Episode 006 // Casey And C. Christopher Smith Talk About How Reading and Conversation Can Rescue Our Communities
Today our guest is C. Christopher Smith, a member of Englewood Christian Church in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. He is the editor of the Englewood Review of Books and is the author of Slow Church (co-authored with John Pattison), Reading For the Common Good, and the upcoming book on conversations called How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church. (*I grabbed the title post-episode, FYI)
Check out his Amazon Author Page here.
Christopher and his family live in Indianapolis, IN. You can engage with him on Facebook and Twitter as well.
Recommendations/mentions in this week's episode:
- Faithful Presence: 7 Disciplines that Shape the Church for Mission, David Fitch
- The work of Jean Vanier in books like this and through the L'Arche Communities he founded.
- Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone, Brene Brown
- Adopted: The Sacrament of Belonging In a Fractured World, Kelly Nikondeha
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