Episode 70 :: Tom Sine: author, research & hospitality guy


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Tom’s classic is “The Mustard Seed Conspiracy.” His other books include “The New Conspirators: Creating a Future One Mustard Seed at a Time” (2008); “Mustard Seed vs McWorld: Reinventing Life and Faith for the Future” (1999); “Cease Fire: Searching for Sanity in America’s Culture Wars” (1995) and “Live It Up! How To Create A Life You Can Love” (1993). Together he and Christine co-authored “Living On Purpose: Finding God’s Best for Your Life” (2002).

At the Mustard Seed House, he’s known as Research & Hospitality Guy. Tom and Christine live in an inter-generational community in Seattle.

Tom earned his Ph.D. at the University of Washington. Tom headed up a development project in Haiti for World Concern, taught at the University of Washington, Seattle Pacific University and at Fuller Seminary in Seattle. Tom also works to help Christian organizations develop a holistic theology of mission and speaks widely at colleges, churches, and missions conferences around the world.

Conversation with Tom and Christine Sine, SLW! Podcast Ep. #28

Seattle Recharge: SLW! blog about my visit to Mustard Seed House.

Travel Journal, Seattle, July, 2014

“Video interview courtesy of Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers, www.wipfandstock.com.”

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