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The Biblical Basis for Diversity and Reconciliation

The Biblical Basis for Diversity and Reconciliation

In this interview with Pastor Samuel Son we discuss the biblical basis for diversity and reconciliation. Touring through Acts, Galatians, Romans and Ephesians we discovered some often (intentionally?) overlooked, but powerful truths along the way.We also talk about the role technology plays in bridging the barriers of language and culture that have long divided the church. Listen in to hear the reason behind common barriers churches face when it comes to diversity and reconciliation as well as one simple phrase that opens doors for transformation.

Making Disciples in a Millennial Marketplace

In this episode we have Francis Floth, senior staff with Cru city nyc sharing about the transition from campus ministry to making disciples in a millennial marketplace.  Francis talks about the challenges millennials face spiritually and practically. Despite being constantly connected to the Internet, many express a persistent longing for purposeful community. Listen in and learn about the new Cru initiative reaching post-college professionals and how Christians can help make disciples in this important context.

Starting a Christian Digital Movement in Germany

Starting a Christian Digital Movement in Germany

Audio Only: In this episode we have Guido Falkenberg, founder of Gott Digital, a movement based in Germany bringing together “Digital pioneers for a better future”. Guido talks with us about his conference aimed at creating a network of IT...

Encoding Hospitality into Culture – Emily Nelson

Encoding Hospitality into Culture – Emily Nelson

What is true, Christ-like hospitality? How do you show Christian hospitality? In what ways does technology affect our ability to connect with others? How can churches reimagine their role in welcoming others and building community?
In this episode, Emily Nelson with Christ & Cascadia shares about the art of conversation, the Seattle freeze, and why hospitality matters. Learn one practical step anyone can take to welcome others and begin initiating cultural transformation.

Redeeming Dance Parties – Faith+Work Theology Applied

Redeeming Dance Parties – Faith+Work Theology Applied

How does God redeem dance parties? What does it look like to live out your faith at work, even when you’re at the bottom of the ladder? How can churches support people in the marketplace?
In this episode, Pastor Royce Yuen shares about faith and DJing and dance parties, and imagining a new way to share the love of Christ with others.

Episode 3: Happy New Year!

Episode 3: Happy New Year!

In this episode, Chris, Allen, and Natasha sit down and chat about their top three milestones from last year, as well as each of their goals for 2018.

What does it mean to “be an adult”? What gadget changed Chris’ life? How have we seen God at work in our lives? Join us as we discuss these and more in this podcast!

Bonus Episode: Theology of Technology conversation with Dr. William Mari

Bonus Episode: Theology of Technology conversation with Dr. William Mari

In this episode of the TheoTech Podcast, Professor William Mari from Northwest University hosts a conversation on the theology of technology with Chris Lim, co-founder of TheoTech. We talk about whether or not AI will take over the church, the limits of translation technology in bridging cultures, survey various Christian responses to technology and have an all around good time.

Finding Fellowship in the Workplace (feat. Jesse Chang)

Finding Fellowship in the Workplace (feat. Jesse Chang)

How can pastors emotionally and spiritually support Christians in the workplace?
What can Christians do when they feel social isolation at work?
How do you find fellow believers at work?

Join us as we answer these questions with Jesse Chang, a program manager at Amazon who is also one of the leaders of a prayer gathering of believers at work.

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