If you follow such developments, you may have seen the Christianity Today interview with Jennifer Knapp in which she discussed her return to music, her faith, and her homosexuality.
I want to spend a little bit of time looking back at Cornerstone 2009, as I try to do each year on this blog.
Cornerstone Festival is approaching quickly, and I just realized I hadn't written up a schedule.
I got an email recently that was advertising a Christian version of iTunes. It described itself like this:
Since the latter part of the 20th century, one of the things that has been common in all developed countries and the vast majority of developing countries is the presence of an underground culture, or subculture.
If you were interested in this sort of thing, you could boil a person like me down to a list of descriptive terms.
Once again, I'd like to present some initial thoughts stemming from our trip to Cornerstone Festival.
A friend of ours that we camp with at Cornerstone recently posted his tentative schedule for this year (being aware that the schedule will change).
Jonathan Stegall is a web designer and emergent / emerging follower of Jesus currently living in Atlanta, seeking to abide in the creative tension between theology, spirituality, design, and justice.
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