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Best Benjamin W. Smith podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Benjamin W. Smith podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Priest Pulse takes a playful and prayerful look at ministry, news, culture, and politics through the lens of the Episcopal Church. Hosts Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Colin Chapman sit down with guests from around the Episcopal Church and mainline Protestantism for heart warming stories of faith, deep theological discussion, poking fun at culture and politics, and sometimes a silly game or two. Segments include Priest Pulse Roundtable, interviews with authors, theologians, and spiritual writers, g ...
 
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After an unexpected hiatus we return with Anna Courie and David Peters, authors of Christ Walk Crushed: a 40-Day Journey Toward Reconciliation available from Church Publishing Inc. In this interview we discuss contrition, healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation, as well as what its like to leave the beautiful state of Hawaii for the mainland. Chec…
 
The Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija joins us to talk about his ministry with TryTank, a joint partnership between the General Theological Seminary and Virginia Theological Seminary. TryTank is a learning lab to experiment in church growth and innovation. In this episode we talk about the boldness to experiment in ministry, and how failure can lead to true suc…
 
On this week’s Priest Pulse, Colin and Fr. Laurence fly solo as they key up two MORE interviews from the FORMA conference in January. While in Indy, Fr. Ben and Colin sat down with Jerusalem Greer, who is currently (but was not yet at the time) staff officer for evangelism on the Presiding Bishop’s staff, to hear about the many projects she has goi…
 
On this episode we're joined by author Greg Millikin of the book "Being Called, Being Gay" from Church Publishing available now, as well as returning guest Sarah Stonesifer. We discuss issues around discernment, vocation, and call to lay and ordained ministry, and engage issues of age, gender, sexual orientation, and more as they relate to discernm…
 
Colin and Ben discuss the brand new Red Church Door Podcast at www.redchurchdoor.org and share this wonderful content. At the 2019 Forma conference, Colin interviewed author Anna V. Ostenso Moore about her book "Today is a Baptism Day" available now from Church Publishing. Special thanks to the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta's youth ministry podcast …
 
It's tough to find a name for an episode about beer that doesn't offend or violate intellectual property! For the third year in a row we are LIVE at the Diocese of Pennsylvania clergy conference in Cape May, NJ. The Rev. Kirk Berlenbach, Canon for Growth and Support of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, joins the show to discuss beer ministry - do's and …
 
The Rev. Patricia (Tricia) Lyons is the Evangelism and Community Engagement in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington DC, administrator of the Episcopal Evangelist network on Facebook, and author of Teaching Faith with Harry Potter: A Guidebook for Parents and Educators for Multigenerational Faith Formation. Tricia has also served on the Presiding Bis…
 
Episode two of season four is here! Ben and Colin are joined by the Rev. Jeremy Smith of Hacking Christianity. Rev. Jeremy Smith is a United Methodist Elder serving as Senior Pastor at First United Methodist Church in Seattle, Washington (USA). He blogs about faith, young clergy issues, technology, internet theory, and geeky topics at HackingChrist…
 
Four years and now four seasons kicks off with Jeremy Tackett, Digital Evangelist for the Episcopal Church. We discuss working for Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, exciting new projects for TEC, and those two scary words "digital" and "evangelism." Bonus interview: Colin asks Ben all about his new Kickstarter for the All Ports Open Network launching…
 
Mark Nepo writes that sacred moments wait for us like the very pulse of life that waits like a kind mother at the edge of exhaustion. As we seek to ease our anxiety not on early things but on things heavenly, what would it look like if we made God the foundation for our stability? Reading: http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearB_RCL/Pentecost/BProp20_R…
 
We are trying something different here at Priest Pulse. I (Colin) have been recording the audio from my sermon for years and I'm finding it less effective as a tool to share the gospel. Sermons on Sunday are visual mediums and the audio is not capturing the entire presentation. What I want to try is to take the content from the Sunday Sermon, and o…
 
This week, we welcome back the Rev. Kyle Oliver (Creative Commons Prayer) to talk about what he's been up to since his last time on Priest Pulse, his Doctoral work at Columbia, and even more exciting - his recent Holy Eucharist Illuminated Cards project. Ben, Colin, and Kyle talk about new trends in the church and the continuing rise in what they s…
 
