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Good God, the podcast, will attempt to refasten the ties that bind neighbor to neighbor. Through conversations on matters of faith and public life, the host, Dr. George Mason, will attempt to move people toward one another and restore confidence in God’s purposeful activity in all things. “Only God is good,” Jesus said. Which means that all goodness is found in reference to God, including public good.
 
Is faith in the Good News of Jesus Christ lost in today's world? Do we need a bush to start talking to recognize God in our daily lives? Brian Brooks, an ordinary, small town, flannel wearing guy will explore how faith can exist and be found in the ordinary to enhance our relationship with self, others and, of course Jesus Christ.
 
COVID-19 forced church leaders to respond to a global crisis in the blink of an eye. In a moment with little information and much uncertainty, churches reinvented nearly every aspect of church. This moment has ignited imagination, created collaborations, launched experiments, and dreamed of new possibilities as the heroic efforts of leaders continue to lead ministry. The response to these challenges has been great, but there comes a time when responding is no sufficient. If the church is goi ...
 
Conversations on art, faith, life and of course coffee with people you want to know. These conversations are all about providing encouragement, wisdom and inspiration from people you may otherwise never meet. They might be your next door neighbor, an artist around the corner, or possibly someone you already know but would like to know better. Join us each week as we discuss these ideas and more during Coffee Time Conversations.
 
Homilies from St. Luke Orthodox Church in Abilene, Texas - Thoughtful homilies of an Orthodox priest who serves a small parish and teaches Religion full-time at McMurry University in Abilene, TX. Fr. Philip draws on his scholarly work in Christian theology and ethics, but most of all, these are the homilies of a pastor guiding his flock with insightful, practical suggestions on how to share more fully in the life of Jesus Christ.
 
Church Without Walls, Berkeley is a diverse community following Jesus, loving God, neighbor, the Bible and the world. We aim to worship God and explore Christian spirituality in a meaningful, approachable way. Our spirituality is centered on Jesus because we’ve discovered that his life and teachings deeply connect faith with everyday life. As our name implies, we believe that “church” is not a building. It is a community of people gathered to love God, one another and their city in a way tha ...
 
Doctrine & Doxology is a podcast series designed to help our Christian beliefs lead to Christian worship. We hope listeners will grow in the knowledge of the Christian faith and will, in turn, worship and glorify God! Our standard format is to receive and answer listener submitted questions. Questions can be submitted via our Contact Us page or any of our Social Media Accounts.
 
Grace Meridian Hill exists for the holistic renewal of our neighborhood—called to love our neighbors, compelled by God’s transforming grace. We long for Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, and Adams Morgan to flourish not only spiritually but also socially, culturally, economically—in every sphere of life. To that end, we are striving to be a community of good neighbors in our words and actions as we ourselves discover, and continually re-discover, how God has been a true neighbor toward us th ...
 
The CollegeLife606 Podcast is a space for courageous conversations at the crossroads of trying to follow Jesus while navigating culture. My name is Amber Jipp. I am a Jesus follower, and I currently serve as the Spiritual Formation Coordinator at North Park University, our sponsor.Each week, I’ll sit down with a friend and try to have the kind of conversation around tension points that you would want to have with them if you had the chance to pick their brain, hear their heart, and see the w ...
 
The Called 2 Action Podcast is a show that seeks to move beyond the headlines to a deeper understanding of politics, faith, and everything in-between. During the show, we'll push beyond our current comfort zones to encourage the call that awakens us to our role in building a more just, equitable, and inclusive community. We hope to provide relevant and useful perspectives for an engaged public life and create a community of active & engaged individuals committed to transforming the world int ...
 
What does a world look like where people can lovingly engage with those who have different views without compromising their faith? What does it look like to truly love your neighbor or even your enemy? These questions have led Pastor Bob Roberts Jr to have deep conversations with his friends that are living out their faith in the public square by loving boldly and working together to build resilient communities. Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddist, or no matter your faith, we a ...
 
The point of For the Good of the Neighborhood is to learn to “be a good neighbor” and to "love your neighborhood as you love yourself." That's it. Simple to understand in concept, but really, really difficult to do in practice. The mission is to equip us to be actively engaged in loving our neighbors and our neighborhoods by building connections and serving others. Through loving our neighbors, building connections and living a life of service, we can make things better wherever our neighbor ...
 
City of Hope is a community of broken Christ followers who feel called to help disconnected people find their way back to God. Through our Sunday gatherings, life groups, worship, and service opportunities it is our desire that God’s presence transform and animate this community to transform and breathe life into this city.
 
We are a Pentecostal church whose worship is rooted in Word and Sacrament. Together, we are efforting to become like Christ, communally and personally, and so to be useful in the work entrusted to the Church. Our mission is to embrace one another with love, as well as our neighbor, our enemy, and the stranger; to embody in hope the good news of the Kingdom of God; and to encounter by faith the Father of Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.
 
