This is the 3rd installment of our audiocast, Feast of Ideas featuring Ken Myers. See our previous two blog posts for the first and second episodes. Someone said during the pandemic that, ”In our urgency to return to our normal lives, make sure we are rushing back those things that are worth rushing back to.”
One of the lessons coming out of Covid-19 is the assessment of the stewardship of our lives. In the conversation with Ken Myers his comments regarding renewal are great fodder for how we should think about which things to rush back to when life returns to normal. All three of these episodes inspire greater intentionality and purposefulness.
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Let’s dive in to Episode 3!
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Dr. Case Thorp serves as the Senior Associate Pastor for Evangelism at the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, and is the Moderator of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He also leads The Collaborative: for Cultural & Economic Renewal. Case is married to Jodi, and they have three beautiful children, Alexandra, Charles, and Brooks. They have enjoyed downtown Orlando as their home since 2005.
Originally from Atlanta, Case is a pastor who has served in New Jersey, Texas, California, and Louisiana. Case serves as the Made to Flourish Network co-director for Orlando, a faith & work network for pastors. Teaching is his passion. He teaches for The Collaborative the Gotham Fellowship and the Orlando Fellows, and other seminars. He serves as adjunct faculty for Palm Beach Atlantic University and Reformed Theological Seminary. Case posts blogs on faith and work regularly for The Green Room Blog, and has been published in the Orlando Sentinel and the Wall Street Journal. He holds degrees from Oxford College (AA), Emory University (BA), Princeton Theological Seminary (MDIV), and Fuller Theological Seminary (DMIN in Missional Ecclesiology). Case enjoys time engaging the arts, urban design, politics, cycling and swimming, and both a NYT and WSJ in Starbucks. View all posts by Case Thorp