No #GC79 Pigeon, no Episcobaby, no lightning scar, but we do have some amazing interviews and a wrap up from our correspondent Laurence Wainwright-Maks from the floor of the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. The incredible executive director of Forma Bill Campbell (finally!) joins us as well as Charles Graves and Bishop Silvestre Rom…
 
The Rev. Callie Swanlund joins us to discuss her fabulous project now on Kickstarter: How2Charist, a Digital Instructed Eucharist. Bread+wine: blessed. God: present. What's the meaning behind our words+rituals? How2charist illuminates the liturgy's beauty+spirit. You can back this project now in the link below. Listen to Callie tell her story of ho…
 
Yes, the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church is still going on. Yes, we've lost track of how many days it has been. Yes, we are still extremely thrilled by these wonderful conversations. On this episode, Bishop Daniel Gutierrez of the Diocese of Pennsylvania and Mary Parmer of Invite Welcome Connect both return to Priest Pulse with thei…
 
Topics include: Prayer Book Revision (Resolution A068), Bishops Against Gun Violence, Hutto Detention Facility visit, #Metoo, worship at General Convention, diversity and inclusiveness in leadership, creation care and agrarian mission, Episcopal Relief and Development, youth ministry, the Young Adult Festival, Union of Black Episcopalians, and much…
 
Fr. Laurence Wainwright-Maks continues reporting from the floor of the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Austin, TX. He discusses the #metoo liturgy and the opening press event with Bishop Michael Curry and President of the House of Deputies Gay Clark Jennings. Laurence continues to collect perspectives from the floor including: Dr…
 
Join our correspondent Laurence Wainwright-Maks as he reports from the floor of #GC79, the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Interviews include Bishop Brian Seage of the Diocese of Mississippi, representatives of Bexley Seabury seminary, Aimee Bostwick, President of the Board of Forma, other representatives of Forma, and more! Lauren…
 
It's that glorious, triennial time: General Convention! #GC79 has kicked off and in this episode Ben and Colin interview Scott Gunn of Forward Movement about all of the Convention hype. We unpack the big issues, and what makes convention great. Let Scott Gunn help you understand some of the ins-and-outs of the General Convention. https://www.episco…
 
Anna Fitch Courie returns to talk about her amazing new book the Adventures of Cancer Girl and God, available now from Church Publishing. Topics include: living with cancer or illness, grace and healing, finding faith in difficult circumstances, evangelism and sharing our stories of faith, Michael Curry and the Jesus Movement, Lent Madness, and so …
 
Fr. Benjamin Gildas sits down for a roundtable discussion with the full time faculty of the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church to discuss challenges and opportunities facing current and new leadership in this denomination. www.gts.edu Desmond Tutu Travel Seminar with the Rev. Dr. Michael Battle: www.gts.edu www.michaelbattle.com…
 
Fr. Benjamin Gildas joins the faculty of the General Theological Seminary for a round-table discussion of many challenging issues facing the Episcopal Church in the 21st century: the future of seminary education, recapturing mission, incarnational ministry, and much more. This episode is dedicated to Mother Mitties DeChamplain for all the blessings…
 
In this special episode, the Hive Cast - official podcast of the Hive Apiary - takes over our show to bring you an amazing episode featuring educator Kim Cavill. The Hive Cast is hosted by the Rev. Hillary Raining and Ken Raining, and in this episode they discuss talking with your kids about sex, sex positive parenting, the effect of pornography on…
 
The hosts of the new podcast Hometown by Episcopal Migration Ministries join us. Allison Duvall and Kendall Martin talk about refugee resettlement and migration ministry, the current political climate toward immigration, changing hearts and minds through shared stories, crossing divides through conversation, and working for Bishop Michael Curry. Li…
 
After a bit of a winter wedding break we return with our Ash Wednesday special episode! On this episode the Rev. Emily Mellott joins us to evangelize Ashes to Go, a popular movement in the Episcopal Church and beyond to bring the message and rituals of Ash Wednesday out of the doors of the Church and into the streets. We discuss the ins and outs, a…
 
In the first episode of the Melbourne Creative Podcast we speak with Photographer, Creator and all round nice guy Benjamin Majdlik.As a photographer, Ben is extremely in touch with his work, his values and his vision. Speaking with Ben during this podcast gave me a very good understanding of his influences, how his ideas come about and how he imple…
 
