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When it comes to leading worship, liturgist & writer Aaron Niequist likes to swim in the deep end. Coming from a small stream of evangelicalism, Aaron has wrestled & fought with questions like, "Is this all there is? Is there more to worship than a setlist & a sermon?" 


His questions about worship styles & Sunday morning practices only scratch the surface, for Aaron is always swimming deeper, seeking after the substance beneath all the worship styles. 

 

During this journey through doubt & deconstruction, Aaron discovered the rich treasure of ancient Christian practices & the beauty of liturgical worship. And he's spent years experimenting with the concept of importing these ancient practices into modern worship settings. Through many successes & failures, Aaron has gleaned much wisdom, which he shares in his new book, "The Eternal Current: how a practice-based faith can save us from drowning". 

And I'm so grateful to Aaron for coming onto the podcast to share some of the stories of swimming in the Eternal Current. 

To support this podcast & keep it going, please consider donating at least $1 a month: https://www.patreon.com/illuminateus

 

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Follow Aaron on all the socials: @aaronieq 

"The Eternal Current" is available as a book & audiobook wherever you buy books. 

https://www.aaronniequist.com/

Pastors, Priests & Guides retreat: https://www.pastorspriestsandguides.com/

A New Liturgy: https://www.anewliturgy.com/

Theme Music by Future of Forestry ("Homeward" on the album "Awakened to the Sound"

Additional Music: Aaron Niequist/A New Liturgy + The Radial Conservatory 

http://illuminate.us

 

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