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Spanish Description: Merienda es otro nombre para una cena o té ligero en la noche, y generalmente es informal y, a menudo, una oportunidad para reunirse con amigos. En este mismo sentido, en "Merienda Menonita," Jonathan Minchala y Peter Wigginton compartirán historias y conversarán con invitados sobre cómo vivir el llamado cristiano en América Latina. Juntos exploran cómo seguir a Cristo en la vida cotidiana, y qué puede ofrecer el anabautismo a la iglesia latinoamericana de hoy. "Merienda ...
 
Shalom Sistas is a podcast hosted by Osheta Moore, a wifey, writer, entrepreneur, and mom who loves to talk Shalom with her favorite women, her Shalom Sistas. While Shalom is often thought of as another word for peace, it’s actually a deep and wide concept of the world as it should be- whole, flourishing, and vibrant. Being a Shalom Sistah is as simple as seeing a need in the world and asking "how can I help?" Every episode Osheta will introduce a Shalom Sista who asked that question to shar ...
 
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Peter y Jonathan conversan de varios temas fascinantes con la comunicadora Wendy Vado de Nicaragua. Wendy comparte sobre los desafíos de fomentar la lectura en las comunidades de fe y también comparte sobre sus propios escritos y el papel de la mujer en la iglesia. Peter and Jonathan break into several fascinating topics with communicator Wendy Vad…
 
What is success in teaching? “One [success] is that over time students become more like Jesus. On a more academic side, one of the things that I look for in my students is that over time they become better thinkers.”John Kuhns loves learning and strives to pass this to his students by teaching well. John is a teacher at Faith Builders Christian Sch…
 
En este episodio, la mexicana Marisol Arriaga comparte con Jonathan y Peter sobre las intersecciones entre la música y el pastorado y también sobre su trabajo con MTAL. Marisol también comparte algunas de sus canciones. In this episode, Marisol Arriaga, from Mexico, shares with Jonathan and Peter about the intersections between music and pastoring …
 
Can owning a company help one serve God? How does a business develop a Kingdom focus? Verlon Miller describes what he has seen on the inside of Anabaptist businesses as a business advisor. Verlon has been blessed to see the generosity many business owners have.Find more information about Gehman Business Advisors: https://www.gehmanaccounting.com/ge…
 
En esta conversación Peter y Jonathan comparten con Erica Schütze de la Patagonia, Argentina. Erica comparte sobre los desafíos, retos y bendiciones de pastorear a su familia, del amor en la comunidad en tiempos de duelo y de ser esposa de pastor. In this conversation Peter and Jonathan share with Erica Schütze from Patagonia, Argentina. Erica shar…
 
As a youth, Stephen Russell was politically active in the pro-life movement. As he grew in his understanding of life and Christ, he recognized that speaking to the heart was more effective than changing political policy.“If I impose a Christian morality on others, I haven’t really helped them move forward in their own lives.”Blinded By Might: https…
 
Siguiendo con la Merienda, Carolina Pérez conversa con Jonathan y Peter acerca de su trabajo con las comunidades rurales en Colombia. Carolina reflexiona sobre las diferencias entre las comunidades rurales y urbanas y los retos que tienen por delante. También cuenta cómo estas comunidades le han bendecido. Continuing with the Merienda, Carolina Pér…
 
I live in a country where voting is mandatory, is it okay to vote? What is the correct response to the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions? Why don’t Anabaptists just call themselves “Early Church”? Today Jaran Miller, Reagan Schrock, and Marlin Sommers respond to three questions from our audience.Jaran, Reagan, and Marlin are all on the Anabaptist Pers…
 
En este episodio Jonathan y Peter comparten con la comunicadora social y fotógrafa argentina, Almendra Fantilli. Conversan sobre su nuevo documental "El Culto" y también sobre su caminar como cristiana a través de la vida. In this episode Jonathan and Peter share with the Argentine social communicator and photographer, Almendra Fantilli. They talk …
 
