D. L. Mayfield: The Bad News of Jesus (and Covid 19)

Episode 9 April 13, 2020 01:15:15
D. L. Mayfield: The Bad News of Jesus (and Covid 19)
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D. L. Mayfield lives and writes on the outskirts of Portland, OR with her husband and two small children. Her first book of essays, "Assimilate or Go Home: Notes from a Failed Missionary on Rediscovering Faith" was released by HarperOne in 2016. Her second book, "The Myth of the American Dream: Reflections on Affluence, Autonomy, Safety, and Power" will be released in April 2020. Her writing has appeared in a variety of places, including McSweeneys, Christianity Today, Sojourners, The Washington Post, Image Journal, Vox, and The Rumpus, among many others. She is trying very hard to be a good neighbor. More from D. L. at [dlmayfield.com/](http://www.dlmayfield.com/) Join our Integral Discipleship community on Patreon: [patreon.com/InVerse](http://www.patreon.com/InVerse)

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