S2A7 - Arguing Well with Anthony Bosman

December 06, 2017
This week Anthony Bosman joins me to talk about arguing well. With the arrival of social media and a more connected world than ever, perhaps there is a need for re-examining how we argue with each other and recapture the beautiful growth that takes place when people argue well.
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S2A6 - Nonviolent Peacemakers with Luke Steen

December 06, 2017
Luke  Steen has been on a pretty big journey lately. He is embracing the idea of Nonviolent Peacemaking. What is it? How does it work? How does it harmonize with the violence we find in Scripture that is seemingly God-ordained?   Also, make sure to check out SWAYY Hammocks! Mus...
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S2A5 - Selfish Mission Work with Ben Kreiter

December 06, 2017
Join me as I talk with Ben Kreiter about Short-term Mission trips and disaster relief and how we may have poisoned our effectiveness by approaching them with a consumer mindset. We love mission work and we love missionaries. We just want to re-frame common dangerous mind-sets that have pervaded the short-term missions culture. Also, make...
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S2A4 - Becoming a Learner with Garrison Hayes

December 06, 2017
Garrison Hayes is our guest on the show this week. We talk about his experience with white supremacy, why he prefers to reframe the conversation around a different term than racism, and how everyone can approach this controversial issue more respectfully and effectively. In the episode, Garrison shares some helpful resources to educate yourself on today's topic, here are they are below: Film:
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S2A3 - What is a Salvation Issue? with Pastor Jeff Carlson

December 06, 2017
This week I have Pastor Jeff Carlson with me to talk about how we use the term "Salvation Issue" to deflect the importance of controversial topics. Join us as we talk about loving the "other side" better and exploring how we can better communicate in hard conversations. Jeff is no stranger to controversial issues and topics and is a good friend of mine. I...
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