Dominic Done speaks with Mike Neglia about what pastors and preachers should know about the current deconstruction movement amongst young evangelicals. Why are so many thoughtful young people leaving the faith, or reshaping it into a more culturally palatable form? How can preachers deliver sermons that address the important and potentially divisive issues that are important to people today? Dominic speaks from his experience as a pastor in Portland Oregon and as a student in Oxford (and as a wrestler with doubt of his own over the years) to give practical advice to preachers speaking into the current milieu of doubt, ex-vangelicals, and skepticism. Also – how open should a preacher be about their own doubts?
Additionally Dominic has wisdom to share regarding planning sermons 3 weeks in advance, openness to the Holy Spirit and intentionality in communication style.
Dominic will be a panelist and speaker at our upcoming training event in Colorado Springs, Colorado September 17 & 18th.Registration and more details :expositorscollective.com
Dominic Done is a speaker and author ofWhen Faith Fails: Finding God in the Shadow of Doubt. He is also Professor of Applied Theology at George Fox University, and a teacher at Westside A Jesus Church. He has a Master’s Degree in Theology from the University of Oxford and is currently working on his PhD at the University of Oxford with his supervisor Alister McGrath. He previously served as a pastor in North Carolina and Hawaii. He has also taught English for companies in Europe, lectured in theology and history at various Christian colleges, worked as a radio DJ, and lived as a missionary in Vanuatu and Mexico. Dominic is married to his wife, Elyssa, has a daughter named Amelia, and a fuzzy Goldendoodle, Bella. You can connect with Dominic on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook: @dominicdone.
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When Faith Fails Book:https://www.pursuingfaith.org/book