What happens when you spend three years living nomadically, working in festivals across the US, UK and Czechia, and hanging out with Rubber Tramps, hippies, Dirty Kids, and assorted not-even-trying-to-be-ne’r-do-wells? A book of Road Tramp Theology. That’s what happens. The gospel is a tramp. It has wanderlust, and lives on the road. It stops for … More New Book! Love Big or Go Home: the inherent nomadic nature of the gospel
I live in Salem, Massachusetts. We have 31 days of Halloween in Salem. I have been here for 20 years. I pastored a church in town for almost 18 of those years. This means that I have effectively experienced 600 years of Halloween. We have had teams of people from chruches around the US and … More Christians and Halloween: Help! What do I do?!
This is week number three in the UK mission. I have been volunteering in three separate festivals over the the three weeks. My hours have been crazy. The time I spend talking with people, developing friendships, and discussing spirituality has been going at a relentless pace. I spent time with the homeless in Wrecsam, North … More Make where you go a better place