Aaron Niequist joins me to launch Season 2 of the Betwixt Podcast!
In this episode, Aaron and I share a really beautiful conversation about how practice-based faith draws us into spaces that are ripe for transformation.
Aaron is a liturgist, writer, and pastor. After leading worship at two of America’s largest mega churches, Aaron began to re-imagine what a discipleship-focused, contemplative, practice-based community might look like, and so he began The Practice - an experimental gathering in the Willow Creek Chapel.
Aaron is the author of the new book called The Eternal Current: How a Practice-Based Faith Can Save Us from Drowning. He’s also the creator of A New Liturgy - a collection of modern liturgical worship recordings, which you will get to hear throughout this episode.
“Jesus did not say, ‘Here is the truth. Believe it.’
He said, ‘I am the truth. Follow me.’
The invitation is participation.”
Special thanks to Aaron Niequist for permission to feature music from A New Liturgy. These are the songs you hear in this episode: 1 God is Love, 8 Space to Pray, 10 Bless, 42 Forgiveness, 43 Here are My Hands, 11 Blessed to be a Blessing, 20 Emmanuel, 23 How Long
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If you enjoyed this episode, you might like:
Episode 10: Embracing Your Daughter’s Killer: The Freedom of Radical Forgiveness with Joel Kime
Episode 3: Walter Brueggemann on failed white domination and the door of hope!
** Originally posted at MissioAlliance.org