A "How-To" Guide for Pastors in Culture by Mike Cosper
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Our culture is so confused. And so are we. It's not just you or them. It's all of us. But we can move past the confusion and into a place of careful discernment. Redemptive Participation brings awareness to the shaping forces in our current culture and how to connect these dynamics with our teaching and practice.
Our ever-shifting culture has enormous challenges. And yet, for the discerning pastor (also a cultural participant) there are enormous opportunities for the gospel and the church to bear witness to the never-changing Savior.
Mike Cosper is a writer, speaker, and podcaster. In 2016, he founded Harbor Media, a media company serving Christians in a post-Christian world. He's the host of Cultivated: A Podcast about Faith and Work, and is developing The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, a podcast about faith and culture.
He's also the author of the forthcoming book, Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad. In 2017, he published Recapturing the Wonder: Transcendent Faith in a Disenchanted World (Intervarsity Press). His other books include Rhythms of Grace and The Stories We Tell (both published by Crossway Books).
Prior to launching Harbor Media, Mike served as one of the founding pastors at Sojourn Church in Louisville, Kentucky, where he still serves as an elder, and from which he launched Sojourn Music – a collective of musicians writing songs for the church.
He lives in Louisville, Kentucky with his wife, Sarah, and their daughters Dorothy and Maggie.