This podcast is part of The Questions Project: an exploration of questions about faith, the Bible, and the Christian life today with The Rev Dr Soltys, an Episcopal priest. For more about the project, and for additional links and resources, visitjsoltys.org Trailer jazz by Stuart D Henderson. Cover art based on folk art by The Rev Carleton Bakkum.
A funny, joyful, and innovative Episcopal priest, The Rev Lorenzo Lebrija spends his days running experiments that link creativity and faith together in practical, useful ways. Listen in as the Director of Try Tank and I talk about what he's been up to, "holy failure," and the questions that inspire his experiments.
This is the first bonus episode on the "Live Creatively, Friends" podcast. Look for future bonus interviews with interesting people who live creatively and faithfully.
For a full, unedited video of the interview, visit The Questions Project YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/VlDjxpz1BDI
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