29 episodes

A Christian Exploration of Contemporary Intentional Communities

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A Christian Exploration of Contemporary Intentional Communities

    Episode 29—Scott Bessenecker: New Wine, New Wineskins, New Frairs

    Episode 29—Scott Bessenecker: New Wine, New Wineskins, New Frairs

    Scott Bessenecker is Assistant Director of Missions for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an interdenominational university student ministry, and has been involved with InterVarsity’s overseas mission projects since 1986. He has written numerous articles for publications such as RELEVANT and Mission Maker magazines, and is the author of New Friars; How to Inherit the Earth; and editor of Living Mission. Inspired by folks like Viv […]

    Episode 28—David Janzen of Reba Place Fellowship: Nurturing Communities Old and New

    Episode 28—David Janzen of Reba Place Fellowship: Nurturing Communities Old and New

    David Janzen’s experience in Christian intentional community spans the greater part of four decades. In the early ‘70s, David and his family helped found New Creation Fellowship in Newton, Kansas. In 1984, they moved to Reba Place Fellowship, an urban, income-sharing community founded in 1957 in Evanston, Illinois, affiliated with Mennonite Church USA. Since coming to Reba […]

    Episode 27—Laird Schaub and Ma’ikwe Schaub Ludwig: Community and Emotions

    Episode 27—Laird Schaub and Ma’ikwe Schaub Ludwig: Community and Emotions

    Laird Schaub (community and consensus blog) and Ma’ikwe Schaub Ludwig (www.maikwe.net) are members of neighboring Sandhill Farm and Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, respectively, in Rutledge, Missouri. Laird co-founded Sandhill Farm in 1974 as an egalitarian, income-sharing farming community, and is one of the creators and current administrator of the Fellowship for Intentional Community, an organization committed to nurturing […]

    Episode 26—Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove of Rutba House: Family Economics in the Household of God

    Episode 26—Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove of Rutba House: Family Economics in the Household of God

    Imagine Benedictine monasteries hosting conferences and providing help to lay people looking to incorporate monastic values and practices into their lives. Nothing new, you say. People have been flocking to such monasteries, especially over the past couple of decades, gleaning wisdom and guidance on contemplative prayer, Lectio Divina, liturgy of the hours, and other portable practices. For now, though, […]

    Episode 25—Michael Lautieri, OCSO: Bridging the Gap, Monasticism Old and New

    Episode 25—Michael Lautieri, OCSO: Bridging the Gap, Monasticism Old and New

    Having just come from Koinonia Farm and gleaned from conversations there that, among some in the New Monasticism movement, there is a growing interest in connecting more deeply with the classic monastic tradition, I was eager to bring “old-school” monastics into the conversation. Here I speak with Cistercian monk Michael Lautieri, OCSO, current vocation director […]

    Episode 24—Brendan Prendergast: Permaculture Design at Koinonia Farm

    Episode 24—Brendan Prendergast: Permaculture Design at Koinonia Farm

    “I don’t know whether you’ve ever walked over a piece of ground that could almost cry out to you and say, ‘Heal me, heal me!’ I don’t know whether you feel the closeness to the soil that I do. But when you fill in those old gullies and terrace the fields and you begin to feel […]

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edvol ,

Great Podcast

This is a great podcast! More in depth than just some sort of cursory blurb that one is more likely, but still probably wont, run into. Keep them coming!!

brockmon ,

engaging

Julian is a great interviewer with personality, humor, and incisive questions for his knowledgeable guests. Glad he's on the road!

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