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Dustin Bagby

Dustin Bagby has been a pastor in The Evergreen Community in Portland, OR for the last 8 years. Previously he helped to plant a church in NYC where he also performed stand-up comedy at many of New York’s great comedy clubs. He is passionate about beer brewing and serves on the board of directors for Ex Novo Brewing Company; the … Read More

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Jim Pace

Jim has been a pastor on staff with NLCF, in Blacksburg, VA, since 1996. He and his wife Tracy have been married since 1995 and they have three kids: Noah, Seth, and Emma. He recieved his Bachelor’s from Virginia Tech in Psychology and Sociology. He is currently pursuing his M. Div at Leland and plans to get his Doctorate. Jim … Read More

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Brian Zahnd

Brian Zahnd is the founder and lead pastor of Word of Life Church, a non-denominational congregation in St. Joseph, Missouri. Brian is also the author of several books, including A Farewell To Mars and Beauty Will Save the World. Follow @brianzahnd Books The Cross and the Lynching Tree | by James ConeBrazos Theological CommentaryNT Wright For Everyone CommentariesNew International Commentary … Read More

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Meaghan Good

Meghan Good is the pastor of Albany Mennonite Church and a frequent guest preacher and speaker around such topics as hermeneutics, emerging Anabaptism, and how to teach the Bible without putting people to sleep. Her blog Mud Pie God gets down and dirty with Scripture you didn’t read in Sunday School. In her spare time, Meghan works with a local … Read More

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Wade Hodges

Wade is the Senior Minister for the Preston Road Church of Christ in Dallas. He attended Abilene Christian University where he earned degrees in Communication and Christian Ministry. He’s served churches in Bellingham, Washington; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Austin, Texas. He’s the author of Train for Something Greater: An Athlete’s Guide to Spiritual Fitness. He’s married to Heather. They have two … Read More

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Stephen Witmer

Stephen Witmer has pastored Pepperell Christian Fellowship for 7 years. Of all the interviews so far, I believe he’s the first to say he jumps right back in to do some preliminary work on Sunday afternoon while his mind is still racing from that morning’s sermon. He also offers us some helpful insight on preaching from the fictional John Ames. … Read More

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