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We know reading the Bible every day can be hard. It’s easy to feel stuck, lost, or unsure where to start. We get it. We’ve been there too. Our hope for this podcast is that it will serve as a complement to our reading plans, to encourage you on your commute to work, while you’re out for a walk, or at home making dinner. God’s Word is for you and for now. That's why our community is here and always open to you.
 
As an extension of New Life Church, new life DOWNTOWN follows the same sermon series and texts covered on Sunday mornings at the north campus. Pastor Glenn Packiam serves as the lead teacher for new life DOWNTOWN, bringing a thoughtful, Christ-centered, and historically layered perspective to the text each week.
 
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Made For : an audio journey

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Made For : an audio journey

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START THE JOURNEY FROM EPISODE 1! Made For is a podcast that helps listeners reflect on who they are in the eyes of God, what His plan is for the world, and how God made each of us to be part of His plan. We will hear stories from around the world ... stories of faith, challenges, culture, and the unpredictable, amazing transformation of God in diverse peoples. What are you Made For? Series ONE Episode 1 – Who am I in the Eyes of God? Episode 2 – The People of God Episode 3 – The Body of Chr ...
 
Engage in messages and breakout sessions from renowned speakers and authors including Eugene H. Peterson, Jack Hayford, Brady Boyd, Jim Daly, Tom Davis, Ross Parsley, and Glenn Packiam as they discuss leadership, service, and life and justice issues facing our society today. For information on upcoming conferences go to, www.newlifeconferences.com
 
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First broadcast May 2011. In 1995 the Church of England allowed the ordination of Women priests. But the question of whether the Bible forbids female authority in the church remains. Christina Rees serves on the Archbishop's Council and the General Synod. She advocates for women in ministry and female Bishops. John Richardson of the conservative Ev…
 
It’s the first week of Advent! Raechel and Amanda kick off the reading plan with good friend, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author, Annie F. Downs. The three discuss the theme of light in Scripture, starting with Jesus’s declaration as the Light of the World and trace the metaphors for light through the narrative of the Bible. Join along …
 
There have been many stories of Christian musicians deconstructing or deconverting in recent years. Justin is joined by Catholic singer/songwriter Audrey Assad who revealed earlier this year she is no longer a practising Christian. Fr. Chris Foley of the band Luxury explains his own journey and why he has remained in the faith, becoming a priest in…
 
Recorded shortly after the death of Osama Bin Laden in May 2011, this show brought together radical Islamist Anjem Choudary, moderate Muslim thinker Muhammed AL Husseini, and Christian evangelist Jay Smith to debate whether Bin Laden represented the true face of Islam. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to support us: USA: http://www.pre…
 
In our last week of One Another, Amanda discusses the joys and challenges of Christian community with Bailey T. Hurley, a writer and speaker who encourages women to pursue a relationship with God so they can pursue their people in meaningful friendship. They talk about encouragement, hospitality, forgiveness, and ways we can generously offer the gi…
 
In this episode, we enjoy a conversation with Dr. Emily Snider Andrews, professor of music and worship at Samford University. We discuss her work on sacramental theology and the worship of Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Our conversation addresses how sacramental theology can help us understand music as a means for encountering God and how the label …
 
Kyle Thompson of men's ministry Undaunted Life says we need to champion biblical masculinity in a church that is too feminised. Martin Saunders, author of 'The Man You Were Made To Be' says we need to leave behind gender stereotypes and help young Christian men make sense of masculinity in today's world. For Martin Saunders: https://www.youthscape.…
 
First broadcast in April 2011, this show is a snapshot of where the debate on the ‘emerging church’ was ten years ago and took place in the wake of Rob Bell’s recently published book ‘Love Wins’. Progressive theologian Brian McLaren faced off against Conservative reformed theologian James White. More Resources: • For exclusive resources and to supp…
 
For the first week in our One Another study, Amanda talks with Alison Cook, a psychologist speaker and author who helps women live out their God-given potential. Together, they explore relationships in the body of Christ and the importance of healthy boundaries. Ultimately, we are called to live in community. And, as the Church, it’s our responsibi…
 
The deity of Jesus is a doctrine that typically divides Muslims and Christians. However, Dr Abdulla Galadari, author of 'Quranic Hermeneutics' believes the Koran doesn't reject the Gospels' view of Jesus - it interprets them. He engages with Christian theologian of the Trinity, Dr Joshua Sijuwade as they discuss the commonalities and differences be…
 
First broadcast for Easter 2011. Bart Ehrman is well known as a US New Testament Scholar who lost his Christian faith. When Mike Licona had doubts he devoted himself to investigating the evidence and became convinced that Jesus resurrection is the only rational explanation for the facts. They debated key historical facts about the resurrection - an…
 
For the final week of our journey through the book of Acts, Amanda is joined by Mika Edmondson, an author and the pastor of CPC Koinonia in Nashville. There’s a shipwreck, a storm, soldiers, and open-hearted island people. During Paul’s “tour of trials” as Amanda calls it, we watch the Lord carry him through and provide wonders and signs that signa…
 
