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We want to impact this generation of Anabaptist people through training them to think properly—to really engage with the questions that our communities face today. Thinking is not just using bigger words or reading thicker books. It is learning the mind of Christ—learning to love God and others more.
 
Spanish Description: Merienda es otro nombre para una cena o té ligero en la noche, y generalmente es informal y, a menudo, una oportunidad para reunirse con amigos. En este mismo sentido, en "Merienda Menonita," Jonathan Minchala y Peter Wigginton compartirán historias y conversarán con invitados sobre cómo vivir el llamado cristiano en América Latina. Juntos exploran cómo seguir a Cristo en la vida cotidiana, y qué puede ofrecer el anabautismo a la iglesia latinoamericana de hoy. "Merienda ...
 
Shalom Sistas is a podcast hosted by Osheta Moore, a wifey, writer, entrepreneur, and mom who loves to talk Shalom with her favorite women, her Shalom Sistas. While Shalom is often thought of as another word for peace, it’s actually a deep and wide concept of the world as it should be- whole, flourishing, and vibrant. Being a Shalom Sistah is as simple as seeing a need in the world and asking "how can I help?" Every episode Osheta will introduce a Shalom Sista who asked that question to shar ...
 
MennoHealth Cast podcast is a production of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship in collaboration with The Mennonite, Inc. The first series, "Mennos in Medicine," consists of conversational interviews with Anabaptist folks working in various health fields. MennoHealth Cast seeks to highlight the personal stories of nurses, doctors, health researchers, dentists, chaplains, social workers, advanced practitioners and others involved in various fields related to the care of human beings. MennoHealth ...
 
Rapture Drill is a podcast dedicated to reframing Revelation, the End Times, and our weird obsession with the apocalypse. This show is curated by Kurt Willems and available online at TheologyCurator.com/RaptureDrill. It is part of the Theology Curator resource network. If you're ready to leave behind Left Behind: we get it. If you’ve been traumatized by doom-and-gloom preaching: let us bring you a good old-fashioned dose of hope. Together, we’ll explore the New Testament passages about the s ...
 
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This episode is part two of an interview with Bryant Martin about hospitality. Here Bryant moves from describing the importance of hospitality to telling personal stories about how he has seen being hospitable work out. Bryant finishes the interview by quoting Rosaria Butterfield, “Radical, ordinary, and daily hospitality is a basic building block …
 
Have you ever considered that unanimity might be dangerous? In part 1 of this episode we discuss the danger of unanimity and the necessity of a diversity of opinions. And in part 2, we talk about Ravi Zacharias and revelations of sexual impropriety. More importantly we discuss what happens when the people we look up to fail and who we consider hero…
 
A year into the COVID pandemic, Jesse and Marla talk about their experiences working in Emergency Medicine and Primary Care. Marla is a nurse practitioner in primary care and Jesse is an emergency medicine physician and COVID has changed both their personal priorities and professional practice. They discuss the expected and unexpected challenges th…
 
Have you ever seen people trying to leave as much tradition behind as they can, but still being very traditional in the way they live regardless? Drew and Elijah try to answer this mystery while discussing how to rightly relate to traditions like specific clothing standards that may be overemphasized in some churches. Support the show (https://payp…
 
I make plans. I create checklists. Checking boxes on those checklists is one of my greatest joys. And I’m TOAST without my calendar and its checklists. But Luke’s gospel gives us two very familiar stories in a row (Jesus at the home of Martha & Mary, and the parable of the Samaritan that many call ‘good’), and when taken together, a thread emerges.…
 
This week’s episode of Dan Dan and Ann Ann we are joined by Matthew Baron, we compare injuries, encourage Danielle in her fitness goals, play “Good, Bad, Worst” and play One Question. https://archive.org/download/ddaaa-feb-20th_202102/DDAAA%20Feb%2020th.mp3 __ATA.cmd.push(function() { __ATA.initDynamicSlot({ id: 'atatags-26942-60331773e5159', locat…
 
En nuestra primer entrevista de nuestra serie sobre Alabanza y Liturgia conversamos con el cantautor colombiano Santiago Benavides. En este episodio pueden escuchar la primera mitad de nuestra conversación donde Santiago nos comenta sobre su trabajo y sobre la alabanza durante la pandemia. In our first interview in our Praise and Liturgy series, we…
 
What is the importance of hospitality for Christians? How can one show a spirit of hospitality beyond just inviting others into their house? Bryant Martin, owner of Sowers Harvest Café, shares about the example of hospitality that Jesus left for his disciples. Bryant quotes Mark Glanville saying, “We learn from Jesus fellowship meals that our table…
 
A group has been meeting weekly for the past couple of months, going chapter-by-chapter through "Pursuing God's Will Together" by Ruth Haley Barton, a foundational text for the spiritual discerning we have done as church the past 7+ years. Jennifer Delanty was commissioned by the group to share with our congregation some of what they've been learni…
 
Welcome to the Modern Anabaptist Podcast where a Pastor and a Psychology Grad Student discuss contemporary topics in the light of Anabaptist Christian Faith! In this trailer we introduce ourselves and talk about our name and what comes next. Our first full episode drops on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Make sure you subscribe so you do not miss a t…
 
