Chelsea is the author of "Longing for Motherhood: Holding On to Hope in the Midst of Childlessness." She joined the show to talk about her story, her book, and her experience in how communities walk through mourning and joy together.
Link to Chelsea's book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0802416128/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=chelseapatter-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=0802416128&linkId=1f204d4c3ac39324a85664dafdb2fa20
Link to Chelsea's Website: http://www.chelseapattersonsobolik.com/
In this episode I talk with Chase Tibbs about this story, his podcast, and why he passionate about understanding and acknowledging all the different aspects of capitalism in America and questions we should asking about capitalism in light of our faith.
In his podcast, "Faith & Capital," Chase reflects on the theological and ethical implications of the system and social relations of capitalism.
Chase is also a socialist and we get into thoughts on alternative ways of thinking about America's economic system.
Faith & Capital Podcast
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Justin is an Atheist I met who volunteers with The Atheist Experience. We got on the phone (or the internet) and talked about what it means to him to be an atheist, dispelling some stereotypes about atheists and atheism, and then some deep questions about love and meaning.
Early on in our conversation it became clear we both are for fighting against and us/them mentality. As a Christian, I think it can be easy to think of atheists as the enemy, and so I hope this conversation helps shed light on why atheists can be nice people too, why we probably agree on much more than we disagree, and why its good to have conversations with those whom you disagree.
YouTube Channel for "The Atheist Experience": https://www.youtube.com/user/TheAtheistExperience
I talk with Hannah about that time she called me with news of her renewed faith at time (unbeknownst to her) that I had just lost mine.
Hannah shares her story, we talk about what it's like being a normal Christian, and we talk about some ideas of how the church could look.
Jon Scott is host of the "Holy Heretics" podcast, a weekly podcast about alternative theology for spiritual misfits. Jon joins me for a conversation about his story, why he names his show "Holy Heretics" and much more.
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Justin Cook and I are both part of the RCC family. Justin endearingly says RCC isn't his church, but it's his family. And anyone who knows Justin knows this to be true. There aren't a lot of people I know like Justin, who love others so freely like him. In this episode Justin shares his story of growing up in a cult, how he was kicked out, and how he ended up at RCC.
Robert Walker is a friend and colleague at Booster Enterprises, but he recently started a newsletter for Enneagram 9 Men, aptly called "The 9 Man." It has been a super encouraging newsletter for me, so I wanted to bring him on to talk about why he started it and talk more about the Enneagram and faith.
"The 9 Man" Newsletter - a newsletter for Enneagram 9 men!
my favorite episode --> https://mailchi.mp/00b438750a33/9-man-episode-33165
Sara Turner is a pastor at River City Church in Smyrna, GA. She talks about being a female pastor and shared her story of growing up in NY and ending up pastor in GA.
Today I got on the phone with Mark Casper, friend and fellow podcaster, to talk about the Fellows Initiative he is starting in ATL and his passion for having a gospel-centered worldview around work and life.
Email Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Over Coffee, an original podcast by Super Team Media. Hosted by Chris Randazzo.
Chris is curious about the church. Sometimes passionate. Church Over Coffee for the last couple years has been a way to talk to others about their experience in the church.
The new vision for church over coffee is for normal people who are curious about the church getting together and talking about the church. We want to ask questions, discuss answers, and figure out what it means for our real lives.
Questions We'll Ask: What is the church? How do we participate in the church? How do we participate AS the church? Why care at all? What is the church getting wrong? What requirements are there to be part of the church?
Target Audience: if you're curious about the church, go to church, on a break from the church, have church hurt, if you've given up on the church, if you ask why care about the church? In general, if you like to ask "why?"
New Episodes will air every Sunday.
This podcast is less about critique, and more about encouragement, inspiration, and reconstruction.