Last year, my absolute favorite event of the year was The Praxis Conference. Along with getting stretched (by learning from brilliant voices) and inspired (by meeting some fascinating people), those three days in Tulsa were deeply moving. Here’s why: They showed me that I wasn’t alone. In fact, I met people from all over the country and world who were asking and struggling with similar questions. I can’t begin to tell you how moving and healing it was.
In exactly a month, Praxis is meeting again in Houston, and you should join us. If you’re interested in the intersection of liturgy and the contemporary church, you should join us. If you believe that the future of Christianity must be ecumenical rather than ghettoed, you should join us. If you are an Evangelical and believe our tradition is wonderful but a bit too thin, you should join us. If you love the music of The Brilliance, you should join us.
I can’t wait to attend and learn as much as possible. And I’m really looking forward to participating. (Father Michael and I get to partner in a couple of sessions.) Take a moment to look through the “What is Praxis?” page and check out the themes and speakers. They are packing a ton of goodness into two days.
See you there?