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Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
Summer camp directors have been asking for more focussed leadership & staff training resources. Featuring 3 of the top trainers in the summer camp industry: Beth Allison, Gabrielle Raill and Ruby Compton, CampHacker.TV is pleased to present Camp Code.
 
Seminary trained with nearly 10 years of ministry experience on staff with churches all over the United States, Katherine Spearing loves the church. But after seeing and experiencing some horrible things done in the name of God, she seeks to use her story to help the church do better. Podcast supports TearsofEden.org , a nonprofit for community and understanding in the aftermath of Spiritual Abuse.
 
The Kingdom Roots Podcast with Scot McKnight is a conversation about how the Kingdom took root then and how it takes root now. Kingdom Root conversations with Scot McKnight will give clarity to the context of the New Testament and how that context informs the Church today. Dr. Scot McKnight is the Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament at Northern Seminary. Learn more about Northern Seminary’s Master’s of Arts in New Testament at http://www.seminary.edu/mant/
 
The Unleash the Gospel Pastoral Letter set the Archdiocese of Detroit boldly on a mission to transform joyful missionary disciples in southeast Michigan. Open Door Policy is a vessel for these disciples to share their experiences and bear witness to the life-changing power of Christ. The name of the podcast, Open Door Policy, is a tribute to Blessed Solanus Casey, God’s doorkeeper, and it reflects on our need to let people walk into our lives and tell us their experience of God. Join hosts E ...
 
Life is busy, but you can do good right where you are, and The Do Gooders Podcast is here to help. Join Christin Thieme, editor of The Salvation Army's Caring Magazine, as she interviews guests for ideas to make an impact—from what it means to do good, to where to discover joy, what it is really like to be homeless or how to raise kind kids. If you want to be inspired and find tangible tips for simple actions you can take for good, this is the podcast for you.
 
All things happening on Weird Christian Twitter with various WCT tweeters hanging out and having an awkwardly good time. Our only goal of this Podcast is to make meaningful connections outside of the Twitter feed. We might joke on the latest "hot takes," each other, or simply hear somebody's story. Who knows. Either way, it's probably a waste of time and not going anywhere. Just another Podcast made during a global pandemic. Visit our merchandise store to buy swag that benefits our friends, ...
 
The podcast where we mix a sometimes weird but always delicious cocktail of theology, philosophy, and spirituality. We're a pastor and a philosopher who have discovered that sometimes pastors need philosophy, and sometimes philosophers need pastors. We tackle topics and interview guests that straddle the divide between our interests. Who we are: Randy Knie (Co-Host) - Randy is the founding and Lead Pastor of Brew City Church in Milwaukee, WI. Randy loves his family, the Church, cooking, and ...
 
The Tokens Podcast, hosted by Lee C. Camp, dares to do theology in public, around supposedly non-theological topics like society and politics, whether (or how) to be happy, habits and human flourishing; and music, books, the arts, and poetry. We refuse to be overbearing, while also not pretending like most people don’t care about faith, theology, and the traditions that form us. We promise to be non-partisan – neither right nor left nor even necessarily religious. This is another way of sayi ...
 
Introducing the Team Beachbody® Coach Podcast, the official podcast channel devoted exclusively to Team Beachbody Coaches. From archives of the National Wake Up Call, I Am Team Beachbody stories, and What I Know Now success tips from seasoned Coaches, this podcast is your one-stop source for personal development, business training and peer-to-peer inspiration. Ready to explode your business? Tune in regularly to our official podcast and join the ranks of those transforming their lives and th ...
 
HERO TALK is a new original digital series, produced by Hero Studios and hosted by marketing pioneer & Hero Group CEO Joseph Anthony, that engages in one-on- one in-depth conversations about the important issues and ideas of our time with both established and burgeoning game-changers and “Heroes of Culture”.
 
Classroom Crush is a podcast hosted by Rebecca Bulnes about the heartbreaking, embarrassing, formative memories of childhood crushes. Every week Rebecca talks to an interesting guest about one of their most memorable crushes from elementary to high school, and also one of her own crushes because she needs to figure out when/why it all went wrong.
 
