Elevating voices who are re-imagining faith.
25: Inerrancy, Authority & Inspiration w/ Pete Enns, author of "The Bible Tells Me So"
April 05, 2018 02:28 PM PDT
In episode 25, we do a re-broadcast of one of our most popular episodes about the Bible. If you missed the original broadcast or are newer to our show, listen in as we chat with author and Old Testament scholar Pete Enns. We take on inerrancy, authority, inspiration and how to approach the Bible with less bias. Essentially, learning to read the Bible and "let it be what it is".
Learn more about Pete at peteenns.com.
[this is a re-broadcast of episode 5]24: Loving God With Your Mind w/ Danny Prada of Heartway Church
March 26, 2018 05:00 AM PDT
In episode 24, we talk with Danny Prada of Heartway Church. Danny started a new church while simultaneously deconstructing his faith. If you want to hear from a pastor who is in the middle of theological transition but hasn't completely given up on the church, then this is the episode for you. We talk about the result of loving God with your mind, critically approaching the bible and making room for people to think for themselves. You can learn more about Danny here: www.heartwaychurch.com23: Spiritual Direction w/ Lacy Clark Ellman of A Sacred Journey
February 19, 2018 05:00 AM PST
In episode 23, we sit down with Lacy Clark Ellman of A Sacred Journey to talk about the practice of spiritual direction. Spiritual direction is an ancient practice which helps us explore the spiritual aspect of being human. A spiritual director helps us pay attention and notice the movement of God in our lives. Lacy shares her story with us while talking about the history of spiritual direction and the resurgence of this ancient practice today. We even do a mini spiritual direction session at the end of the episode to give you a taste! Lacy is a spiritual director, pilgrimage guide, artist and lives in Seattle, WA. You can learn more at: www.asacredjourney.net22: Parenting through Deconstruction w/ Kevin Neuner of Spark Church
February 05, 2018 05:00 AM PST
In episode 22, we talk with our returning guest, Kevin Neuner from Spark Church, about parenting through deconstruction. It can be hard to talk about God, spirituality, and church as you’re reimagining or reconstructing your faith. We talk about being a sojourner alongside your kids rather than prescribing “right beliefs” and how children can be a valuable sage in our journey. Kevin draws on decades of studying the Rabbinic traditions and way of Jesus to invite us to a new posture for parenting.21: The Evolution of a Church PART 2 w/ Ryan Meeks of Eastlake Church
January 10, 2018 06:22 AM PST
In episode 21, we continue with part 2 of our conversation with Ryan Meeks of Eastlake Church in Seattle, WA. We pick up where we left off and continue talking about an interfaith posture, not having the exclusive truth and Ryan's motto — life is a gift and love is the point. This episode is bound to provoke you, introduce you to new ways of thinking and ultimately open you up to a more loving and inclusive posture. Learn more about Ryan at: www.eastlakecc.com20: The Evolution of a Church PART 1 w/ Ryan Meeks of Eastlake Church
January 08, 2018 05:00 AM PST
In episode 20, we sit down with Ryan Meeks who is the founder of Eastlake Church near Seattle, WA. Eastlake has always been known as an innovative community approaching church and spirituality in new ways. Ryan is most well known for being featured in TIME when Eastlake was one of the first evangelical megachurches to move to an open & affirming stance for the LGBTQ community. Ryan's story is one of continually being open to wherever your spiritual journey might take you even if that means you have to experience great loss and let go of everything you've once known. You can keep up with Ryan at his blog titled "things I'll disagree with in 3yrs or less": http://vwmeeks.tumblr.com.Welcome to 2018!
January 01, 2018 11:28 AM PST
On this episode, Kyle asks one question about 2017, and how this question can propel us into 2018. VoicesBox winners, your boxes will be in the mail this week!Giveaway, Updates, Reconstruction
December 04, 2017 10:57 AM PST
Just a short episode talking about a big giveaway we're doing along with updates about 2018 and the future of the show! The show is growing and we love getting to do this! Thanks for tuning in.19: An Inclusion Story w/ Fred Harrell from City Church SF
November 13, 2017 05:00 AM PST
In episode 19, we chat with Fred Harrell from City Church in San Francisco. In 2014, Fred led his church to full inclusion for the LGBTQ community. His story is one of continually being open to the movements of God and trying to create a table where everyone is welcome. You'll hear the heart of a loving father in Fred and hopefully be inspired to live more openly and inclusive. Learn more about Fred and City Church at: https://www.citychurchsf.org.18: Feminism, Religious Modesty & “The Beauty Suit” w/ Lauren Shields
October 30, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
In episode 18, we talk with author Lauren Shields about her upcoming book entitled, “The Beauty Suit: How My Year of Religious Modesty Made Me a Better Feminist.” Lauren investigated modesty practices of Islam, Judaism and Christianity and then took off what she calls The Beauty Suit for a year. Her experiment turned into personal liberation and lasting change. Learn more about Lauren at www.laurenjshields.com.
There are a growing number of people who have given up on church, hit a wall in their faith, or been left with lingering question regarding the Christian tradition which was passed down to them. But they're not ready to entirely walk away from God, spirituality, or faith — if anything, they believe faith is what grounds us and helps us to make a difference in our shared world.
Maybe this is your story.
We started this podcast to elevate voices who are re-imagining faith.
There are a growing number of people who have given up on church, hit a wall in their faith, or been left with lingering question regarding the christian tradition which was passed down to them. But, they're not ready to entirely walk away from God, spirituality, or faith — if anything, they believe faith is what grounds us, and helps us to make a difference in our shared world. Maybe this is your story. We started this podcast to elevate voices who are re-imagining faith.
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