A Liminal Advent doesn’t allow me to glibly declare that after a certain amount of waiting God will come into our pain and heal it all.
A liminal Advent encourages and challenges us to experience togetherness with those not like us. Because we need each other. All the each others.
When we give ourselves the freedom to question during a liminal Advent, without expecting ready and complete answers, we may learn that our house isn’t entirely in order. But are we brave enough to confess such a thing?
What if we have forgotten, or perhaps never explored, the stuff of Advent beyond our established boundaries? What if a liminal Advent is more authentic?
In this episode of the Reimagining podcast, Brian Niece has a conversation with Tom Chappell Lewis, aka The Bar Chaplain, about the meaning and practice of presence.
In this episode of Season 2 of the Reimagining podcast, Brian Niece considers the differences between significance, success, and importance.
Backleading: A Poem. The prelude began on a Nashville night; The first movement ended on a Mississippi highway.
In the first episode of Season 2 of the Reimagining podcast, Brian Niece speaks frankly about what allegiance is, and raises questions about how to think differently regarding this current societal discussion.