All of the Above
Summary: This is All of the Above, the podcast where we couldn’t decide whether to focus on theology, sharing stories, discussing books, or philosophy of ministry so we chose to do all of the above.
Bryce Harrison and Sarah Gilliam discuss The Wizard of Oz and how its reading can incite love for God and a longing for home. Whether this is your first time down the yellow brick road or if you are a resident of the emerald city you will not want to miss this episode.
Jonathan, Trevor, and Aaron discuss the importance of prayer in the life of the believer and steps toward praying well.
You will NEVER guess what we discuss!
This past Sunday, Trevor shared Brett McCracken's wisdom pyramid. What is helpful about this? What does each tier entail? Give this episode a listen as Trevor and Aaron sort through what they found helpful.
Jonathan Franklin and Trevor Hoffman discuss Andrew Wilson's book Spirit and Sacrament: An Invitation to Eucharismatic Worship.
Jonathan Franklin, Bryce Harrison, and Mikey Smith discuss the way stories impact evangelism and how a stoplight can help categorize evangelistic encounters.
Aaron and Bryce discuss evangelism; the what, why, how, and who. Give it a listen!
A few weeks back, Trevor and Josh sat down to discuss the pandemic, the Christian discussion around masks, and how we MUST navigate differing convictions in these contentious times. ---- Ken Sande article: https://rw360.org/2013/03/07/charitable-judgements-an-antidote-to-judging-others/ Brett McCracken wisdom pyramid: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/watch-diet-in-covid-19-crisis/ Brett McCracken article on wearing masks as neighbor love: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/4-reasons-wear-mask/
Trevor and Aaron discuss the difference between God's rest and ours, and the presence of God we experience now and what we'll experience in the New Jerusalem.
Trevor and Aaron discuss a few recently questions. What is the purpose of The Big Questions forum? Why are we choosing to do it at this time? What does help from God actually look like? I can't see him. If the church is Jesus' body, how do I distinguish between looking for encouragement from him through his body vs. merely relying on other humans? How do I know that help from the church is actually help from God and not just some nice people?
Trevor and Aaron discuss a few recently questions. With a guest appearance from Trevor's kids.
Once again pastoral resident, Jonathan Franklin, talks with our church planter, Bryce Harrison, and one of our members, Reagan Koschel, on J.R.R. Tolkien's epic, The Lord of the Rings, and how they help us love Jesus.
Pastoral resident, Jonathan Franklin, talks with our church planter, Bryce Harrison, and one of our members, Reagan Koschel, on how reading incites love for God and His good world.
How ought we think of hell? And specifically annihilationism? What about the death penalty? Can broken people in a broken system deliver true justice? Trevor, Aaron, & Bryce spend some time discussing these two questions via Zoom. Thanks, Zoom!
The questions Trevor and Aaron tackle: What happened to the toy room? Why don’t we do the feasts given to Israel any longer? What about the Lord’s Supper? Why didn’t Trevor mention mention that? Isn’t that literally a “feast” Christians practice? Why aren’t we taking the Lord's Supper during our time apart?