How can higher education strengthen one’s faith? What about going to college leads people away from Christ? Vince Beiler discusses how his education interacts with his faith. Vince asks, “[W]hen Christians who join academia become agnostic, is the problem with the Christian or with the organization they entered?This is the 135th episode of Anabapti…
 
In this episode Jonathan and Peter share with the writer and Christian activist from the USA, Shane Claiborne. Shane shares in this merienda about his life in community and his work in different parts of the world. Shane also shares about the work of reconciliation and justice. Shane Claiborne is a Christian activist and author who is a leading fig…
 
En este episodio Jonathan y Peter conversan con el escritor y activista cristiano de USA, Shane Claiborne. Shane comparte en esta merienda sobre su vida en comunidad y su trabajo en diferentes partes del mundo. Shane también comparte sobre el trabajo de reconciliación y justicia. Shane Claiborne es un escritor y activista cristiano. Figura destacad…
 
What is the Christian response to the trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin? What does real justice for George Floyd look like? How should the Church help to fix racism? Zack Johnson discusses ideal justice. The Christian’s hope is in total love for God and humans. Zachary Johnson serves as Dean of Students at Sattler College. https://www.sattlerco…
 
En el episodio #82 tenemos una animada conversación con Ramón "Moncho" Guevara, pastor en Riobamba-Ecuador. Jonathan y Peter indagan en varios temas con Moncho: desde su camino al anabautismo, su paso por diferentes denominaciones hasta su apreciación por la comida. In episode 82 we have a lively conversation with Ramón "Moncho" Guevara, pastor in …
 
What is it like to live closely with Christians from a different culture? Daniel shares stories of his interaction with the Chinese church. His faith was challenged and he saw the need to accept the simple interpretation of the Bible.See our previous episode for more of Daniel's personal journey following Christ. https://youtu.be/R3IvctNiVhk Patron…
 
Para concluir nuestra seria sobre el trabajo misionero en el norte de Argentina y sobre el libro “Misión sin Conquista”, Peter y Jonathan reflexionan sobre las seis entrevistas de la serie. To conclude our series on the missionary work in northern Argentina and on the book “Mission without Conquest,” Peter and Jonathan reflect on the six interviews…
 
Do foreign missions cause more harm or good? How can missionaries keep from merging their culture and the gospel? Three members of the Anabaptist Perspectives administrative team, Jaran, Marlin, and Reagan, discuss feedback that we have received from our audience.Jaran, Marlin, and Reagan are all frequent contributors to our Patron exclusive Ask An…
 
En nuestra entrevista número 80 Jonathan y Peter terminan la serie sobre el trabajo de Misión sin Conquista en el norte de Argentina con los pueblos indígenas. Conversan con el lider indígena Juan Victorica del chaco sobre la iglesia indígena y su comunidad. In our 80th interview Jonathan and Peter end the series on the work of Mission without Conq…
 
It is impossible to live without tradition. How can we minimize the liabilities? How can we use tradition for our benefit?“The most destructive traditions that are there claim not to be traditions. Our job is many times to excavate a little bit behind and say, ‘Well, there is actually continuity here. This is a tradition too: here are the strengths…
 
Siguiendo nuestra serie sobre el trabajo con las iglesias Toba Qom en el norte de Argentina , Jonathan y Peter conversan con Rafael Mansilla, lider de la iglesia indígena. Rafael comparte sobre la historia de la misión y también sobre los retos actuales de su pueblo. Following our series on working with the Toba Qom churches in northern Argentina, …
 
What is the importance of knowing Hebrew? Why would one go to Cambridge to study language? Vince Beiler explains how understanding the original languages of the Bible helps us to understand it better.“So much [of] what you see in the Hebrew Bible is an open ended discussion, an invitation to think about something on a much deeper level.”Buy: “Genes…
 
Does being human require tradition? What are examples of tradition in Scripture? Kyle Stoltzfus explains the necessity of tradition in Christianity.“This is about benefiting from, appreciating, and participating in a cultural legacy larger than oneself. The central burden is that we are recipients of spiritual and moral wealth. We can respond in a …
 
