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Episode 28: Aisha Brooks-Lytle
Aisha describes The Common Place, a new ministry initiative she’s organizing in Southwest Philadelphia
Episode 27: T. Denise Anderson
Denise talks about her blog Soula Scriptura.
Episode 26: Jessica Tate
Jessica talks about her work with NEXT Church PC(USA)
Episode 25: Ben Johnston-Krase
Ben talks about Farm Church, a new worshiping community he’s working on.
Episode 24: Jill Duffield
Jill is the Editor of the Presbyterian Outlook
Episode 23: Mark Oestreicher
Marko talks about the science of adolescent development, coaching cohorts, and the Youth Cartel. Read Marko’s blog at whyismarko.com. Follow the Youth Cartel at theyouthcartel.com. Register for The Summit at theyouthcartel.com/events/the-summit-2015/. Read the National Geographic article on Teenage Brains here:ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2011/10/tee…/dobbs-text
Episode 22: Ashley Goff
Ashley talks about leading a liturgical die in and all the things that piss her off about worship. Read Ashley’s blog at http://www.godofthesparrow.com and read about Church of The Pilgrim’s worship planning process in a piece she wrote for Alban here. Also, watch a talk by Ashley’s favorite Anthropologist Robin Nagle here:
Episode 21: Derrick Weston
Episode 20: Patrick Heery
Episode 19: Erik Dailey
Episode 17: Libby Shannon
Libby is the Associate Director for The Center for Spiritual Life at Eckerd College in Florida. She’s a runner, but don’t you call her that.
Check out Libby’s running playlist, curated specially for YoRocko:
Episode 15: Landon Whitsitt
Landon is back in a no-intro, bare bones episode to discuss his work on an upcoming series of confirmation videos for Theocademy.
Episode 14: Tripp Fuller
Episode 13: Carol Howard Merritt
Episode 12: Bill Habicht
Bill is a “common good and social media conspirator” who pastors in Davis, California. His main project right now is Mosaic Tea And Coffee, a pay-it-forward social enterprise. Click here to visit Happy Cup, the roaster Mosaic will use. Also, check out one of the TED talks Bill has done.
Episode 11: Kile Jones
Episode 10: Murphy Daley
Murphy is the author of The Russian American School of Tomorrow, which she self-published last month. Click here to buy it. She blogs at writtenbymurphy.com. Click here to read more about Accelerated Christian Education.
Episode 9: Minda Schweizer
Episode 8: Brian Ellison
Episode 7: Mihee Kim-Kort
Episode 6: Aric Clark
Aric is the guy behind LectionAric, a YouTube series exploring the intersection of the Revised Common Lectionary texts and popular culture. He’s a blogger at Two Friars And A Fool, author of Never Pray Again, and a regular participant in the UnConference. Check out one of his LectionAric videos:
Episode 5: John Vest
John created the Progressive Youth Ministry conference last year, and next week he’s hosting it at his church, Fourth Presbyterian in Chicago, for the second time.
He’s working with the JoPa Group to put the conference on.
Read his blog–“Adventures in Post Christendom”– here.
Episode 4: Adam Walker Cleaveland
Bonus: Adam watched a lot of Draw Squad as a kid.
Episode 3: Marci Auld Glass
Marci is a pastor who protests, advocates, and testifies on behalf of LGBT people and women in Idaho.
Read her blog here.
Watch her Add The Words testimony before the Idaho House State Affairs Committee here
Read my favorite blog post of hers here.
Episode 2: Landon Whitsitt
Landon writes and records original music as Go To Sleep, John Darling.
Listen to his music on SoundCloud.
You can buy Go To Sleep, John Darling’s music on Bandcamp.
Like him on Facebook
He also blogs about music at Claptrack
Episode 1: Casey Wait Fitzgerald
Casey is a Biblical storyteller with a new podcast.
Listen to “Story Divine” here
Check out her blog, “Faith And Wonder”
Casey is a member of the Network of Biblical Storytellers
She’s a huge fan of Dennis Dewey