WE'RE TAKING THIS CONVERSATION ON THE ROAD
When Jesus finally wrecks us, we aren't typically at Epcot or J.Crew or Whole Foods. We’re usually at our worst. Maybe in a place we hoped we wouldn’t be found. The Dingy Motel Road Tour is about stripping away the finery of filters. The Instagram highlight reel. The gilded altar. The acrylic paint. It’s about eye-opening dialogue in places whose walls have forgotten more about desperation than we’ll ever know.
Watch the premiere of the #DingyMotelRoadTour. Our first conversation takes us to Los Angeles with "Science Mike" from The Liturgists Podcast. He shares how his journey to discover faith actually led him away from it.
Join us for the continuation of the #DingyMotelRoadTour as we pull up to the table with our favorite "Hillbilly Pentecostal". We discuss despair, disillusionment, and how the church can allow people to walk this journey out and still be in community.
Join us for our next stop on the #DingyMotelRoadTour as we meet up with David Gungor from The Brilliance while on tour in Raleigh, NC. We discuss the topic of "language" in the evangelical community. Is the church ready for the conversation that is coming?
The #DingyMotelRoadTour recently caught up with the one and only Todd Bentley. We talked about everything from bad bikers to soft sheep. Say what you will of him, but one thing's for sure: the man believes in encounters.
When Dave Hickman hit us with the claim that Jesus never came to be close to us, it undoubtedly raised some eyebrows. But then he reminded us of that all-too-overlooked command in John 15, and everything changed… Join us for Round 2 as the #DingyMotelRoadTour continues.
It’s a scenario often contemplated, but when Brady Toops made the observation that a 21st-Century Jesus would probably “upend” the modern idea of Christian expression, it seemed to take on a new truth.
The underlying theme of our latest #DingyMotelRoadTour interview with Josh White is his persistence in pointing to a particular figure in history. Everything calls back to it. And it's a question that has shaped the better part of his life...
Casey Marvin’s thoughts on running a business might surprise you. When advised to keep his employees at a distance, he pulled them closer. The owner of Veritas Guitars believes relationships are everything. In this week’s #DingyMotelRoadTour companion article, we take a closer look at a lost art.
The Dingy Motel Road Tour is never shy about turning a phrase, but if there's one thing we've learned on this long and strange journey, it's that terminologies previously used to describe dusty old traditions are finding their way back into the modern ethos ... in a somewhat alarming way. Find out more on this week's #DingyMotelRoadTour with Gabriel Wilson and David Staley of Rogue Music Alliance [RMA].
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