The 10th Annual Wild Goose Festival is off to a great start!

By March 1, 2020 March 15th, 2020 Goose News, Rollouts

Valerie Kaur’s challenging ask “What if this is not the darkness of the tomb but the darkness of the womb? What if the future is not dead but still waiting to be born?” will invigorate us and her new book, See No Stranger (release date, June 2020), will equip us for Revolutionary Love!

Michael Gungor leads an up-close and personal interactive Café session around his newest project, “Five Rhythms from Planet Moon,” an experimental ecstatic dance album – Can it get Goose-ier than that!

Diana Butler Bass, among the highest impact public theologians of our day, brings two of her incredible, high impact, former students to the Wild Goose
– Jennifer Harvey (Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation)
– and Reggie Williams (Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus: Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance).

Jim Wallis defines the public faith agenda like no one else. When Jim talks, he literally creates the common vocabulary for our contemporary faith conversations.


If you haven’t already watched AND bookmarked Valarie’s 2016 Watch Night Service message, do it now.

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