Tag Archives: Interviews

On Toronto’s Sidewalks: A Spirituality of Place and the Built Environment

This is a re-post of the original interview, posted on April 16, 2013 by Laura Merzig Fabrycky Born in Finland and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Heikki Walden is a residential real estate agent in Toronto who blogs at City Positive, where … more »

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Moving Into the Greater Desires: An Interview with Jen Pollock Michel

For the Missio Lent series, TWI’s Laura Fabrycky spoke recently with Jen Pollock Michel about her book, Teach Us to Want (IVP, 2014). Jen Pollock Michael is a writer, speaker, and mother of five. She writes regularly for Her.meneutics.com and … more »

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An Interview with Terry Timm: Vocation and the Worshipping Church

Editor’s Note: Missio had the opportunity to interview Terry Timm, pastor of Christ Community Church of the South Hills, about how the church is embodying the mission of God in Pittsburgh and their approach to vocational formation within their community. Adam … more »

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The Resurrection and Good Funerals: An Interview with Mark Higgins

For Holy Week, Missio interviewed Mark Higgins, President of Hall-Wynne Funeral Service & Crematory in Durham, NC on his work as funeral director and the theology and practices of good funerals. Given that this week we remember the death and … more »

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From Efficacy to Fidelity: An Interview with Tyler Wigg-Stevenson

Tyler Wigg-Stevenson talks with TWI’s Missio about his book, The World is Not Ours to Save; the future of the Two Futures Project, and his assessment of nuclear politics today; and on the concept of vocation: “The New Testament asks of us . . . how are you what you are?” more »

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Sounds of Christmas: An Interview with Wen Reagan

Wen Reagan is a doctoral candidate at Duke University where he is finishing a dissertation on the cultural history of contemporary worship music in America. He also serves as the music director at Christ Community Church in Chapel Hill, NC … more »

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Benefit of the Doubt: An Interview with Greg Boyd

Gregory Boyd is Senior Pastor of Woodland Hills Church and President of ReKnew. We talked about his recent book Benefit of the Doubt: Breaking the Idol of Certainty. This conversation has been edited for print. Adam Joyce: Tell me about why … more »

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Playing God: An Interview with Andy Crouch [Part 2 of 2]

Missio continues its conversation with Andy Crouch about his new book, Playing God (IVP, 2013), on the vocation of prophecy, zombie institutions, kenosis, and forgiveness. The first part of this interview can be found here. TWI: Let’s talk about the vocation … more »

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Playing God: An Interview with Andy Crouch [Part 1 of 2]

Andy Crouch, executive editor of Christianity Today, met up with TWI’s Missio in Washington, D.C.’s Union Station to talk about his new book, Playing God, on the morning after giving a talk for The Trinity Forum, followed by a response … more »

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Well Grounded: A Barista’s Thoughts on Faith and Starbucks

Adam Singleton, 27, has worked at the Starbucks Coffee Corporation for five years. For the past four he has been a shift supervisor. His work includes organizing, planning, and problem-solving within the standards and daily routine that come with working … more »

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