Siguiendo en nuestra serie sobre el trabajo misionero con las comunidades indígenas del norte de Argentina, Peter y Jonathan conversan con un obrero fraternal del equipo menonita actual, José Oyanguren. José comparte sobre el trabajo actual con los líderes indígenas. Continuing in our series on missionary work with indigenous communities in norther…
 
Daniel felt God’s call to serve in China. While planting churches in China, he started applying parts of the Bible that are frequently associated with Anabaptism. Listen to Daniel’s encouraging journey of being sold out to Christ and his work.In an upcoming episode Daniel shares more stories of the Chinese church.Buy David Bercot’s books: https://s…
 
En nuestro episodio número 77 conversamos con Quito y Ana Kingsley de EEUU. Quito y Ana fueron parte del equipo misionero menonita en Formosa, Argentina. Por 14 años trabajaron con comunidades indígenas. Ellos nos comparten sobre los logros y retos de su ministerio. In our 77th episode we spoke with Quito and Ana Kingsley from the US. Quito and Ana…
 
We all have a cultural heritage. How does it affect us? What are right ways to view our heritage? Kyle Stoltzfus wants us to recognize traditions that are helpful and essential in Christian living.“When we build with heritage, we recognize tools that we have been handed. We learn to exercise ourselves and apply ourselves to the tools that we actual…
 
En nuestro segundo episodio enfocado en el trabajo del equipo misionero en el Chaco argentino, Jonathan y Peter conversan con Luis Acosta. Luis comparte sobre su trabajó por más de 15 años en el Chaco, en el acompañamiento de iglesias indigenas locales y en la traducción del Antiguo Testamento. In our second episode focuses on the work of the missi…
 
What church culture nurtures Christian growth? How do we integrate newcomers into church? Ernest Eby is passionate about church and outreach. Diversity and equality are necessary for flourishing in Christian maturity. Earnest describes three church cultures which either encourage or discourage the maturing of members. “[Christian Growth is] growing…
 
Jaran talks about Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness,” and Reagan talks about Kevin Horsley’s “Unlimited Memory.”Though “Heart of Darkness” is one of the most studied books in academia, many such as China Achebe believe that it is harmful. How have you experienced this book? We want to hear from you.Visit kingdomoutpost.org to find our friends’ pod…
 
Josh Good’s episode on voting provoked a lot of discussion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYooZM6TDlc One listener charged that using the word “President” to describe Jesus is a severe demotion of his kingly status. Kyle Stoltzfus, Marlin Sommers, and Reagan Schrock evaluated the charge on an episode of our patron only podcast, which was released…
 
¡Estamos en una nueva serie! Peter y Jonathan arrancan su serie de conversaciones sobre la misión menonita en el Chaco argentino con el misionero y autor Frank Paul. Frank comparte sobre la historia de la misión en el Chaco y sobre el libro "Misión sin conquista". We are in a new series! Peter and Jonathan kick off their series of conversations abo…
 
What are benefits of having intellectual pursuits? What are some of the challenges that come along with focusing on the intellect? Michael Hochstetler talks about the process he went through trying to balance attentiveness to the intellect, emotions, and spirit. He encourages those with intellectual interests to reach out and to show interest in th…
 
En el episodio 74 charlamos con el colombiano Martín Nates. Director de Justapaz; Martín conversa con Peter y Jonathan sobre la historia de Justapaz y el trabajo de reconciliación en su país. In episode 74 we chat with Colombian Martín Nates. The director of Justapaz; Martín talks with Peter and Jonathan about the history of Justapaz and the reconc…
 
How is Christianity distinct from world religions? What does Anabaptism add to Christendom? Stephen Russell discusses two ways that Christianity is different than world religions: entry by choice and separation from governments. He considers how the early church, early Anabaptists, and the church today view these topics. Stephen also discusses the …
 
Reagan and Jaran wax esoteric. Reagan has been been reading N.T. Wright's translation of the New Testament called "The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation," and Jaran has been musing about a book he read a long time ago, James Davidson Hunter's "To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Moder…
 
