This week’s guest is Drew. Drew grew up as a Missionary Kid and has traveled to nearly every continent and all across the United States. Drew spent years of his life evangelizing and serving others through construction, farming and carpentry.
Drew has since left mainstream evangelicalism, with its exclusivity and supremacy culture, but he is still using the tools he developed. He and his family serve their local community right in the Bible Belt with a market, concerts, a community center and so much more!
Humans don’t need a supernatural being to come to our rescue. We need one another. We need each other’s abilities and companionship. Drew and his family are changing the future by building intentional community right where they are.
“Everybody who doesn’t know Christ is going to hell? That didn’t sit right with me from a very early age…”
“I was growing more and more uncertain about my certainty.”
“Here was someone I knew…and here they’d had this radical transformation that didn’t involve Jesus at all.”
“I had a lot of hope for this [Christian community], that they were a group of people who had avoided the exclusivist issues within Christianity and were able to do the ‘love your neighbor’ thing.”
“…supremacy thinking is endemic. It’s part of the whole thing.”
“This gigantic ship of Christianity—it’s going down. You can rearrange the deck chairs, but it’s sinking.”
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