We recently invited the beloved listener to Nottingham for Nomad’s first offline get-together. It was a splendid weekend of conversation, interviews, music, food and drink. And we recorded some of it for you. First up is a Q&A we did on the Friday night, where David Benjamin Blower asked us about the Nomad story and what impact the last few years of podcasting has had on our faith. Personally, I think we’re much better at interviewing people than we are at being interviewed, but nevertheless I hope you enjoy the podcast!


Images by Chris Donald & Dave Fry. Used with permission.


Image by Elysia Willis. Used with permission.


QUOTES

“It was actually the listener really that forced us to re-examine our faith and as we did re-examine our faith, it all started to change.”

“Every generation has to doubt, we have to question, we have to look at what we’ve inherited and see if it’s helping us to love God and love our neighbour as we love ourselves.”

 “I think I see faith now more as trust so that even though I might not be sure about what I believe and what I don’t, I trust God, I trust that God looks like Jesus and I want to follow him even if I’m not sure about the kind of doctrine I’ve inherited.”

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  1. Kim Shorley Apr 21, 2017

    Hi Guys

    Thanks for the podcast, I was saddened not to be able to attend but hope that you were encouraged and are planning more.

    In regards to your thoughts over diversity, have you considered contacting the Reverend Inderjit Bhogal, I am sure that his thoughts and conversations would be insightful to the Nomad journeying.

    • Hi Kim. Yeah, we are hoping to do more (I think). We’ll keep you posted!
      Thanks for letting us know about Inderjit Bhogal. Someone else mentioned him a while back, so we’ll definitely chase him up at some point!
      Tim

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