Another fantastic breakout from NYC, this time courtesy of The Rev. Adam Morton. We should’ve posted it when we first had the chance…
Shaped By What You Love: Scottish Horror Stories, Sexy Sailboats, Soulful Cycles & Lemonade Cleanses
A hearty thank you to all who helped put on the event last weekend in Orange County, especially Nick Bogardus and the good people at Cross of Christ Church in Costa Mesa. What an amazing and hilarious time. The rundown of the evening was:
- An Introduction from Nick Bogardus
- Mike Cosper telling Stories of Scottish Corpses
- Jeff Mallinson Surfing the Tao (on a Sexy Sailboat)
- Yours truly on Foodie Cults and Fitness Fads
Here’s a taste, pun intended:
The audio files can be downloaded via the Recordings page and we’ll have the other videos for you on Friday.
All systems go for the next breakout video from our NYC Conference! This one was a real treat:
Another conference recording, this time from the amazing, master-plankeeper-meets-master-of-disaster, Stephanie Phillips.
Another stellar breakout from the NYC conference, courtesy of Rev. Lannon:
Hope you have a shovel handy cause here comes a treasure trove! This session from The Rev DJ JAZ in NYC was truly one of a kind. Legendary perhaps? You tell me:
If you’re in the OC, LA, SD, or any other part of SoCal, DZ will be out your way next month for the Shaped By What You Love event! Tickets are limited, get ’em quick before they run out. We’d love to see you there!
Second talk from NYC is ready to go! Here’s part one of Ted Peters’ wonderful presentation (mild glitchiness should be resolved soon):
If you’re sleepwalking into your Tuesday, this is exactly what you need. Here’s our first video from the New York Conference, from the Mexican Crackerbarrel herself.
As requested, here’s the list of books (and music), we had for sale up in NYC, along with a couple of selections that were heavily referenced in talks. Lots of overlap with the “Recommended Reading” list on our I’m New Here page, but what can you do.
Between Noon and Three: Romance, Law, and the Outrage of Grace. Robert Farrar Capon.
The Christian Life: Cross or Glory? Steven A. Hein.
Comfortable Words: Essays in Honor of Paul F.M. Zahl. Jady Koch and Todd Brewer.
The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ. Fleming Rutledge
Eden and Afterward: A Mockingbird Guide to Genesis. Will McDavid.
Grace in Practice: A Theology of…
A little self-referential praise never hurt, right? Grateful for this one from Sarah Denley Herrington.
Last week my husband and I were fortunate enough to attend Mockingbird’s ninth annual conference at St. George’s Church in New York City. We grew up in the South, were at one time New Yorkers (I use that title very liberally), and are now living back in Mississippi with our two young children.
The conference title, Relief: The Boldness of Grace in a World of Expectation, as usual, could not have been more apropos to my life and circumstances. I’m seven months pregnant…