- — Amy Sullivan (@sullivanamy)Tue, Nov 05 2013 12:49:12
- — Jessica Church (@j_r_church)Tue, Nov 05 2013 19:38:20
- — Amy Butler (@PastorAmyDC)Tue, Nov 05 2013 20:38:06
- — Allyson Robinson (@allysonrobinson)Wed, Nov 06 2013 00:57:33
- — Melanie Mullen (@MissionRVA)Wed, Nov 06 2013 00:51:45When people who "looked like your parents" came to House, how did you use their gifts (beyond just tolerating their presence)#nadiaandamy
- — Registered Runaway (@Runaway_Writes)Wed, Nov 06 2013 01:29:23
- — Gianni Scarusofer (@moderndisease)Wed, Nov 06 2013 00:55:06#nadiaandamy how literally do you take scripture and what do you do when you would rather take it as metaphor?
- — Chelsen Vicari (@ChelsenVicari)Wed, Nov 06 2013 01:06:14Nadia, what role does the church's social witness play in contentious social issues like abortion and marriage? #NadiaAndAmy
- — Michelle Harris-Love (@mlharrislove)Tue, Nov 05 2013 23:32:12
- — Shannon Stewart (@shannonstewart8)Tue, Nov 05 2013 23:37:10#NadiaAndAmy Why it is that most churches are either "ignorance on fire" or "intelligence on ice?" I'm rolling my eyes or bored to tears.
- — Dottie Yunger (@dcyunger)Wed, Nov 06 2013 00:09:59What do you think of passing an offering plate in worship? Important ritual or unwelcoming habit we should let go of? #NadiaAndAmy
Innovating Tradition: A Conversation Between Two Urban Pastors
November 5, 2013, conversation between Nadia Bolz-Weber of House for All Sinners and Saints (ELCA) in Denver, CO, and Amy Butler of Calvary Baptist Church, Washington, DC. Moderated by Amy Sullivan of The National Journal, with comments by Allyson Robinson, activist