En este episodio Peter y Jonathan conversan con Jocabed Solana de Memoria Indígena. Jocabed comparte sobre cómo mirar la misión y el evangelio desde perspectivas de iglesias indígenas. In this episode Peter and Jonathan talk to Jocabed Solana from Memoria Indígena. Jocabed shares on how to look at mission and the gospel from indigenous church persp…
 
Who was Justin Martyr? What were convictions that he stood up for? David Bercot presents an overview of Justin Martyr’s life and writings in this episode. Justin was zealous for living a life that was sold out to Christ, yet he had a kind and generous heart.Read Justin’s “First Apology” https://bit.ly/3j2Mb1SRead Justin’s “Second Apology” https://b…
 
Lawrence T. Cheung, MCS, BCC is a Certified Spiritual Heath Practitioner (chaplain) specializing in the care of nephrology patients in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He spoke with MennoHealth Cast about the special needs of nephrology patients at the end of life, how COVID has changed his practice and his work on cultural competency with Cana…
 
We’ve got ourselves a BADnews - GOODnews situation with the pair of stories from Luke 7. Jesus is moved by a widow’s suffering to bring healing and a restoration of her wholeness in the community. Yet Jesus also brings healing to the “treasured” slave of a Roman military commander without liberating that slave from slavery. Additionally, Jesus call…
 
En nuestro Episodio 64 Jonathan y Peter toman una sugerencia de un oyente del programa para conversar sobre Objeción de Conciencia y Servicio Alternativo en Honduras. Invitan al pastor Oscar Dueñas para conversar sobre este tema. In our Episode 64 Jonathan and Peter take a suggestion from a listener of the program to discuss Conscientious Objection…
 
What opportunities for ministry can be had by working in the fire service or EMS? How can one fight the negative influences that can be present in these companies? Here Merle Weaver shares about his ministry working in the Fivepointville Fire Company. Merle shows us how working in these emergency services can be a light to one’s community. He also …
 
Every year at Pasadena Mennonite, we engage in something called Consecration Sunday. On this day, we take stock of our common community, recommit to our Covenant of Faith, determine how we will be able to contribute to our community throughout the year in our time and finances, and sometimes we even welcome some new members into our community. This…
 
Join pastors Rici Skei & Paul Eddy as we explore the radical implications of living our lives and forming our theology with Jesus at the centre. Rici & Paul unpack assumptions of secular and religious cultures and work through five aspects of Jesus-centred living that just might get Jesus and his followers killed today.…
 
We worship with Jesus in the field and in the synagogue. Jesus debates with his fellow Jewish leaders about God's gift of the Sabbath. The Pharisees and legal experts were trying to fence up the law, protecting it and their community. Jesus argued that the gift of rest and restoration for all of creation should not limit life and wholeness. Sabbath…
 
En este episodio Peter y Jonathan conversan con Esteban Améstegui, el conductor del podcast Subversivos. Esteban comparte sobre el programa y sobre comunicación digital. También Marcos Acosta lanza el primero capitulo del mini segmento “Mate y Charlas”. In this episode Peter and Jonathan chat with Esteban Améstegui, the host of the Subversivos podc…
 
There are a lot of difficulties that our society is facing today. What do these reveal about our culture? How can we come out well on the other side of these difficulties? In this episode, Kyle Stoltzfus describes what he has observed through the COVID-19 and race crises that happened in 2020. Kyle discusses how to view, and interact with, greater …
 
Join President Susan Schultz Huxman to launch spring semester with the theme Finding Healing & Hope in Crisis and a convocation address titled, The Call of the Magi: Find a New Path. Provost Fred Kniss offers a welcome and reflections on the setting of the day, including the presidential inauguration, featuring the Washington Community Scholars Cen…
 
Today's Scripture reflections feature Jesus, a heap of fish, and pondering the BRAVERY of following. That leads directly into Brenda Salter McNeil's powerful storytelling of clergy in Ferguson in 2014 being asked by the young generation of leaders who'd witnessed a lack of integrity in the church: "Are you coming or not?" It is brave to show up, br…
 
En este último episodio en nuestra serie sobre el libro “La esencia del anabautismo”, Peter y Jonathan hacen un resumen de todos los 11 episodios de la serie y reflexionan sobre el libro de Palmer Becker. In this last episode in our series on the book “Anabaptist Essentials,” Peter and Jonathan summarize all 11 episodes in the series and reflect on…
 
After a confusing, painful year in 2020, many Christians are looking for answers to help them cope. And Kenneth Copeland and other Charismatic prophets are offering them confidence—but are they actually hearing from God? What are the tests of a true prophet and how do we discern the false ones? Support the show (https://paypal.me/thinktruth)…
 
How does one properly discern between what is true and what is false? How can we engage in constructive conversations with those to whom we disagree? In this episode, Peter Goertzen discusses how to have discernment between what is truth and what is false. He describes different types of right and wrong facts. Peter encourages us to be sure we are …
 
Reflecting on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, we remember the King rejected by polite society, pushed to the fringes of social discourse, and still relentless in his concern for justice in his fight against racism, economic exploitation, and militarism. This sermon focuses on King’s last days and last speech, while considering “the mark of Ca…
 
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