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Today’s guest is Beth Allison Barr, author of The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth. Beth Allison Barr received her B.A. from Baylor University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Medieval History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on women and religion in medieval and early…
 
Beth is an associate professor of history and associate dean of the Graduate School at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. She is the president of the Conference on Faith and History and is a member of Christians for Biblical Equality. Beth is also an author and today we will be discussing* her groundbreaking book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood: H…
 
In this special episode, we give Beth Allison Barr the floor. Beth wanted to have a conversation with Scot McKnight about Biblical translations, how they come together, and how bias and agendas influence certain translations more than others (we're looking at you, ESV). We interviewed Beth in April about her brilliant book The Making of Biblical Wo…
 
Live at The Hungry Brain with Al Scorch, Esmeralda Leon, Whitney Wasson, Jessica Risker Al Scorch for house band Esmeralda Leon for co-host Whitney Wasson for Sober Rabbit Jessica Risker for Music Therapy The Hungry Brain for venue Chicago for city Donate to our PatreonBy Brandon Wetherbee
 
The past year and a half tested us all but it also brought countless examples of hope and sacrifice. We saw brave Salvation Army officers, staff, volunteers and friends continue to serve and show care in their communities in ways big and small. We’re designating these incredible individuals—nominated by you!—our Caring Heroes. And, as a small gestu…
 
Frank Walker has been leading the charge for decades to emphasize the importance of ethics in the workplace. The primary reasons: It is the right thing to do and can/will lead to increased business success. Walker offers perspective and we hear from Liz Coit, executive director of the Walker Center for Applied Ethics at Marian University. The India…
 
Aparajita Jain is the co-director of Nature Morte Art Limited since 2012, when she bought a controlling interest in the leading contemporary art gallery. She is also the Founder of terrain.art, India’s first blockchain powered art platform and co-founder of India’s first international sculpture park with the Government of Rajasthan, in Jaipur. She …
 
Live at The Wonderland Ballroom with Allison Lane, Haywood Turnipseed Jr, Kate Flaherty, Mathias, Rosie Cima Please do not listen to this if this is your first YMTE. This is episode 792. Please start with any other. It's our first live show since the global pandemic so it's a little off the rails. And I'm wearing a luchador mask for the duration of…
 
Think your business has to happen during regular work hours? What would you do if your hours changed every day? Consistency is crucial if you want to grow your business. But how do you stay consistent if your schedule changes frequently? We asked 2-time Elite Coach Kinsey James to fill us in on her strategy for planning her business around a non-tr…
 
Jemar is the New York Times bestselling author of The Color of Compromise and How to Fight Racism. He recently joined the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University as the Assistant Director for Narrative and Advocacy. He is the founder of The Witness Inc. and co-host of the Pass The Mic podcast. Tisby speaks nationally about history, reli…
 
When news broke that the new president of the SBC lifted portions of his message from the previous SBC president’s sermon without attribution, #Sermongate erupted. The Holy Post crew unpacks the controversy, why so many pastors either outsource their sermon prep or plagiarize, and why the pressure to preach may be harming the church. Then, in a dra…
 
Marquette Method instructor Laura Sparling discusses her journey to joyful missionary discipleship and how she witnesses God changing lives through NFP. Show notes: (0:18) Emily and Fr. Patrick catch up and talk about the beauty of Michigan water and some of our Archdiocese of Detroit parishes that sit right on the waterfront. (3:27) Emily introduc…
 
Episode: Brent Strawn is back for the 3rd time to discuss his new book on mistruths about the Old Testament. Discussion covers everything from divine violence and wrath, to the […] The post Lies My Preacher Told Me – Brent Strawn first appeared on OnScript.By Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling
 
Makoto Fujimura is a leading contemporary artist whose process driven, refractive “slow art” has been described by David Brooks of New York Times as “a small rebellion against the quickening of time”. Robert Kushner, in the mid 90’s, wrote on Fujimura’s art in Art in America this way: “The idea of forging a new kind of art, about hope, healing, red…
 
In this episode of Write Answers, we talk to Allison Marchetti and Rebekah O’Dell (@allisonmarchett + @rebekahodell1 + @movingwriters) about their writing process and how they use mentor texts with students! Allison and Rebekah have a new book called A Teacher’s Guide to Mentor Texts, which you can find here: https://www.heinemann.com/products/e120…
 
