Esp 104: The Listening Day, guest Paul J. Pastor

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The scenic photo featured is a Creative Commons licensed image taken by Mitchell Friedman. (The photo was shot near the top on Angel’s Rest Hike in the Columbia Gorge, Oregon, looking westward.)

Paul J. Pastor is a writer living in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge. His writing on Christian spirituality has won numerous awards and critical recognition for its beauty, insight, and biblical depth. With a M.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Western Seminary, Paul brings his passionate style and unique insights to life as a frequent speaker at churches and universities.

Paul and his wife Emily serve as Deacons of Spiritual Formation at Theophilus Church in Portland, Oregon. They have three children, a brook running through their garden, and a view of the best sunrise in the world.

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