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Best Packiam podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Packiam podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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New Life Downtown
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Pastor Glenn Packiam serves as the lead teacher for new life DOWNTOWN, bringing a thoughtful, Christ-centered, and historically layered perspective to the text each week.
 
Experience messages from our Sunday morning services at New Life Church.
 
Weekly conversations about important issues facing the local church today. Hosted by Pastors Brady Boyd and Andrew Arndt of New Life Church in Colorado Springs, CO. More information can be found at TheEssential.Church
 
NLD Sunday School is designed to teach Bible, Theology, and Leadership to the congregation of volunteers and leaders. Each month during the school year features different teachers and topics. Class starts at 9am in Palmer High School.
 
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The Holy Post
Weekly
 
Join VeggieTales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer and co-host Skye Jethani (author, speaker, pastor) for a fast-paced and often funny conversation about pop culture, media, theology, and the fun, fun, fun of living a thoughtful Christian life in an increasingly post-Christian culture.
 
Curated conversations with the Gravity Leadership Community on what it looks like practically to orient our lives and our leadership in the love of Christ, learning to lead like Jesus, live on mission, and make disciples in our post-Christian world.
 
This is the official podcast for the 10,000 Fathers Worship School. Learn more about our community at http://worship.school
 
This is the official podcast for the 10,000 Fathers Worship School. Learn more about our community at http://worship.school
 
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Seminary Dropout
Monthly
 
Seminary Dropout- It’s not full on academia like in seminary, but that’s not to say that theology nerds won’t like it as well, because it’s not Youth Camp either. There’s no Greek or Hebrew translation home work, but there are also no trust falls. There will be fun, insightful, personal, thoughtful and engaging interviews with Christian leaders, thinkers, bloggers, authors and theologians.
 
Aaron Niequist hosts a podcast through his book--The Eternal Current--one episode per chapter. Each episode will 1) Reflect on the key idea of that chapter, 2) Have a conversation with someone who is living it out in the world, and 3) Learn a concrete practice that helps us flesh this theme into our hearts, bodies, and relationships. Not merely about ideas...but learning how to swim.
 
Jon Fuller is on a mission to be a true example of Christ in his life and in his work. He introduces you to men and women of faith who have walked different paths to find a true Christianity that they live out each and every day. Some paths have been bumpy and filled with debris, but through it all, grace and faith have been a sustaining force in the lives of these men and women. You won't find any fake and phoney Christianity here.....just real people with a heart for God and living out His ...
 
The Project Pastor Podcast, is for you, whether you serve in a far away place or in mega church. Through interviews from those in ministry all over the world, it's designed to encourage, challenge and help those who serve to finish well.
 
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One of our foundational axioms is that God is Always Present and At Work. If you believe this and act as if it’s true, you have a sacramental worldview, whether you’d call it that or not. Pastor and author Glenn Packiam joins us on the podcast today to talk about why this kind of sacramental worldview is essential if we’re going to join Jesus i ...…
 
In this episode we sit down to talk about how senior leaders can create a culture of ongoing leadership developmentboth values and methods.By Andrew Arndt, Glenn Packiam, Jason Jackson
 
The Christian life takes practice-not as a way of earning God's favor, but as part of receiving His gift of grace. As Paul's letter to the Philippians begins to wrap up, he gives them a few things to practice. Pastor Glenn Packiam helps us understand why practicing reconciliation, joy, gentleness, prayer, and focus matter, and how such practice ...…
 
The Christian life takes practice-not as a way of earning God's favor, but as part of receiving His gift of grace. As Paul's letter to the Philippians begins to wrap up, he gives them a few things to practice. Pastor Glenn Packiam helps us understand why practicing reconciliation, joy, gentleness, prayer, and focus matter, and how such practice ...…
 
Before Edison invented the lightbulb the average American slept 11 hours each night. Technology hasn’t just made life easier, it’s made it a lot busier. John Mark Comer is back to discuss his new book about the importance of slowing down in order to deepen our life with God. Also this week: $3,000 sneakers infused with water from the Jordan Riv ...…
 
In this episode we sit down to talk with author Amy Julia Becker about her book White Picket Fences: Turning Toward Love in a World Divided by Privilege.By Andrew Arndt, Amy Julia Becker
 
