Articles by: Jennifer Danielle Crumpton
Jennifer Danielle Crumpton is Editor of the blog "Uncommon Voices" for the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good, a Christian public witness striving to reflect the life and ministry of Jesus Christ by advocating for human rights and environmental action, interfaith relationships and inclusivity. She is a Master of Divinity candidate at Union Theological Seminary (May 2011) and under ministerial ordination with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) at Park Avenue Christian Church, NYC. Jennifer is a playwright and film/theater actress, and spent 11 years as an advertising executive for global corporations. She studies popular and consumer culture through a Gospel lens, and exposits Christian faith via acting, playwriting and film.

Advent Meets Occupy Wall Street 3
by / on December 13, 2011 at 12:47 pm / in Broken World, Current Events

Advent Meets Occupy Wall Street

A former Fortune 500 marketing executive (and young evangelical) weighs in on the timeless message of Advent in light of America’s conspicuous consumerism, the abdication of corporate responsibility, and the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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The Six Degrees of Charlie Sheen 1
by / on March 28, 2011 at 6:00 am / in Pop Culture, Shattered Faith

The Six Degrees of Charlie Sheen

It pains me to invoke the subject of the Charlie Sheen drama, especially now that its initial allure has mercifully waned in (some parts of) the news cycle. But in the slightly more composed wake of the Sheen publicity frenzy, its reverberations deserve deeper reflection. Jennifer Crumpton weighs in.

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Modern Girl’s Guide to the Gospel 10
by / on March 3, 2011 at 8:21 am / in Misplaced Jesus, Personal Stories, Theology

Modern Girl’s Guide to the Gospel

Like Mary Magdalene, Jesus calls women by name, to serve God. This is God coming for us specifically as females, calling us to lay claim to evangelicalism ourselves — our important role in the in-breaking of God’s kingdom into the world — no matter what our religious affiliation or belief system.

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