Wild Goose 2015 [LDT029]


Every summer, Christians from all over the US converge on the beautiful Appalachian village of Hot Springs, North rosa_lee_hardenCarolina for a weekend of Spirituality, Music, Art & Justice – The Wild Goose Festival.

You may have noticed that I’ve had a banner on the left side of every page of this website, leading to the Wild Goose website. I’m a regular at The Goose. This summer will be my fifth time (out of six). I work for The Goose, stage managing the main stage. Every year I have some of the most important experiences of my life and my faith, hanging out in what I sometimes call “a cross between Church Camp & Burning Man.”

This episode is an interview with Wild Goose’s executive director, Rosa Lee Harden. We talk about the history of the festival, the experience of being there, and the spirit that is unleashed every year. In this particular interview we also talk about the incredible music that will happen at this year’s Goose. (We’re planning another interview in May, to talk about the incredible list of speakers.)

If you would like to be immersed in a huge discussion of spirituality and responsibility, an enormous explosion of energy and joy, and an environment of inquiry and learning (and let’s not forget Beer & Hymns), please join us at The Wild Goose Festival this year.

SPECIAL OFFER:  Buy your tickets to Wild Goose 2015 within a week (by Wed. May 6, 2015) and use the offer code: LOVERS, and your ticket will be $165 (better than the Senior price).


Some links:

The Wild Goose Festivalwww.WildGooseFestival.org

In the interview Rosa Lee and I mention two books by Sara Miles:

Take this Bread: A Radical Conversion



City of God: Faith in the Streets
City of God: Faith in the Streets

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Click the covers to buy the books on Amazon and support Love In A Dangerous Time

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