Ep. 17: Aaron Niequist on Practice-Based Faith

Ep. 17: Aaron Niequist on Practice-Based Faith

Aaron Niequist helps launch Season 2 of the Betwixt Podcast!

Profound loosing and finding have marked Aaron Niequist’s faith journey. In this episode, he shares how practice-based faith saved him from drowning.

Aaron Niequist is a liturgist, writer, and pastor. After leading worship at two of America’s largest mega churches, Aaron began to re-imagine what a discipleship-focused, contemplative, practice-based community might look like, and so he began The Practice – an experimental gathering in the Willow Creek Chapel.

Aaron is the author of the new book called The Eternal Current: How a Practice-Based Faith Can Save Us from Drowning. He’s also the creator of A New Liturgy – a collection of modern liturgical worship recordings, which you will get to hear throughout this episode.


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*Special thanks to Aaron Niequist for permission to feature music from A New Liturgy. These are the songs you hear in this episode: 1 God is Love, 8 Space to Pray, 10 Bless, 42 Forgiveness, 43 Here are My Hands, 11 Blessed to be a Blessing, 20 Emmanuel, 23 How Long


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