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In modern culture there are few topics as polarizing as LGBTQ+ issues, especially within the conversation (or lack thereof) in religious spheres. An untold multitude of Christians have struggled with their sexuality and how to reconcile that fundamental aspect of who they are with what it means to follow Jesus. This conversation isn't one where we …
 
What shapes YOUR Social Imagination? How are we to navigate race and religion right now? In this episode, Isaiah Jeong unpacks one of the tensions he wrestles with as he follows Jesus while navigating culture, namely, “what conditions of when church meets culture does it alleviate social stratification versus perpetuating it?” Isaiah also helps us …
 
Welcome to Surge’s Faith, Work, and Rest podcast. Our goal is to help God’s people discern their vocations and reimagine their occupations for the good of their neighbors and the glory of God.Zach Yentzer came to Arizona in 2002 when he was 11 years old. He finished elementary and high school in Tucson and then received a scholarship to ASU. He liv…
 
God calls us to two highly important responsibilities: to love our Him with all of our being, and to treat our neighbors as we would want to be treated. By doing so, we can help turn our world into a better place, and appreciate the beauty of God’s creation. Travel expert Rick Steves has seen, tasted, and experienced many different cultures, and of…
 
What is the best way to read the Bible? That's an all too common question, with different answers from practically everyone. Every Christian agrees that the Bible contains timeless wisdom and is true, inspired of God, and reveals to us the mind of God and what it is he desires from those who follow Him.But how is the Bible to be read? Is it a ruleb…
 
Hip-Hop is and has been “the most powerful culture in the world in the last 30 years,” contends Pastah J in this spellbinding conversation, and the Church is making a grave mistake in demonizing and ignoring it. Jesus is centered on the oppressed – and so is hip-hop culture. Therefore, at the crossroads of trying to follow Jesus while navigating cu…
 
A beautiful element of Christianity is that when we allow ourselves to relax into the peace and grace that God offers, we experience true rest and healing that restores every part of our soul. Catholic recording artist Julie Carrick has seen God touch her life in the moments she was suffering the most—through infidelity, miscarriage, and cancer—and…
 
Does a deep love of our Lutheran confessions help or hinder our love for our neighbors? How does engaging with the Book of Concord help us better engage with our neighbor? What do our Confessions teach us about who our neighbors are and how we can love them in Christ? Rev. David Wiist, pastor of Concordia Lutheran Church in Evansville, Indiana, joi…
 
We're back with another episode - and a new series! For the next few episodes, we'll be joined by some guests who will help us think through and process a question that is always relevant, particularly in this day and age - what does it mean to love our neighbor? In this episode, we're joined by Kiara Douds, a PhD candidate in Sociology at New York…
 
Welcome to Surge’s Faith, Work, and Rest podcast. Our goal is to help God’s people discern their vocations and reimagine their occupations for the good of their neighbors and the glory of God.Dennae Pierre is executive director of The Surge Network, a movement of local churches partnered together to put Jesus on display in Arizona. Her work is focu…
 
Why are so many people leaving the Church? Is the Church still relevant? What has the Church Forsaken that needs to be acknowledged and repaired in order for communities of Jesus’ followers to be trustworthy and effectual? In this Episode, Pastors Terence Gadsden, AKA DJ Rock On, and Jonathan Brooks, AKA Pastah J, speak directly to some huge elepha…
 
“The line between good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being.” The key difference between the Pharisee and the Publican rooted in their hearts and was not simply a matter of their outward behavior or how they appeared to others. Even the despised traitor and thief remained in the image of God and was able to embrace divine mercy when…
 
Pastor Gary preaches on the Last Supper, and we hear from our Eucharistic Ministers on why communion is meaningful to them. Sunday, February 21, 2021 Audio: https://www.churchwithoutwallsberkeley.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/2_21_21_audio_final.mp3 Sermon Video: The post Journey’s End: Communion, Community & the Commonplace appeared first on Chur…
 
In this week's episode, Lloyd is digging into the mailbag to answer some long-overdue listener emails about President Biden, Trump's personality, Florida Man, Trump's support for the Second Amendment, and the Libertarian option in the 2020 election. Timestamps [0:00] - Blooper [0:48] - Welcome and Introduction [7:02] - Thanks to our Patrons [9:42] …
 
This episode features return guest, Jack Levison. He is the W.J.A. Power Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and Biblical Hebrew at Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. We discuss his recently published book, An Unconventional God: The Spirit According to Jesus (Baker Academic). Jack has been doing field-shaping work on …
 
Do we actually love ourselves or are we self-indulgent? Do we know what it means to love God? If you were called to prove your love of God, how would you demonstrate your results? We can't say that we love God if we do not love our neighbor. That is the measure of our love of God. Demonstrate your love of God with the love for your neighbor.God ble…
 
You may walk the stations in your home or outside. If you are going out on a shorter walk, consider listening to the introduction before leaving home. Images for the meditation are linked here. If you want to skip directly to the stations of the cross, an orientation to the audioguide begins at 4:50 and the Stations of the Cross meditation begins a…
 
As a church, we’ve spoken heavily about getting connected into small groups, but we are going to double-down. Part of our NEXT vision is becoming a church OF small groups, not just a church WITH small groups. We want to make “big church...small” with everyone in a group and every group on mission.
 
Imagine if the community of Jesus’ followers lived into the reality of their shared identity and suffering in and with Christ? As Jesus declares (in the context of washing his disciples’ feet, by the way): “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disci…
 
Think of a time when you were able to spread a little sunshine to others. What kind of happiness and fullness did that bring you? God calls us to be conduits of His joy, peace, and healing, but we can only do that once we develop our faith muscle enough to leave the stresses and pressures of the world and step into His calling for us. Artist and wr…
 
What does it mean to live a baptized life? We know this doctrine very well as Lutherans, but what does it look like to live this daily? How does someone use the Catechism in daily life? Rev. Mark Bestul, pastor of Calvary Lutheran Church in Elgin, Illinois, joins host Rev. Sean Smith to discuss how concord matters for our baptismal lives.…
 
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