Bonus holiday episode! We come at you once again LIVE from the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania clergy conference in Cape May, New Jersey! Byron Borger, owner of Hearts and Minds Bookstore in Dallastown, Pennsylvania, joins us. Suggested talking points: why books matter, Amazon is evil, shop local, John Calvin, Calvin and Hobbes, the reformation, …
 
We believe the Church is alive and we're keeping our finger on the pulse by coming to you LIVE from the Virginia Theological Seminary 1823 Pub and Cafe. Joining us is the Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Dean and President of VTS. In the interview we discuss the future of the Episcopal Church, myth of church decline, shaping new leadership for the 21st ce…
 
Put your whole self into the newest episode feat. Hillary Raining and Scott Stoner. Hillary Raining is author of Joy in Confession: Reclaiming the Sacrament of Reconciliation from Forward Movement. We discuss finding healing and peace, as well as forgiveness and reconciliation. We also discuss the #metoo moment and forgiveness in the context of sex…
 
Our first live audience episode of season three features the Rev. Dr. Dawn Davis who hails from the Great White North to talk to us Americans about raising lay spiritual leaders. We're grateful to the Discipleship Matters conference for allowing us to record this special live episode from the conference at St. Thomas, in Whitemarsh, PA. Dawn joins …
 
Happy Thanksgiving! This special Thanksgiving b-side fits nicely in the trend of this season, as we pop in on Fr. Ben's car ride to Connecticut with his mother! Colin, Ben, and Ruth discuss practicing faith at home especially with children, bedtime prayer rituals, how to create sticky faith, tips for teaching faith at home in your congregation, and…
 
There always seems to be debris ahead on the road of ministry, but this time we take it literally as Colin phones in driving to make a pastoral visit in Maine. In this exciting episode Heidi Kim, staff officer for the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church Michael Curry, joins us to discuss the Becoming Beloved Community racial reconciliation ini…
 
Happy Halloween! Happy Reformation Anniversary! Happy 3rd anniversary of Priest Pulse! Happy season 3! We kick off our third season with two fantastic guests. First the Rev. Paul Fromberg, rector of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Fransisco, joins us to discuss his book The Art of Transformation: Three Things Churches Do That Change Ev…
 
In July 2015, Fr. Benjamin Gildas traveled to the General Convention of the Episcopal Church. During that time, he compiled and edited these stories of experiment and risk in evangelism, mission, and new ministry. We are between seasons at Priest Pulse, and we thought we'd share with you some "classic" Priest Pulse episodes to celebrate our upcomin…
 
Once again, Ben is at the Walt Disney World Resort to no one's surprise, and Colin is hosting without him! We're extremely excited about this great episode because we had the pleasure of two fantastic interviews. The illustrious and incredible Carter Heyward - feminist theologian, priest, and one of the Philadelphia 11 - joins us to talk about her …
 
Ben wanted to title this episode "Jesus and Ribs" but cooler heads prevailed. You'll have to wait till the end of the episode to find out why. In addition to selling ribs in this episode, Broderick Greer and Megan Castellan join the Roundtable to discuss evangelism, reconciliation, white supremacy, white nationalism, the alt-right, gun violence, gu…
 
Hey everybody! We messed up big time and this episode we prepared for early in the Easter season is going up now. Becca Stevens of Thistle Farms joins us again to play a game of two truths and a lie with Colin Chapman and we didn't want you to miss it. Please check it out and look forward to our wonderful upcoming episodes. Thanks for listening, an…
 
In our Holy Week and Easter episode this year we listen to stories of sexual trafficking, ministries of anti-human trafficking, and resurrected life made possible through Christ. Colin interviews Becca Stevens, founder and president of Thistle Farms, and Bonnie Gatchell, founder and director of Route One Ministry. If you feel threatened or are conc…
 
One of our amazing listeners commented that there was a surprising lack of deacons in the history of Priest Pulse guests. We decided to do an entire episode featured on the diaconate! In this episode, the Venerable Pamela Nesbit joins us to discuss the history and role of the diaconate. Do you think God is calling you to some form of ministry but y…
 
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