end of the hour, the … Read more about Defending Diana Butler Bass and those non-human animals
A podcast legend visits LA live! Listen in as Bo gets to ask the famed author about her new book Christianity After Religion, why Christianity isn't a religion, the decline of the Mainline, the Methodist tradition as well as topics ranging from sexuality to other religions. This event was hosted … Read more about Diana Butler Bass in 3-D!
In the past two week of Pentecost I have posted 2 blogs about the Bible (A Funny Thing Happened and Poetics) and then 2 about personal prophecy (Why didn’t God tell me? and Process). I love the conversations that have ensued and am amazed at the number of questions that have been … Read more about Dealing with Demons (a progressive take)