For Christian leaders, the gospel is kind of a big deal. But most of us have inherited a terrible truncated version of the gospel. Matthew Bates helps us understand and articulate what the gospel actually is, and why it matters so much for us to really learn to proclaim it biblically. Hint: the gospel isn’t so much about “justification by faith ...…
 
What do we hope for? Much of our conversation about hope is anchored in this life, but what about our hope for afterlife? This week Pastor Jason Jackson looks at the substance of Pauls hope in his letter to the Philippians. As he awaits trial and faces the possibility of execution, Paul is filled with hope. Hope for life after death, and hope f ...…
 
What do we hope for? Much of our conversation about hope is anchored in this life, but what about our hope for afterlife? This week Pastor Jason Jackson looks at the substance of Pauls hope in his letter to the Philippians. As he awaits trial and faces the possibility of execution, Paul is filled with hope. Hope for life after death, and hope f ...…
 
Brilliant singer/songwriter Dane Joneshill speaks with Aaron about how we should think about artistry in ministry. In terms of our creativity: why should we move from from generalities to specificity? From perfect resolution to faithfully living in the tension? There’s even a deep cut reference from Randy Newman you’re going to need to track do ...…
 
Brilliant singer/songwriter Dane Joneshill speaks with Aaron about how we should think about artistry in ministry. In terms of our creativity: why should we move from from generalities to specificity? From perfect resolution to faithfully living in the tension? There’s even a deep cut reference from Randy Newman you’re going to need to track do ...…
 
Do you feel alienated from the evangelical tradition of your youth, but not at home with the more liberal versions of the faith either? Welcome to the ranks of the spiritually homeless. Friend of the show Mike Erre is back to discuss the trend and the stages that lead a disappointed evangelical to become fully de-converted. Also this week: A wo ...…
 
In this episode we sit down with Sarah and Jason Jackson to talk about discipleship and spiritual formation and what we can do in our churches to encourage it.By Andrew Arndt, Sarah Jackson, Jason Jackson
 
While journaling and asking for direction one day, the Lord spoke to Jon’s heart and pointed out how he had been focused on “I” instead of “we” in his marriage. He set out to change that because he came to understand that a strong marriage equals a strong family, which means better work, better sex, better everything! Jon’s wife, Kasey, will be ...…
 
This Week on Seminary Dropout… Gena Thomas is a writer and speaker who works at a nonprofit that empowers others through holistic development. She served as a missionary in northern Mexico for four years, holds a master’s degree in international development, and is the author of A Smoldering Wick: Igniting Missions Work with Sustainable Practic ...…
 
What is the goal of the Christian life? Is it better behavior? Is it a better eternal future? While these may certainly be results, they are not the actual goal. Pastor Glenn Packiam helps us see why knowing Jesus was Paul's prize and pursuit.By Glenn Packiam
 
What is the goal of the Christian life? Is it better behavior? Is it a better eternal future? While these may certainly be results, they are not the actual goal. Pastor Glenn Packiam helps us see why knowing Jesus was Paul's prize and pursuit.By Glenn Packiam
 
89-year-old Dr. John Perkins has a lot to say to Christians about race, friendship, and the power of God’s love. The civil rights legend talks with Skye about his remarkable life, the problem with everyone focusing on their victimhood, and how “real reconciliation is washing each other’s wounds.” Also this week: John MacArthur tells Beth Moore ...…
 
In this episode Andrew, Glenn Packiam, and Jason Jackson sit down to talk about how to tilt the culture of our churches towards evangelism, and how theyve seen the Spirit use the ministry of Alpha to help.By Andrew Arndt, Glenn Packiam, Jason Jackson
 
Before original sin, there was original BLESSING, as per Genesis 1:28’s verse, which begins “And God blessed them.” Blessing is God’s first reflex, His default setting, and today’s guest, Mark Batterson, suggests that this sequence is one of utmost importance. His newest book, Double Blessing: How to Get It. How to Give It., is about rediscover ...…
 
Is nonviolence an integral part of following Jesus? Or can Christians keep violence in their “back pocket” as a last resort? Ron Sider has a very compelling argument about why Christians need to leave violence behind and learn to practice active nonviolence. (And he has some great answers to all the normal objections to nonviolence.) Dr. Ron Si ...…
 
How can we actively engage the very real issues of our world without simply adding to the ugliness? Can a Christian be involved in culture, politics, and real life, or must we only focus on “spiritual matters”? Pastor, writer, and theologian David Fitch invites us into the themes and concrete practices of his subversive and inspiring new book “ ...…
 
How can we become our full selves without becoming full of ourselves? How do we grow in confidence without slipping into arrogance? How should we see humility in light of our remarkable identity? Author Dan Kent talks us through his new book.
 
