Private Event Denver, CO
Interview with Skye Jethani
Saturday, Jun. 14 7:30 p.m.
Held on June 14, 2014.
Denver Institute hosted a small gathering of donors and friends with award-winning author and speaker Skye Jethani. Founder Jeff Haanen interviewed Jethani about Christ, culture, and the common good, followed by a question and answer time with guests.
Skye Jethani is an award-winning author, speaker, consultant and ordained pastor. He also serves as the co-host of the popular Phil Vischer Podcast, a weekly show than blends astute cultural and theological insights with comical conversation. Skye is the president of Measure the Clouds, a non-profit organization helping a post-Christian generation discover a ravishing vision of life with God. He also leads SkyPilot Media which develops multimedia resources for use by churches, colleges, and community groups navigating the intersection of faith and culture. For over a decade, Skye served in numerous editorial and executive roles at Christianity Today, a communications ministry launched by Billy Graham in 1956. His roles there included Managing and Executive Editor of Leadership Journal, Director of Mission Advancement, and Senior Producer of This Is Our City, a multi-city, multi-year project telling the stories of Christians working for the common good of their communities. He's written a number of best-selling books, including: With: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God, What's Wrong with Religion?, and Futureville: Discover Your Purpose for Today by Reimagining Tomorrow
Jeff Haanen is a writer and entrepreneur. He founded Denver Institute for Faith & Work, a community of conveners, teachers and learners offering experiences and educational resources on the gospel, work, and community renewal. He is the author of An Uncommon Guide to Retirement: Finding God’s Purpose for the Next Season of Life and an upcoming two-book series on spiritual formation, vocation, and the working class for Intervarsity Press. He lives with his wife and four daughters in Denver and attends Wellspring Church in Englewood, Colorado.