The Great Spiritual Migration

Lumunos Fall Keynote Event

October 10th | 7-9 pm ET

Released in 2016, Brian McLaren's book The Great Spiritual Migration offered an insightful look at how Christianity and other organized religions can become places where people learn how to love God, themselves, others, and the earth. Join us for a conversation with Brian McLaren to uncover how the messages from this book apply to where we find ourselves in 2022.

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Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English teacher and pastor, he is a passionate advocate for “a new kind of Christianity” – just, generous, and working with people of all faiths for the common good. He is a core faculty member of  The Living School and podcaster with Learning How to See, which are part of the Center for Action and Contemplation. He is also an Auburn Senior Fellow and is a co-host of Southern Lights. A frequent guest on television, radio, and news media programs, he has appeared on All Things Considered, Larry King Live, Nightline, On Being, and Religion and Ethics Newsweekly. His work has also been covered in Time, New York Times, Christianity Today, Christian Century, the Washington Post, Huffington Post, CNN.com, and many other print and online media. You can learn more about Brian and his work on his website: https://brianmclaren.net/

“People who are learning to love their neighbors, themselves, and the earth will not find it hard to learn to love God, because God will not be for them a doctrine or theory separate from or inconsistent with what they already love."

This event will address the growing spiritual movement away from rigid sets of beliefs and dogma to a focus on love and compassion. The “spiritual but not religious” community is finding common ground with many religious people who yearn for different and more inclusive answers. Woven into this transition is the growing number of "spiritual activists" who are dedicated to healing the planet, building peace, overcoming poverty and injustice — and collaborating with all faiths to ensure a better future for all of us. The underlying image of God is a renewing Spirit at work in our world for the common good.

The event is free, but we ask that you consider donating $25 or more (via the "Donate" button below.)  Thank you!