Please go check out my interview with Phil Shepherd aka The Whiskey Preacher on Patheos.com:
No Longer Praying Out The Gay
Phil and I recently sat down and did interviews with each other in his home studio. Besides being a blogger, Phil and his wife Stephanie are co-pastors at The Eucatastrophe, an emergentish, missional faith community in Fort Worth, Texas.
If you missed it, you can catch my interview with Phil about living and ministering with chronic pain here:
First Ever Interview: Living in Chronic Pain with the Whiskey Preacher
“Every time I look for God amid sorrow, I always find Jesus at the cross, in death and resurrection. This is our God. Not a distant judge, nor a sadist. But a God who weeps. A God who suffers not only for us but with us. Nowhere is the presence of God more salient than on the cross. Therefore, what can I do but confess that this is not a God who causes suffering. This is a God who bears suffering. I need to believe that God does not initiate suffering. God transforms it.” – Nadia Bolz-Webber from Pastrix
Recently I was invited by Phil Shepherd aka The Whiskey Preacher to be the subject of an interview for his blog. Turn about being fair play, I asked if I could interview him for Word of a Woman.
In the last couple months Phil has been diagnosed with an auto-immune disease and is living with chronic pain.
Following is our discussion on living with that pain…
In the next day or two I will be posting the flip side of this video in which Phil talks to me about my personal evolution to becoming an LGBTQ ally.
Please look up Phil at:
Outlaw Theology on Patheos
Phil’s personal webpage