Religion & Spirituality
Sorry for the one-day delay, folks! Life happens and time is not constant, so there it is. And here it is.
Fortunately, I think the wait is worth it, because my guest is my friend Christian Schmidt, a great minister, a good friend, and a really insightful guy - even if he did call something "very unique." In this podcast, we talked about co-ministry, sermon length, the festival of homiletics, his love of James Luther Adams, and language choices.
The Rev. Christian Schmidt is, with his wife Kristin, one of the senior co-ministers of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, and lives in nearby Pinole, CA. He’s a father, husband, native Texan, singer, football fan, and devotee of barbecue, not necessarily in that order. He’s convinced it’s better to preach for 15 minutes than 25, and nothing you can say will change his mind on this. This is his first-ever appearance on a podcast.
S01E17 - Kimberley Debus and Putting It Together
S01E16 - Aaron White and Remembering Job Is Here
S01E15 - theresa rohlck and a Sense of Balance
S01E14 - DeReau Farrar and Inching Toward Humility
S01E13 - Beth Norton and the Sound of Vulnerability
S01E12 - Matt Meyer and the Speed of Trust
S01E11 - Jason Shelton and the Liturgical Imagination
S01E09 - Joanna Fontaine Crawford and the Whole Church
S01E08 - Madelyn Campbell and the Story on our Lips
S01E07 - Tim Atkins and a Time for ALL Ages
S01E06 - Erika Hewitt and Tending the Energy
S01E05 - Gretchen Haley and Breaking Through Expectations
S01E04 - Glen Thomas Rideout and Unlocking the Spirit
S01E03 - Suzanne Fast and Knowing Why We're Here
S01E02: Karen G. Johnston and Getting Below It
S01E01: Michael Tino and Bringing the Outside In
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