It's posted online.
I was interviewed for the San Diego Reader this last week. It was kind of cathartic to get the story of Anchor Point out of my mouth to an 'objective stranger'. Still, you never feel like 500 words can do a story justice.
Here is a snippet: 'People view church success as a stable ministry, with a growing number of people attending the services. I've revamped my idea of what success looks like now,' said Sharp. 'I see success as people sacrificing more than they had, people giving more away. I see success as people connecting to nonchurch people and showing their faith and telling the story of God in their own words. My goal isn't to grow the service, but to get people to go out and do the things we speak about at church.'
PS - We are not 'white' because we do not have ethnic friends! We just don't have any people of color attending our services!