Exodus Oil

Exodus Oil: Keep Your Soul Planted

There’s something about the smell of conflicted freedom to keep your soul planted in the now. Thistle Farms has created an oil that smells both like freedom and the pursuit there of. There are days, when I use this oil to remind myself that not all are free. And then, there are days when I know […]

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Learnings from Goings: The Ongoing Work of the Future-Oriented, Mission-Shaped, Always-Mutual Episcopal Church

Let’s get this straight right from the beginning: God’s mission has a church. There, I said it. Sure, someone else said it before, but it is important for me to claim. As a person who works at one of those endowed Episcopal parishes, we need to be clear that no church, new or old, established […]

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Go, Look Among the People

Go, Look Among the People! Christmas Day Sermon 2015 Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church Recently, Gav and I began to play a little Advent game together. A game of hide-and-go-find Jesus. It has become something of a morning routine for us. I stumble down the stairs behind him as he rushes over to cut on the […]

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Christianity in America: When Winning Means Losing

                    Okay, okay, okay, we get it: church attendance is declining in America. Millennials are leaving the church in droves. Boomers find the paradox of their liberal lifestyles and their conservative values in too much tension to live as potential hypocrites. Xers need to do, and […]

Creation Care Podcast! Oil Spill Thoughts!

In this podcast Josh grabs another round table podcast with the likes of Julie Clawson, Ben Lowe, and Tom Sine. The four of them discuss the (lack of a) Christian response to the oil spill in the gulf of Mexico as well as other issues facing the American Christianity’s move towards more active caring for […]