Radical Christianity and New Monasticism are exciting movements of the faith. But can they be applied to “ordinary” contexts like the suburbs, child-rearing and hectic schedules? Sarah Arthur and Erin Wasinger seek to find out as they spend a year doing one intentional practice each month. What they find out is refreshing and freeing for those who seek to serve Christ’s Kingdom in deeper ways but wonder if they have room to do it.
You can listen to Noah Filipiak’s “Behind the Curtain” Podcast interview with Erin and Sarah on the Podbean Player below or you can subscribe to all “Behind the Curtain” Ministry Podcast episodes on iTunes.
Buy the book: The Year of Small Things: Radical Faith for the Rest of Us (Forward by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, Brazos Press)
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