Adam Thomas

Adam Thomas

Adam Thomas was ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in 2008 at the age of 25, making him one of the first priests from the millennial generation. His unique voice in the faith community emanates from a combination of his youth, honesty, humor, and tech-savvy nature. A self-described nerd, Adam writes the blog Where the Wind, belongs to the Christian Century Blogging Community and Day1.org, and knows everything about Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Resources

Converge Bible Studies: Who Is Jesus?

Converge Bible Studies: Who Is Jesus?

Unusual Questions Personal Reflection Guide

Unusual Questions Personal Reflection Guide

Unusual Names Email Subscription

Unusual Names Email Subscription

Unusual Questions DVD

Unusual Questions DVD

Articles

Does Church Membership Matter Anymore?

By Shane Raynor, Adam Thomas, Joseph Yoo
Live Webcast from Thursday May 15, 2014  What does formal church membership mean in the 21st century? Is it still relevant or is it a relic that needs to be discarded or… read more

Unusual Gospel for Unusual People

By Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas previews “Unusual Gospel for Unusual People,” his new Bible study series that explores the good news of Jesus from John's unusual perspective. read more

I Didn’t Even Know I Was Sick

By Adam Thomas
I wrote the following about six and a half years ago, but I’ve never shared it on my blog. It was my first ever attempt at “Ignatian” writing, and it hooked me… read more

The True Self

By Adam Thomas
This sermon is about demons. I want you to know that before I get going because for a while it might not seem like I’m talking about demons at all. But I will be. If our… read more

They Call It Heartbreak Hill

By Adam Thomas
They call it Heartbreak Hill. It rises between the twentieth and twenty-first miles of the route of the Boston Marathon. It’s not much of a hill, unless you’ve been… read more

4 Names: Mary Magdalene, Philip, Lazarus, and Peter

By Adam Thomas
If you’ve ever been to a Bible study that I’ve led, then you know that I have a lot of favorite scenes in the Gospel according to John. But John 20:1-18 is easily in… read more
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