We are a society driven by individual curation. Just last week Spotify announced a new throwback playlist, created for every user based on their current favorite songs. Whether it’s a music playlist or your morning coffee or your daily news, everything is built around your preferences and interests.
2 years ago I had lunch with Brett McCracken and he shared with me about stepping into leadership at a church that he originally didn’t even like that much. It was foreign to all his previous church experiences, and ultimately that’s why he and his wife Kira decided to call that church home—because it pushed against their preferences.
Today’s episode features Brett and me talking about that church experience, as well as some of his writing as a film critic, and being a Christian in the age of Trump.
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You can pick up a copy of Brett McCracken’s new book Uncomfortable here.
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