With COP26 the United Nations climate change conference underway in Glasgow, Justin is joined by climate change campaigner Antonia Godber and scientist Hugh Ross of Reasons to Believe. They discuss the science of climate change, whether we are heading towards a tipping point, climate ' alarmism' and practical solutions. For Hugh Ross: https://suppo…
 
In this episode we sit down with Dr. Gregg Okesson to talk with his book A Public Missiology: How Local Churches Witness to a Complex World and what it looks like for local churches to witness to the reign of Jesus Christ in all of life. This is the first of two episodes.By New Life Church
 
We talk Hillsong history, theology, and music with insider and scholar Dr. Tanya Riches. Dr. Riches is a former songwriter and worship leader at Hillsong Church and now serves as senior lecturer and masters program director at Hillsong College in Sydney, Australia. The basis of our conversation is her recent co-edited volume (with Tom Wagner) The H…
 
First broadcast in April 2011. Richard Dawkins describes the Old Testament God as "a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser" (among other things). In this show from April 2011 Christian philosopher and apologist Paul Copan explained why he believes God's actions in the Old Testament are not immoral when taken in context opposite atheist speaker N…
 
Happy 100th episode! For the fifth week of our Acts study, Amanda brings on Glenn Packiam, a pastor, author, professor, and practical theologian. Together, they cover everything from God’s heart for rescuing His people, to the importance of fully investing where you are, to the bright yellow of Colorado aspen trees. Listen in as we journey forward,…
 
Max McLean, who has played the role of CS Lewis on stages across the world, talks to Justin Brierley about his new biopic 'The Most Reluctant Convert' and CS Lewis' famous journey from atheism to Christianity. Justin also talks to the film's director Norman Stone. For 'The Most Reluctant Convert': http://www.cslewismovie.com --- For exclusive resou…
 
“People sometimes have strong criticisms of contemporary worship without actually knowing it.” - Glenn Packiam Glenn Packiam is a songwriter, a theologian, and an Anglican priest pastoring at New Life Church in Colorado Springs. His recent books Worship And The World To Come and The Resilient Pastor are helpful and hopeful guides for Christian lead…
 
First broadcast in March 2011. Mohammed Bahmanpour defends the Koranic view that although "it was made to appear to them" that he died, in fact Jesus was substituted by another. Jay Smith, Christian evangelist to Muslims, brings to bear Biblical and other historical witnesses to the crucifixion. They debate the issue and whether the Koran or the Ne…
 
In this episode, we enjoy a wide-ranging conversation with Dr. Joshua Busman. Dr. Busman is a musicologist and professor at the University of North Carolina - Pembroke. We discuss how worship leaders navigate the use of worship technologies (eg. 'band-in-a-box'), the role of authenticity, and how to manage congregational expectations. Our conversat…
 
It’s the halfway point of our Acts study! Raechel and Amanda welcome Dr. Heather Thompson Day to the podcast to talk through Acts 14–17. As they trace Paul’s footsteps through the daily readings, they observe the Church’s deep commitment to the gospel—in spite of opposition. Join them as they reflect on what it means for God’s community of believer…
 
Two former high-level Yoga practitioners, Mike Shreve and Chris James, tell their stories of converting to Christianity and engage the question of whether Christians should practise Yoga. For Mike Shreve: http://www.thetruelight.net For Chris James: https://twitter.com/cjmindbody --- For exclusive resources and to support us: • Confident Christiani…
 
First broadcast in March 2011. David Robertson contends that the joy and meaning we experience in music is a pointer beyond itself to an ultimate source of joy and meaning in God. He engaged with atheist musician Gordon Livesey who contends that while we all experience emotions and meaning in music, it ultimately can be explained in scientific term…
 
In this conversation, we speak with Rev. Dr. Glenn Packiam, pastor of New Life Church Downtown in Colorado Springs, CO. He’s the author of Worship and the World to Come: Exploring Christian Hope in Contemporary Worship (IVP Academic, 2020). Dr. Packiam talks about how congregations experience Christian hope through singing in congregational worship…
 
For the third week of our Acts study, Amanda talks with John Mark Comer, a bestselling author, executive director of Practicing the Way, and apprentice of Jesus from Portland, Oregon. Together, they look at what the early Church was like, how it grew, and the Holy Spirit’s work through God’s people. We hope you walk away with a renewed gratitude fo…
 
Is the church too woke or just broke? Owen Strachan author of 'Christianity and Wokeness' argues the church is 'too woke' when it comes to social justice. Rev Jermaine Marshall author of 'Christianity Corrupted' says it's just broke' in its complicity with white supremacy. They debate Critical Race Theory, racism and the gospel. For Owen Strachan h…
 
First broadcast in Feb 2011. On the 400th anniversary on from the creation of The King James Bible we debated the view of some Christians that it is God’s chosen translation for the English speaking world. Rev Kyle Paisley - who holds to 'King James Onlyism' debated James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries. More Resources: • For exclusive resource…
 
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