How can we become our full selves without becoming full of ourselves? How do we grow in confidence without slipping into arrogance? How should we see humility in light of our remarkable identity? Author Dan Kent talks us through his new book.
 
This week Democratic presidential candidate, Beto O’Rourke, called for churches and religious organizations that do not support same-sex marriage to lose their tax-exempt status. Skye talks with law professor and political scientist John Inazu about the issue. Is there a real risk? What’s the difference between churches and religious schools ac ...…
 
In this episode we sit down with Tim Lucas and Warren Bird to talk about their new book Liquid Church and what they are seeing the Spirit do both on the east coast and across the country.By Brady Boyd, Andrew Arndt, Tim Lucas, Warren Bird
 
Some Kind of Crazy is a powerful memoir written by today’s guest, Terry Wardle, and follows his upbringing as the son of an Appalachian coal-mining family. Though sometimes hilarious and affectionate, his family also left him with a legacy of fear and abuse that followed him into adulthood and landed him in a psychiatric hospital before the age ...…
 
This Week on Seminary Dropout… Latasha Morrison is a bridge-builder, reconciler, and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. Ebony magazine recognized her as one of their 2017 Power 100 for her work as a community crusader. Tasha has spoken across the country at events that include: IF:Gathering, Justice Conference, Youth Specialtie ...…
 
As a woman of color, Kathy Khang learned to find her voice and speak up, even in the midst of difficult circumstances and toxic leadership. Kathy Khang is a writer, speaker, and yoga teacher. She spent more than 20 years in parachurch ministry working with college students and training organizational and church leaders. Before that she was a jo ...…
 
When Christians rejoice, are we being naive or escapist, or living in denial? Paul urges the Philippians to rejoice in the Lord as a way of keeping from placing their confidence in the wrong things. Pastor Glenn Packiam unpacks the signs of our misplaced confidence and calls into a joy in Christ that keeps us rightly centered.…
 
When Christians rejoice, are we being naive or escapist, or living in denial? Paul urges the Philippians to rejoice in the Lord as a way of keeping from placing their confidence in the wrong things. Pastor Glenn Packiam unpacks the signs of our misplaced confidence and calls into a joy in Christ that keeps us rightly centered.…
 
Aaron sits down with Todd Fields from Worship Circle to talk about worship, inspiration, & astronomy.
 
Aaron sits down with Todd Fields from Worship Circle to talk about worship, inspiration, & astronomy.
 
Did God create the different races and intend them to be separate, or is race a social and cultural invention? Theologian Willie James Jennings joins Skye for a mind-stretching conversation about the role of race in our faith, how “whiteness” has influenced Christianity, why a proper vision of Jesus’ incarnation challenges many of our assumptio ...…
 
In this episode we sit down with Pastor Ray Johnston of Bayside Church in Sacramento to talk about church health, growth, and the kind of leadership both require.By Brady Boyd, Andrew Arndt, Ray Johnston
 
Discipleship should be simple: we follow Jesus into new life. Often, though, we manage to over-complicate it. We chat with Derek Vreeland about keeping discipleship simple, practical, and transformative. Derek Vreeland is the Discipleship Pastor at Word of Life Church in St. Joseph, Missouri, where he is known for his thoughtful, humorous, and ...…
 
There are no heroic individuals in the Kingdom of God. Everybody needs somebody Paul certainly did. Pastor Glenn Packiam focuses in on two of Pauls close friends, Timothy and Epaphroditus, helping us to see how the Gospel redefines our notion of family. There are people in our community who embody for us what it looks like to live and love like ...…
 
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