SEASON 3, EPISODE 5: Faith At The Intersections (w/ Mitchell Anderson)

Episode Summary

Most of us have a box our concept of God fits in. If you’re like either of us SOS hosts, you grew up in the Evangelical church believing there was one way to follow God. Read your Bible. Pray. Go to church as often as possible. Be a straight, white, male… At least that would be a safe assumption if you took your cues from the vast majority of church leadership. We’re grateful for this conversation with Minister Mitchell Anderson, a Minister in the United Church. Mitchell has a deep and rich faith, informed by the ferocious love of God and the gentle voice of Jesus he discovered when at his lowest point. We talk about his faith and how its informed by him being both gay and Indigenous. Mitchell beautifully describes a God that is always reforming, is never static, and already at work in the world. Our job isn’t to lead, but to join in wherever that work is happening. Even if that means doing so outside our church walls. Listen up!

Faith At The Intersections (w/ Mitchell Anderson)

Episode Notes

You can find Mitchell Anderson on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

Read the article on Mitchell we mentioned during the episode in Eagle Feather News here.

Click to find out more about the United Church of Canada. Learn more about the apology given for their involvement with Residential Schools  here.

Visit Mitchell at St. Pauls United Church if you are ever in Saskatoon.

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