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Popping Collars #71: the Sacred and Profane

Popping Collars #71: the Sacred and Profane

Greg, Liz, and Ricardo welcome special guest Jordan Haynie Ware to talk about how we use pop culture in our ministries. What insights can pop culture give the Church and what lessons can the Church teach about how we make meaning of the world around us?



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Bert Anderson

I’ll be listening to this discussion again. Good stuff for a retired priest/writer of a book on how to grow congregations. I wish that the names of people speaking were spelled out in regular type in the written introduction and I would also like the name of the book written by one of the discussants so that maybe I could actually buy it.

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