They Love Jesus but not the Church: Session Three

I can honestly say that I’m truly looking forward to every session in this year’s conference. Session three is going to be a lot of fun! Dan Kimball has a great perspective on why many in this generation love Jesus, but not the church. A panel of phenomenal leaders will bring their unique perspectives to the issues Dan raises. Watch Nancy’s video and see who’s on the panel and why they are there. More than that, we want to hear what you are thinking. Shauna Niequist will be in the panel and will represent you. So give us your questions and comments on the blog when the session starts and Shauna will have the fun challenge or working them into the conversation with the panel. ☺

Is there anything you already know you would love to hear this great panel talk about?

Check out Dan Kimball’s responses to some questions we asked him last week.

Dan’s Responses.

Music: Who are you listening to these days?
Matisyahu - "No Place To Be"
Johnny Cash - "Ultimate Gospel"
The Smiths - "The Very Best of The Smiths"

Books: What are you reading
Live Fast, Die Young: The Wild Ride of Making Rebel Without a Cause by Lawrence Frascella and Al Weisel
The Leadership Challenge by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner
Protestant Worship and Church Architecture: Theological and Historical Considerations by James F. White
The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet by Eleanor Cameron (reading it to our daughters at their bedtime)

Movies, TV or DVD's: What are you watching? Or What do you recommend?
I have hardly watched any movies lately or television shows. So I can't think of anything off hand. I do think that the movie "Saved" is a good one to watch for all Christian leaders to see if there is any truth to what they portray in that movie. I just saw it on television last week, so it is on my mind.

People: Who would you like to have a cup of coffee with?
Bob Dylan, to ask him about the time period when he put out three very strong albums about his Christian faith and what he believes now
Madonna - and ask her about her spiritual beliefs
Criss Angel - and have him tell me how he does that levitation trick

Words from You: What is one thing you would say to artists and leaders who are just starting out in ministry?
Sounds cliche, but walk with God and the art and leadership will come from that.

What is one thing you would say to artists and leaders who have been involved in ministry a long time?
Same exact thing. Sounds cliché, but walk with God and the art and leadership will come from that.

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