November 2018


Join us for a little more of our conversation with Michael Whitaker, where he shares a remarkable story of God-induced serendipity during his pilgrimage, which prominently involves a turkey leg.

Also, there are only *48* hours left in our Patreon campaign, so if you’d like to hear more conversations from us in 2019, click on and pledge today!

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier is sponsored by Path1.

Join us for a conversation with United Methodist church planter Michael Whitaker, as he shares about his experience going on pilgrimage to twenty new churches in two months. Hear him share about the generosity of the people he met, the fear and excitement of the church planting journey, the importance of the Wesleyan Covenant prayer, and why it’s important to hold onto the church planting experience lightly.

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Reports From the Spiritual Frontier is sponsored by Path1.

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I’m working right now to make the season four of my podcast a reality; and I’d like your help. Help get our 2019 season of the podcast off the ground, and to thank you for your support, I’ll shout your name on an episode, you can get exclusive access to rough-cut episodes before they come out, be part of an annual Reports-insider group chat where you can ask me questions, or even get a one hour Skype conversation with me.

We will be running this campaign for only *two* weeks, so if you’re interested in hearing more from us next year, now is the time to step up. Pledges start at only $1/month and you can find us at the link below!

Join us for a conversation with Wendy Hudson-Jacoby, pastor of Two Rivers Church in Charleston, South Carolina, as she shares with us about the freedom of being a truth-telling church. Hear her talk about what drew her to this ministry, the ghosts of Charlestown, what it means to be a visibly anti-racist and inclusive church, and her vision for a series of neighborhood-based churches that can become homes for those with no spiritual home.

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Reports from the Spiritual Frontier is sponsored by Path1.

Join us for a conversation with Andrea Lingle of the Missional Wisdom Foundation, as she shares about how conflict can be a means of grace. Hear her share about how true community can be exhausting, what it means to thirst for righteousness rather than thirst for rightness, and first steps that communities can take to have conversations that convey both moral clarity and grace. Hear her also share about Missional Wisdom’s new book: Rooted in Grace, which is a practical primer for communities looking to have these type of difficult, grace-filled conversations.

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