We continue our series on power and in this episode we have a fascinating conversation Keith Giles about his experience in breaking cultural power norms by using a house church model that allows people to “bring what they have” and challenges the normal “person in charge” mentality.
Keith Giles is a former pastor who left pulpit ministry over a decade ago to experiment with new ways to practice ministry that upended old scripts about power and control. He is co-host of the Heretic Happy Hour Podcast.
Some links from this episode:
- Follow Keith on Twitter
- Keith’s book Jesus Unbound: Liberating the Word of God From the Bible
- Keith’s book Jesus Untangled: Crucifying Our Politics to Pledge Allegiance to the Lamb
- Read Keith’s blog
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