Thoughts and Such
Once upon a time, long before we thought about podcasting, we blogged about being millennial Pastors!
It stemmed from the book that this website shares a name with. So, here is our blogroll archive in all of its glory.
… and if you couldn’t figure it out, we are making a joke about boomers being bloggers because all millennials have podcacts and blogs are outdated…
#Blessed #Hashtag #ItStartedAsABook
On this past weeks episode of our podcast we got to know Jen and Jonny Blake! These two co-pastors a church in Edmonton, Canada. Be sure to go listen to their episode and get to know them a little better in their guest post!
I’ve spent my entire life in the church and I’ve been disappointed by it many times. I know what it’s like to be loved by a church community—and also to be rejected by one when they find out stuff about you they don’t like. I know what it’s like to see the church change.
Alicia is a single, female, millennial pastor. She might as well be a unicorn which makes her perspective invaluable to the church. Read more of her story she shares how she is living out her calling!
We’re a church, just not quite like you’re used to – A guest post by Sophie Callahan, Pastor @ The Possibility Project
As you may have heard on the podcast, Sophie shares more on her pastorate, her church and her general thoughts on living out a Christian ethic. In this post she shares some of her efforts in reimagining the church body as well as her efforts in living out a Christian ethic, especially in the area of consumerism.
Since writing the book The Millennial Pastor a lot has happened in my life. I shared it with the world a year ago, and it has been an education. I have learned and grown so much from this experience. I have also received quite a response to my story. Not all of it has been good, in fact, the label “blasphemer” may have been used at one point, but the good has outweighed the bad. This, the good, is something I would like to share, its the good I see in how the established church has responded to me, a millennial pastor.
Hear from Chuck, our latest guest on the Millennial Pastor Podcast. Chuck talks about how he was welcomed to the family of God because a church was willing to be inclusive instead of exclusive in how the loved their neighbor. Chuck, now a pastor, has let that shape how he works towards a more inclusive church that does the hard work of loving well.
The Church and Pop-culture have had a tumultuous relationship at the best of times. Here a young millennial pastor speaks to how he tried redeeming the relationship between these two by pointing out the truths both profess. If you haven’t heard the podcast, be sure to check it out after you read a little of Matt’s take on meaningful engagement with pop culture.
Letiah was our latest guest on the Millennial Pastor podcast. On it, she talked about issues of race, of her work in social justice and she even shared some of the struggles she faces being a physically disabled pastor. In this post, she shares more of her story! You need to read it!!
If you listened to our last podcast, you heard from our guest Ryan. He talked about In-n-out, being a father, a veteran and how he approaches ministry. Hear a little more from him be reading more!
It has been a while... If you didn't know, we have been recording a podcast. You can find it under our menu (top left) by clicking "listen." We also thought we would try a little something new to go along with our podcast. We wanted to give our guests more of an...
This post might trigger you, you might get mad, maybe you won't... I honestly don't know anymore. The world is weird ya'll, and church folks are being all kinds of unpredictable. But First, a Word From Our Sponsors I wrote a book, which is why I have this website,...
Hey guys... It has been a while since I gave a book update. Also, I wanted to share some results on the poll I created and let you know what is in store for the Millennial Pastors future. The Book Right now I don't know much and it is kind of weird. I don't know how...