How can we study the Bible with those who do not have a Christian background? Which parts of the scriptures do these people find the hardest to understand? Ernest Eby, from State College Pennsylvania, shares his experience helping others understand the Bible. "If people can tell that you care, they are going to be more open to Bible studies and the…
 
Para ir cerrando nuestra serie sobre Alabanza y Liturgia, Peter y Jonathan conversan con el músico y escritor argentino Lucas Magnin. Lucas comparte un poco sobre su último libro y también explica sobre la "liturgia del shopping" y la liturgia como pedagogía. To close our series focusing on Praise and Liturgy, Peter and Jonathan talk with the Argen…
 
How does studying science challenge a Christian’s faith? In what ways do conservative Anabaptists tend to view science wrongly? In this episode, John Mark Kuhns discusses how higher education and the study of science affected his faith in God. John Mark encourages us to correctly understand how science works to find truth. This episode is the secon…
 
En esta entrevista con la cantante boliviana Aline Milan, Peter y Jonathan investigan los desafíos y retos que las comunidades de fe tienen por delante en estos tiempos de pandemia y pos-pandemia. Aline también comparte sobre el trabajo de alabanza y liturgia con diferentes iglesias. In this interview with Bolivian singer Aline Milan, Peter and Jon…
 
How should Christians view secular science? In what ways does properly understanding nature affect the way we live? John Mark Kuhns, a teacher at Faith Builders Christian School, has a record of pursuing the sciences. In this episode, he discusses how Christians should view and be involved in science. John Mark specifically discusses evolution and …
 
Siguiendo en la serie de Alabanza y Liturgia, Peter y Jonathan conversan con el cantante y músico Kichwa ecuatoriano Tino Picuasi. Tino reflexiona sobre su caminar hasta llegar a ser un músico cristiano. También nos cuenta sobre los retos de hacer música en Ecuador. Continuing in the Praise and Liturgy series, Peter and Jonathan converse with the E…
 
Reagan and Jaran are back! Jaran talks about a book that influenced him several years ago, Rod Dreher’s “The Benedict Option.” Reagan talks about a book that he recently read called “Show Your Work” by Austin Kleon. Visit kingdomoutpost.org to find our firends’ podcasts. All the music in this episode is from Blue Dot Sessions at sessions.blue. Find…
 
Why are the early church beliefs important today? How can studying early church writings help to clarify scripture for us? In this episode, David Bercot shares the most important lessons that he has learned through studying church history. David encourages us to not view the early church writings as scripture, but as insight into how the authors un…
 
Siguiendo en nuestro caminar a través de la liturgia y alabanza, conversamos con Matamba, cantante y músico afro-boliviano. Matamba comparte sobre el género musical rock pesado (hardcore) en Bolivia y su caminar hacia lo que él llama el dread-core (mezcla de rock pesado y reggae). Continuing with our walk through the liturgy and praise, we share wi…
 
Joel Martin shares his story in this episode about deciding to stay Anabaptist. As a youth, Joel was discontented with the level of spiritual life that he saw in Anabaptist churches and planned to leave. Before he left though, a few events happened in his life that caused his perspective to change. Joel ends the episode by briefly sharing about the…
 
En este episodio continuamos con la serie de alabanza y liturgia y entrevistamos a Ana Heloysa sobre misión y alabanza desde lo cotidiano. Además Ana nos comenta su vivencia en el norte de Brasil. In this episode we continue with the praise and liturgy series and interview Ana Heloysa about mission and praise in our daily lives. Also, Ana tells us …
 
How can an individual help to strengthen their church? How can we help people to begin to love their church? In this episode, Val shares his heart for the local church and gives practical direction for ways to be a blessing in one’s brotherhood. Val encourages Christians to view the church as the people that they will spend eternity with.Visit Kitc…
 
This episode is part two of an interview with Bryant Martin about hospitality. Here Bryant moves from describing the importance of hospitality to telling personal stories about how he has seen being hospitable work out. Bryant finishes the interview by quoting Rosaria Butterfield, “Radical, ordinary, and daily hospitality is a basic building block …
 
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