Time and time again we see that successful Coaches start their journeys as Challengers first. Wondering how you can use your own experience to attract more people to coaching? This week on the National Wake Up Call, 3-time Elite Coach Kate Jaroszewski shares how 100% of her Coach recruits were Challengers first. She’ll show how her ‘Come With Me’ a…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to discuss her bestselling book, "Jesus & John Wayne." In this episode, they look at the rise of Donald Trump among white evangelicals and how their response to the January 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol mirrors reactions to scandals involving celebrity church leaders. Du M…
 
It wasn't enough for Paul to call his co-workers friends. He chooses to take it a step further and call them siblings. This close relationship described by Paul captures the revolution from Christ's love that permeates every part of the church. What does it look like to live together in the family of God? How can a view of being siblings guide the …
 
This 4th of July, Hobby Lobby took out a controversial full page newspaper ad featuring quotes, or mis-quotes, from America’s founders about being a Christian nation. An editorial from Robert P. Jones says July 4th is a time to decide what we believe more—the Declaration of Independence that says all people are created equal, or the European doctri…
 
This episode’s guests are Regan Williams and Rebecca Morgan, addressing the unique challenges faced by female pastors and women in vocations of ministry. Though it’s a tough subject, this episode is encouraging and hope filled. Contact Tears of Eden tearsofeden.org@gmail.com Support Uncertain & Tears of Eden Support the Gala…
 
“No one can do everything, but everybody can do something.” That is the shortened version of the approach and mission of Uncovered.com. Ashlee Fujawa, Anna Eaglin and Jim Brown have teamed to unleash an army of “citizen detectives” to help address the more than 200,000 cold cases involving murdered or missing people in the United States. They do no…
 
Does God have a body? Did the New Testament writers think that God has a body? Brittany Wilson says, Yes! Her study of Luke-Acts challenges assumptions that God is inherently invisible and incorporeal, and draws multiple lines of connection between images of an embodied God from the Old Testament and similar images in the New Testament. This wide-r…
 
With Coach Summit 2021 just days away, which best practices will help you get the most out of this game-changing experience—and help build your Coaching business? On this week’s National Wake-Up Call, 5-time Elite Coach Virginia Scroggins discusses three important steps to take before and after Summit to maximize your experience and benefit from th…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to discuss her bestselling book, “Jesus & John Wayne.” In this episode, they examine why white evangelicalism left behind some of its militant rhetoric after the Cold War ended in the early 1990s to embrace a kinder, gentler approach epitomized by the Promise Keepers moveme…
 
Colleen Vermeulen, Director of the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan, shares her experience of reading the Catechism of the Catholic Church, how it empowered her faith journey, and how the scriptures keep discipleship grounded. Show notes: (0:32) Emily and Fr. Patrick share updates, reflect on the Solemnity of Pentecost, and introduce this episo…
 
Phil, Christian, and Skye do a deep dive into George Packer’s recent article in the Atlantic called “How America Fractured into 4 Parts.” Packer argues that Americans no longer agree on the country’s purpose, values, history, or meaning. Is he right? And how do Packer’s 4 Americas map onto the church? Then, Skye interviews Kyle Strobel about his ne…
 
How has the church's understanding of salvation grown and shifted over time? What are common misunderstandings that Catholics and Protestants have about salvation? How has this impacted the church? And what is the future of justification as that connects to ecumenical efforts? Eminent church historian Alister McGrath (University of Oxford) has been…
 
In this episode, Noah chats with Shawna Coppola about Renew! ...and about the work that led to her most recent book, Writing Redefined.This episode is a rebroadcast of an episode of OCTELA's Speaking and Listening podcast from a few years ago. This summer, OWP has partnered with OCTELA to share interviews with some of the biggest names in the field…
 
Reaching your peak means committing to 13 weeks of the new 645 program. Are you ready to help your customers make that commitment? Join us for this week’s National Wake-Up Call on the eve of the product launch as we chat with 645 creator and Beachbody Super Trainer Amoila Cesar and get the inside scoop on this revolutionary strength and mobility tr…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani to continue discussing her bestselling book, "Jesus & John Wayne." In this episode, they discuss how evangelicalism fought to maintain traditional authority structures in the home and society, except when those authority structures didn't fit their own political interests w…
 
