Worshipping during a pandemic
Working from home during a pandemic isolates you from your friends, your family and your community. If you’re a spiritual leader, how do you keep your flock thriving?
Mike Moses is founder and lead pastor of Lake Forest Church, a self-described rock ’n roll congregation.
Raised in Greensboro, North Carolina, where the first lunch-counter sit-in occurred, he was in Los Angeles during the 1992 Rodney King verdict riots. That shaped a lot of his work and his focus on social justice.
From Chris Rock to Coldplay, from Christianity to the Quran, from kids to coffee, we cover a wide range of topics. Mike gives us some interesting ideas about how to make work life at home more productive and fulfilling. (And fun.)
Stuff we talk about:
- Hurricane Dorian in The Bahamas
- The 1992 Rodney King Verdict riots
- Jammr.net (an online music jam session system)
- Jamkazam (another online music jam session system)
- Greensboro, North Carolina, lunch counter history
- Coldplay — “Low” (the song Mike refers to)
- Chris Rock: That Ain’t Right from “Head of State”
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