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Church Over Coffee

This a podcast about people's experience with the church! We want to create a culture and community that talks about the church -- what we love, what we hate, what we've experienced, and why it matters to us!
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Nov 12, 2018

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Church Over Coffee is a podcast about the church. We talk to people about their experience in the church and with faith, and we make space for conversations that are hard to talk about, but need to be shared. We aren’t experts, but our hope is that you would join us in these conversations, process your faith alongside us, and grow with us as we learn from each other. One story at a time, one conversation at at time, we want to move from isolation to connection.

Season 2 Episode 3!

In this episode we talk with Ike Ubasineke who hosts is Nigerian-American, a co-worker of mine at Booster, and we hear about his story and experiences growing up in different church spaces.

Church Over Coffee

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  • Twitter: @churchpodcast
  • Email: churchovercoffee@gmail.com

🎨  Created by Taylor Hendrick & Chris Randazzo

  • Insta: @ta_hendrick & @crandazzo2

 

🎼  Music written and produced by Marco Randazzo

Church Over Coffee is part of Super Team Media.

Learn more at SuperTeamMedia.com. 🎙 🤘🏼

Oct 26, 2018

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Church Over Coffee is a podcast about the church. We talk to people about their experience in the church and with faith, and we make space for conversations that are hard to talk about, but need to be shared. We aren’t experts, but our hope is that you would join us in these conversations, process your faith alongside us, and grow with us as we learn from each other. One story at a time, one conversation at at time, we want to move from isolation to connection.

Season 2 Episode 2!

In this episode we talk with Luke Norsworthy who hosts the Newsworthy with Norsworthy Podcast. We talk about his new book God Over Good, saving your faith by losing your expectations of God.

You can find Luke at: https://lukenorsworthy.com/

Church Over Coffee

  • Insta + FB: @churchovercoffee
  • Twitter: @churchpodcast
  • Email: churchovercoffee@gmail.com

🎨  Created by Taylor Hendrick & Chris Randazzo

  • Insta: @ta_hendrick & @crandazzo2

 

🎼  Music written and produced by Marco Randazzo

Church Over Coffee is part of Super Team Media.

Learn more at SuperTeamMedia.com. 🎙 🤘🏼

Sep 29, 2018

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Church Over Coffee is a podcast about the church. We talk to people about their experience in the church and with faith, and we make space for conversations that are hard to talk about, but need to be shared. We aren’t experts, but our hope is that you would join us in these conversations, process your faith alongside us, and grow with us as we learn from each other. One story at a time, one conversation at at time, we want to move from isolation to connection.

Season 2 if finally here! We're back from our hiatus with the hopes of publishing 2 episodes per month.

In this episode we talk with Robert Vore who started the CXMH Podcast. We talk about his work at the intersection of mental health and Christianity or Faith. In our conversation we discuss some ways the Church overlooks the need to specifically address mental health, prayer and mental health, why it seems we are more psychologically unhealthy than ever, and we hear about Robert’s story and all the work he’s trying he doing now!

You can find Robert Vore / CMXH Podcast at:

Church Over Coffee

  • Insta + FB: @churchovercoffee
  • Twitter: @churchpodcast
  • Email: churchovercoffee@gmail.com

🎨  Created by Taylor Hendrick & Chris Randazzo

  • Insta: @ta_hendrick & @crandazzo2

 

🎼  Music written and produced by Marco Randazzo

 

Church Over Coffee is part of Super Team Media.

Learn more at SuperTeamMedia.com. 🎙 🤘🏼

 

Jun 2, 2018

Hey listeners,

We wanted to wrap up Season 1 and look forward to Season 2 this Fall. BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP! Fill out the survey below and share your thoughts with us to shape season 2.

 

SURVEY HERE!!!!!!

 

Thanks so much for listening. We'll see you back on this RSS feed for Season 2 in the Fall of 2018.

 

Credits:

hosted by: Chris Randazzo & Taylor Hendrick

music by: Marco Randazzo

 

Say Hey:

twitter: @churchpodcast

facebook: @churchovercoffee

email: churchovercoffee@gmail.com

Survey for feedback: https://chrisrandazzo1.typeform.com/to/S0GxO3

 

Feb 9, 2018
We’re so honored to have Bill Pinto as our guest for this episode. He’s a friend, mentor, and neighbor to the show. Bill is a Cobb County native, pastoral counselor, lawyer and on staff at Chris's church — River City Church.
 
He shares his story with us, we get into some life-in-process conversations, and we answer a listener’s question about prayer! Plus... Bill originates his now-famous "half-gallon of ice cream" metaphor! We talk about ice cream for a while… metaphorically speaking.
Jan 6, 2018

Jordan is a friend of ours and a pastor at River City Church in Smyrna, GA (where Chris goes to church). We talk about Jordan's experience being a pastor, his journey through not liking church for a while, and much more! 

Church Website: http://www.rivercitysmyrna.com/

________Jordan's Book List_________

Anything by A.W. Tozer (Knowledge of the Holy is my favorite)

The Mission of God’s People by Christopher Wright (this is the one we discussed on air that’s a little easier to read than the Mission of God)

(Re)Aligning with God by Brian Russell (uses a missional hermeneutic for approaching the biblical narrative)

Resident Aliens by Hauerwas and Willimon (a great book on the nature and identity of the church)

Everyday Church by Chester and Timmis (easy read on the identity of the church)

Community by Brad House (pragmatic book on church small groups)

Shrink by Tim Suttle (a good look at how the heart of church is small discipleship over big programs)

They Found the Secret by Edman (great book that explores the experiences of popular historic Christians and their experiences with the Holy Spirit)

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Credits:

Music by Marco Randazzo

Produced by Chris Randazzo

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