The hosts of Good Christian Fun join the show to talk about Christian school (with goats!), satellite home school curricula (Covenant Eyes included!) and much more! Follow GCF on Instagram, and Kevin & Caroline on there too. Follow Blake on Twitter @brchastain. Support the show via Substack. This episode was produced by Jake Lewis, thank you Jake! …
 
In this episode, we chat with C. Baxter Kruger, a delightful Trinitarian theologian from Mississippi. Baxter is the perfect mixture of southern grandpa, scotch aficionado, lover of Jesus, and brilliant theologian. Baxter has written a number of books, many essays, and hosts classes and spaces about the nature and wonder of the Incarnation and our m…
 
Pastors need friends. This reality often gets overlooked and leaves pastors lonely, burnt out, and frustrated. The Apostle Paul can get stereotyped as an individual working for God. When we dig into how Paul carried out his ministry, we find a rich example of friendship in working together in ministry. Join Scot and Laura as they unpack what a cult…
 
Tyler Huckabee, senior editor for Relevant, joins the Holy Post crew to defend his recent article about VeggieTales. Did Phil’s mom trick him into creating vegetable characters who are beyond God’s salvation? Then, over 1,000 Cru staff members say the parachurch ministry’s focus on diversity and racism has resulted in mission drift. Are they right …
 
Recommend If You Like with Afriti Bankwalla, Lolo McGrath, Sophie Lucido Johnson, Ian Graham, Joe McAdam, Norman Quarrinton, Jenny Cavallero, Haywood Turnipseed Jr, Mary Beth McAndrews, Kaylee Dugan Recommend If You Like is a new arts and culture magazine by Brandon Wetherbee. This episode features the first 10 writers of RIYL. Afriti Bankwalla (2:…
 
A business trip to New York City decades ago had him thinking, “Oh, my gosh, I made it!” But despite national and international business deals and travels, Scott McCorkle is all Indiana all the time. The Software Artistry-ExactTarget-Salesforce veteran is seeking another big hit with MetaCX and its focus on the software partnership between buyers a…
 
Episode: In this episode we talk with Dr. Leopoldo A. Sánchez M. He is the Werner R.H. and Elizabeth R. Krause Professor of Hispanic Ministries at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, […] The post Leopoldo Sánchez – Sculptor Spirit first appeared on OnScript.By Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling
 
Sonja Hoel Perkins invests in people and companies that matter. She is the founder of The Perkins Fund, Project Glimmer and Broadway Angels. Project Glimmer inspires every girl to envision and realize her empowered future. Broadway Angels is a network of top female venture capitalists and entrepreneurs. Sonja has been a venture capitalist for over …
 
Join us for this week’s National Wake-Up Call as Team Beachbody President Michael Neimand talks to us live from New York City as he marks today’s momentous event: The Beachbody Company going public! Plus, Beachbody Super Trainer Autumn Calabrese makes a cameo appearance to discuss all things Portion Fix. And rounding out the call, 11 Star Diamond C…
 
Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez joins Skye Jethani (co-host of The Holy Post) to discuss her bestselling book, “Jesus & John Wayne.” In this episode, they discuss how the Cold War shaped and defined American evangelicalism, how it differed from earlier 19th-century evangelicalism, and the lingering effects of the Cold War o…
 
Fr. Jake VanAssche, administrator at St. Damien of Molokai Parish in Pontiac, discusses his priestly vocation and the graces that come when we remain open to God. Show notes: (0:25) Emily and Fr. Patrick catch up and share some updates from their lives, including Tigers games, street ministry, reading Romans, a trip to South Bend and more. (6:45) F…
 
With Skye out of town, Phil invites “hardest working man in evangelicalism” Ed Stetzer to sit in and discuss what went down in Nashville last week when 17,000 Southern Baptists all got in one room. What does it mean for Southern Baptists? What does it mean for evangelicalism? And does the mainstream media know the difference between the two? There …
 
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