This one is extra special for me because Corey is not only a friend and a great person, leader, and creative entrepreneur, he was also in my youth group when I was first a youth pastor back at Barberton Evangelical Friends Church from 2001-2003. Corey was in 7th grade then, now he is doing all kinds of really great things, not least of which is being the National Director for the Laundry Project.
In this episode, Corey and I cover a lot of ground: I share about my personal story, how how I came to pastoral work at Barberton Friends and beyond, how I became a Quaker and why I still am one today, we discuss my passion around anti-poverty work, the book of Revelation, my work at Guilford College, and Fireweed Coffee. As you can see, it is a wide-ranging conversation.
I hope you will tune in, share the episode with folks you think would find it helpful, subscribe to hear more of what Corey is doing, and share your feedback!
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