In June 1995, I found myself hanging out with Moby in the back of his tour bus, parked outside of First Avenue in downtown Minneapolis. He was in the middle of his headlining tour for Everything Is Wrong, which was […]
This is what I said in my endorsement of Mike Stavlund’s new grief memoir, “A Force of Will,” available now from Amazon.
In 2013, I’m reaching for something much more simple, something more practical — transition, or, adjustment, or perhaps adaptation.
With the help of my friend and business partner Phil Shepherd, I launched a new media company a couple of weeks ago called Sogo. Sogo is a new kind of Christian television network … on YouTube!
I realize I’m a very unlikely defender of Billy Graham’s legacy, but here’s why I’m speaking out.
I’ve spent some time over the past week, since Wild Goose Festival 2012 ended, trying to capture all of the words and photos and videos and reflections on what was a powerful experience for so many of us.
This year the Wild Goose Festival schedule has been posted online well in advance of the event itself, and I’ve gone through and mercilessly planned out how I’m going to spend my days.
Father Richard Rohr says, “Some are calling theology right now ‘a turn toward participation.’ … And this is happening in all of our groups.”
I can’t wait for the Christian knock-offs of the “50 Shades of Grey” books. Possible titles? Here’s my suggestion!
One of the items on my personal bucket list is to participate in an Amahoro Africa gathering one of these years.