Guest Info/Bio:

Welcome to 2020! We now live in the future! To kick the year off we welcome back one of our favorites guests, Dr. Jacquline Bussie! We talk about her wonderful book “Outlaw Christian” and why we need to stop apologizing for our tears.

Dr. Bussie is an award-winning author, professor, theologian, public speaker, and student of life in all its messy beauty. Her books include “Love without Limits (2018) and “Outlaw Christian” (2016), which won the 2017 Gold Medal Illumination Award for Christian Living. Jacqueline teaches religion, theology, and interfaith studies classes at Concordia College in Moorehead, Minnesota, where she also serves as the Director of the Forum on Faith and Life.

Guest Social Media:

www.jacquelinebussie.com

Twitter: @jacquelinebussie

Instagram: @jbussie

Facebook: @jacqueline.bussie

Special Music By:

Family & Friends

www.familyandfriendsband.com

Twitter: @famandpals

Instagram: @familyandfriendstagram

Facebook: @familyandfriends

Bandcamp: www.familyandfriends.bandcamp.com

Enjoy the music?

Songs heard on this episode were: “Family and Friends” from the album, Love You Mean It. “Hold on to Your Love”, “Winding Roads”, and “PRSM” from the album, Felix Culpa.

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