Publications / CV

Publications

“. . . but not of the world,” Leader 14.2 (Winter 2016-17).

“Finding a way,” Leader 13.4 (Summer 2016).

with Adrian Jacobs. “Hearing Gospel in the Waters: A Dialogue,” in Wrongs to Rights: How Churches can Engage the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Special Edition of Intotemak (2016).

“What are you looking at?” Leader 13.2 (Winter 2015-16).

Possible Treatment for the Allergy to Missions,” Anabaptist Witness online (2015).

A Re-opened Ending: John 4:1-42 and the Church’s Mission,” Anabaptist Witness 1.1 (2014)

A Letter of Unsupport for Canada,” Canadian Mennonite 18.15 (2014).

“A Faithful Failure,” Canadian Mennonite 17.23 (2013).

“Eagle, Leaf, and Bison,” Intotemak 42.1 (2013).

“An Expected Openness: Testifying Against James K. A. Smith’s Thinking in Tongues,” Conrad Grebel Review 31.1 (2013).

“The Ghosts of Occupy Winnipeg,” Rhubarb 31 (2012).

Public Confession of our Personal Wars,” Canadian Mennonite 16.22 (2012).

“Toddlers, Tiaras, and Texts,” Canadian Mennonite 16.17 (2012).

“Turning from scripture to Spirit: A sermon on Revelation 1:9–19 for the Sunday before Pentecost,” Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology 13.1 (2012): 56-63.

By what authority,” Canadian Mennonite 16.4 (2012).

New Logo a Distraction to Talking about Peace and Violence,” Canadian Mennonite 15.19 (2011).

“On Being Mennonite in a Non-Denominational World,” Canadian Mennonite 12.15 (2008): 21.

Online

Hadewijch and Immanence

Kierkegaard Reading Project

Book Reviews

Qwo-Li Driskill, (2016) Asegi Stories: Cherokee Queer and Two-Spirit Memory. University of Arizona Press, Tucson in Anabaptist Witness 3.2 (2016).

George Yancey, (2012) Look, a White!: Philosophical Essays on Whiteness. Temple University Press in Geez Magazine (online).

Theodore W. Jennings, Jr. (2013) An Ethic of Queer Sex: Principles and Improvisations. Exploration Press in Geez Magazine (online).

Anthony Paul Smith. (2013) A Non-Philosophical Theory of Nature: Ecologies of Thought. Palgrave Macmillan in The Conrad Grebel Review 34.1 (2016).

Maurice Mierau. (2014) Detachment: An Adoption Memoir. Freehand Books in Journal of Mennonite Studies 33 (2015).

Stephen D. Moore ed. (2014) Divinanimality: Animal Theory, Creaturely Theology. Fordham University Press in Geez Magazine (online).

Edward E. Andrews. (2013) Native Apostles: Black and Indian Missionaries in the British Atlantic World. Harvard University Press in Intotemak 44.1 (2015).

Mark van Steenwyk. (2013) The Unkingdom of God: Embracing the Subversive Power of Repentance. IVP in Geez Magazine (online).

Daniel Colucciello Barber. (2014) Deleuze and the Naming of God: Post-Secularism and the Future of Immanence. Edinburgh University Press in The Mennonite Quarterly Review 89.1 (2015).

John Howard Yoder. (2014) Theology of Mission: A Believers Church Perspective. IVP Academic in Anabaptist Witness 1.1 (2014).

The Kino-nda-niimi Collective eds. (2014) The Winter We Danced: Voices From the Past, the Future, and the Idle No More Movement and Leanne Simpson (2014) Islands of Decolonial Love: Stories & Songs. Arbeiter Ring Publishing in Canadian Mennonite 18.21 (2014).

Steve Heinrichs ed. (2013) Buffalo Shout, Salmon Cry: Conversations on Creation, Land Justice, and Life Together. Herald Press in The Conrad Grebel Review 32.1 (2014).

Tripp York and Justin Bronson Barringer ed. (2012) A Faith not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions About Christian Nonviolence. Cascade Books in Direction 42.2 (2013).

Daniel Colucciello Barber (2011) On Diaspora: Christianity, Religion, and Secularity. Cascade Books in The Conrad Grebel Review 31.2 (2013).

Richard Beck (2011) Unclean: Meditations on Purity, Hospitality and Mortality. Cascade Books in  Canadian Mennonite 17.12 (2013).

Peter Dula (2011) Cavell, Companionship, and Christian Theology. Oxford UP in The Mennonite Quarterly Review 87.1 (2013).

J. Alexander Sider (2011) To See History Doxologically: History and Holiness in John Howard Yoder’s Ecclesiology. Wm. B. Eerdmans in Canadian Mennonite 16.22 (2012).

M. Jan Holton (2011) Building the Resilient Community: Lessons from the Lost Boys of Sudan. Cascade Books in Canadian Mennonite 16.17 (2012).

Charles R. Pinches, Kelly S. Johnson, and Charles M. Collier ed. (2010) Unsettling Arguments: A Festschrift on the Occasion of Stanley Hauerwas’s 70th Birthday. Cascade Books in Canadian Mennonite 16.6 (2012).

Todd Gordon. (2010) Imperialist Canada. Arbeiter Ring Publishing in Canadian Mennonite 15.21 (2011).

Chris K Huebner and Tripp York ed. (2010) The Gift of Difference: Radical Orthodoxy, Radical Reformation. CMU Press in Canadian Mennonite 14.21 (2010).

Chris K Huebner (2006) A Precarious Peace. Herald Press in Canadian Mennonite 11.23 (2007).

Presentations and Involvement

2016 – ‘Touchy Subjects and Intense Spaces: Navigating our Emotional Environment’ Workshop presented at Mennonite Canada Annual Assembly.

2014 – Present – General Board, Mennonite Church Canada

2013 – Present – Formation Council, Mennonite Church Canada

2012 – 2016 – Co-founder and organizer of Critical Conversation reading group.

2014 – Mennonite Church Canada Assembly Plenary Speaker – “Wade in the Water.”

2009 –  Workshop for Ministers Week Conrad Grebel University College / Mennonite Church Eastern Canada, “Critical Thinking in Pastoral Ministry.”

Education

BA – Providence College (1999)
MDiv – Providence Theological Seminary (2001)
MA – Wildred Laurier (2013)

Employment

2010 – Present – First Mennonite Church – Winnipeg, MB (Associate Minister)
2007 – 2010 – Hillcrest Mennonite Church – New Hamburg, ON (Co-pastor)

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