Columbian born Jo Luehmann is bringing her liberation driven, decolonization challenge to the Wild Goose. She’s becoming one of the most frequently referenced thought-leaders in the faith world and is in huge demand, especially across the podcast platform.
Racquel Gill is widely recognized for her preaching in gatherings large and small, urban and rural, and now she comes to preach, and more, at the Wild Goose. “Racquel can preach,” says Otis Moss III – need we say more!
Popular TED Talk speaker and Wild Goose favorite, Paula Stone Williams, returns on the crest of a huge wave created by her “audacious, gripping, and profoundly real” memoir, As a Woman: What I Learned About Power, Sex, and the Patriarchy After I Transitioned
Preacher’s Kid by Semler“explores faith and church life through a queer lens — everything from the meaning of the gospel and activism, to what really happens in youth group.” (NPR) The song went to #1 on the CCM charts – an affirmation for many, but a shock for others. And there’s so much more to come.
Red Dirt Boys, the name Emmylou Harris gave to her back up band made up of Chris Donohue, Will Kimbrough, Phil Madeira, and Bryan Owings, returns by popular demand. Phil Madeira knows and loves the Wild Goose and this will be another great0020gathering!