Nick Warnes joined the podcast for a great discussion of his new book, Starting Missional Churches: Life With God in the Neighborhood. Nick is a church planter and pastor of Northland Village Church in LA.
Aaron and Jane hung out with Shawna Bowman, pastor and artist, at Wild Goose 2014. It was awesome.
More about Shawna here: http://artforgodsake.com/
More about Friendship Presby here: http://fpcchicago.org/
Follow Shawna on Twitter here: @shawnabowman
Jesse James DeConto and The Pinkerton Raid grabbed their instruments and met us down by the river at Wild Goose 2014 for an hour of great music and conversation about life, marriage, parenting, brokenness, worship, divorce, and healing. Don’t miss this!
Brad is a PhD candidate in creative writing/poetry at Ohio University and lives in Athens, Ohio where he’s involved with his parish and campus ministry.
We’re joined by personal trainer and good friend Charlie Levine to talk about exercise, healthy living, and embodied spiritual practice. Charlie is the man behind the magic that is 513FIT here in Cincinnati and a great personal trainer and coach.
If you still need to buy your ticket for Wild Goose be sure to use the promo code: LYDIA – you’ll save 10% and Lydia’s House will get 5% to support the good work they are doing for women and children in need.
Aaron sits down with Lisa Andrews and Maggie Gough, both registered dietitians and all around good people, to talk food and embodied spiritual practice. Our conversation ranges from smoothies to fish fries to artificial nutrition.
Andrea and Aaron are joined by Mandy Smith, lead pastor of University Christian Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. She’s the author of Making a Mess and Meeting God: Unruly Ideas and Everyday Experiments for Worship.