The following is an excerpt from Radical Grace by S.T. Kimbrough. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Lessons Learned from Charles Wesley and S T Kimbrough, Jr. Methodism, in the beginning a movement among “the not well off,” became the exemplification of bourgeois Christianity. […]
With the gifts of the magi and the looting of the capitol, we experienced two contrasting Epiphanies this week — one in sacred time, the other quite ‘profane.’ Yet they might lead us each to a similar place of sacred pause: to dreams, signs in the heavens, intuitive gifts and obedience to magic — keeping […]
A conversation on mysticism, crisis, and the future(s) of Christianity with Carl McColman, Cassidy Dale, and Kevin Johnson.
I recently sat down (virtually speaking) with my dear friend Rebekah Berndt. I’ve known Rebekah since our ’emerging church’ days, and I’m always inspired by what she’s up to. In this dialogue, we do a deep-dive on where her spiritual and life’s journey has taken her. I’m guessing that you’ll be both challenged and encouraged […]
The following is an excerpt from We Love You, But You’re Going to Hell by Kim O’Reilly. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Coming Out to Myself My process was not overnight. It was deeply personal and spiritual. In fact, I had for some time been looking […]