show episodes
 
Life-Study of the Bible with Witness Lee is a 30-minute radio broadcast composed of excerpts from Witness Lee's spoken ministry that focuses on the enjoyment of the divine life as revealed in the Scriptures. The ministry portions are followed by a discussion of the portion presented, including questions and answers.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Commission Mission

Micah Henderson and Erik Gerace

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
The Commission Mission's mission is to sharpen your swords and get you ready for battle. It’s time to fine tune your craft to make you the best in what you do. The mission is to make you able to help anyone purchase what they need. We are going to get the best moments of advice from the best in their industry. You will be listening into a conversation you wish you had with mentors you wish you had. Take what makes sense to you and makes you better in your career. “Absorb what is useful and d ...
  continue reading
 
The Scorched Earth A serialized Science Fiction Radio Drama in nine parts By Bruce R. Coleman Cast of Characters Ridge Prothro: Rick Espiallat Pete Hertwig: Max Swarner Luanne Bellman: Lisa Anne Haram Ray Purcell: Blake Blair Doc Martinez: Adrian Godinez Alice Tisdale: Arianna Movassagh Micah: Heath Billups Lydia Vossburgh: Lee Jamison Frank Lassiter: Daylon Walton THE SCORCHED EARTH focuses on the lives of a small group of ordinary people living in the Texas town of Makepeace ( 40 miles wes ...
  continue reading
 
They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, but how do we find ourselves there? Join host Liren Baker in the Kitchen Confidante podcast, a side dish to the recipe blog, Kitchen Confidante, as she explores the food journeys of passionate chefs, food writers, photographers, recipe developers, artisans, bloggers, and more! Learn how they got their starts and what fuels their taste and inspiration! Subscribe on all podcasting apps, rate & review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts! Follow us on soci ...
  continue reading
 
The Be the Bridge Podcast is a resource from the non-profit organization Be the Bridge, which was founded in 2016 by best-selling author and leader in the fight for racial justice, Latasha Morrison. Be the Bridge responds to racial brokenness and systemic injustice in our world and believes understanding can move us toward racial healing, racial equity, and racial unity. This podcast is an extension of our vision to make sure people are no longer conditioned by a racialized society but groun ...
  continue reading
 
Welcome to the Greatest Game with Jamie Carragher, where each week Jamie will be speaking to a footballer or a football fan, about their team, their love of football and asking what is the greatest game of football that they have ever seen or played in. Twitter @GreatestGamePod Instagram @greatestgamepod Email greatestgamepod@gmail.com
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode of Craft and Character, Steve Carter interviews Justin Davis about how transparency leads to transformation. Justin details the hard lessons he had to learn and what God has redeemed and refined because of it. They also unpack Justin’s latest book entitled Being Real > Being Perfect and how to embody that from the pulpit, in our lea…
  continue reading
 
This is an episode full of joy and hope for Black History Month! We have asked a few friends of Be the Bridge to share what they love about Black culture. Their responses remind us of God’s distinct, beautiful, intentional creativity and design. They remind us of the power of perseverance and resilience. Resilience is connected with another theme w…
  continue reading
 
In this episode of the Kitchen Confidante Podcast, we're whisked into the vibrant world of modern Jewish cuisine with Micah Siva, a San Francisco-based chef, dietitian, and the creative mind behind the blog Nosh with Micah. Micah takes us on a culinary journey that blends the rich traditions of Jewish food with a plant-forward twist. She shares the…
  continue reading
 
For Black History Month, historian, author, and speaker Jemar Tisby joins Latasha Morrison and Jefferson Jones on the Be the Bridge Podcast. This full conversation brings wisdom, context, and encouragement as they talk about current headlines, the importance of context in history, white Chritian nationalism, navigating church, and more. Jemar wraps…
  continue reading
 
In this episode of Craft and Character, Steve interviews author Jenn Kautsch, who is the founder and creator of the SoberSis community. They talk about the season of Lent, what being sober curious is all about and how to renegotiate our relationship with alcohol. Jenn opens up about showing up to church many Sunday mornings a little foggy from the …
  continue reading
 
In this week's episode of the Kitchen Confidante Podcast, we're digging into the transformative power of gardening with Brian Brigantti of Red Leaf Ranch. From city slicker to rural rancher, Brian shares his journey from the bustling streets of New York City to the serene pastures of Tennessee, where he cultivates not just a thriving veggie garden …
  continue reading
 
Has America ever been a racist country? Jefferson Jones, the BTB Youth & University Manager, and Elizabeth Behrens, a BTB Educator and the Learning & Content Developer, sit down to discuss this question and the conversations happening around it. They talk about the importance of understanding narratives, origin stories, and different types of confl…
  continue reading
 
Whether you are feeling hopeful or struggling to find hope right now, pull up a chair for this conversation. Join the Be the Bridge Executive Team as they talk about the impact of a yes, what true peace looks like, and how our stories are connected. Latasha Morrison, Tange Johnson, and Micah Smith discuss how God can use us to impact others and how…
  continue reading
 
The majority of pastors are not looking forward to this 2024 presidential election season. The division between parties. The vitriol online. The angst within the congregation. The last few elections have been so difficult to navigate. There has to be a better way! In this episode, Steve Carter interviews Michael Wear who is the President of The Cen…
  continue reading
 
As we kick off 2024, Mark Scandrette offers up profound wisdom from the nine sayings of Jesus from the Beatitudes. It’s what Mark writes about in his latest book, The Ninefofd Path of Jesus. This episode is an invitation to the postures that the beatitudes provide us personally but also how to communicate these from pulpit. Mark unpacks his preachi…
  continue reading
 
Happy New Year Be the Bridge community! We hope you are having a joyous start to 2024! The Be the Bridge Podcast is on a break this week, so we encourage you to take this opportunity to catch up on a few episodes and share some of your favorite conversations with us on social media! We will be back on the 23rd with a conversation centered around ho…
  continue reading
 
Do you ever feel like the tyranny of the urgent runs your life? Do you ever feel shame for wanting to take a day off or go on a vacation? As pastors, the needs are great and time is limited. Sadly, for many this means neglecting the things that matter most: our relationship with God, family, and the health of our souls. In this episode, Mark Dance,…
  continue reading
 
Author, Professor, and Public Theologian, Dr. Esau McCaulley helps the Be the Bridge community make sense of God in the context of a racialized society in this podcast episode. He shares part of his own family’s story and lived experience of systemic injustice. And he talks about how the church in America hasn’t reckoned with its sin. Latasha and E…
  continue reading
 
New York Times Best Selling Author Annie F. Downs joins Latasha Morrison on the Be the Bridge Podcast to talk through deep laments and fun hopes. Annie shares the beautiful story of her ordination and her journey to getting there. They talk about the difference of perspectives between predominantly white churches and Black churches when it comes to…
  continue reading
 
How much does your upbringing influence your life now? The answer for all of us is ... more than we realize. In today’s episode, Ike Miller一who pastors Bright City Church alongside his wife Sharon一shares about his new book called Good Baggage: How Your Difficult Childhood Prepared You for Healthy Relationships. Growing up in a dysfunctional family …
  continue reading
 
Melting pots of flavors make the world more delicious, and Caribbean cuisine is a prime example with its rich history of delicious influences! In this week’s episode, we chat with Althea Brown, a certified Whole30 coach and creator of the immensely popular blog Metemgee, where she shares recipes inspired by Guyanese traditions and Caribbean flavors…
  continue reading
 
Every pastor needs a pastor一someone to offer wisdom, empathy, and an example of finishing well. Lee Eclov is a shepherd to shepherds, and in this episode he shares with Steve Carter: How to care more about people and less about numbers. The role of spiritual formation in preaching. The importance of working through a text in your own soul before yo…
  continue reading
 
Gloria Umanah, the visionary behind Hope Booth, uses her own lived experiences to passionately fight for those who feel invisible. In this episode, Gloria generously shares her story with the Be the Bridge community and the story behind Hope Booth. She and Latasha connect over their Yoruba names and over being Black women who lead non profits. They…
  continue reading
 
There is a general understanding that whole grains is better for us, but do you really know why? Rose Wilde is here to help us demystify whole grains and think of baking in a whole new way. Rose is a former human rights lawyer turned chef, master food preserver, master gardener, and owner of the bakery, Red Bread. She wrote her first cookbook, Brea…
  continue reading
 
As the world continues to progress technologically, how do we begin to approach this theologically. Jason Thacker, a professor of ethics and author joins Steve Carter on the craft and character podcast to help us better understand what is at stake and what we can do about it. Technology is not a net neutral conversation; but rather one we must appr…
  continue reading
 
Counselor, Author, and Speaker Cam Lee Small joins Latasha Morrison on the Be the Bridge Podcast during National Adoption Month to help shift the culture and church’s narrative surrounding adoption. As a transracial adoptee himself, Cam brings his lived experience and his professional work to this conversation. They discuss the tension of being con…
  continue reading
 
Chances are you may have a gluten-free or gluten-sensitive eater in your life. While cooking gluten-free may feel challenging, Lindsay Cotter is here to help. Lindsay is the creator of the popular gluten-free recipe blog, Cotter Crunch, where she shares allergy-friendly recipes that help cooks thrive. As a nutrition specialist for sports nutrition …
  continue reading
 
If you've ever marveled at the artistry behind beautiful cakes, pastries, and pastries, the decadence is within reach with the guidance of Janani Elavazhagan. Janani is the baker, recipe developer, blogger, and immensely talented food photographer of the blog Skillet to Plate. Based in Portland, Oregon, Janani’s stunning photography accompanies her…
  continue reading
 
Kayla Craig is a former journalist who brings deep curiosity and a prophetic voice to her writing in her books Every Season Sacred and To Light Their Way and on her popular Instagram account, Liturgies for Parents. In this episode, Latasha and Kayla share hope and lament. They talk about the beauty and accessibility of liturgies in our faith journe…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide