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Best Pastor Anna Register podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Pastor Anna Register podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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We’re jumping back into our RE: Series with a look at the meaning of “Church”. We describe ourselves as a Progressive Christian church–what can that word mean for us, and how might a Progressive Christian lens inform our reframing of “church”?We were grateful to be joined by Ben Grace for a special performance in today's gathering!To promote the sa…
 
In these uncertain and challenging times, finding and sustaining community can be especially difficult. Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza and Pastor Josh Scott host a conversation about creating and participating in meaningful community during a pandemic.To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe…
 
At some point, we’ll be given the green light to return to our lives and routines. However, that won’t immediately flip a switch; many of us will feel a real and valid anxiety around emerging from lockdown. How do we know it’s really safe? How do love others and ourselves in this transition?We were grateful to be joined by the band HuDost for a spe…
 
Learning to lament isn’t something any of us would choose, yet we find ourselves with personal, communal, societal, and even global grief and loss. What do we do with it? Pastor Josh Scott is joined for our #MeaningMakingSeries by special guests Cassie Nickerson, Lee Anglin, Chris Christian, and Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay and Blood:Water.To prom…
 
Many people have experienced an identity loss during this period of lockdown and physical distancing: a job, or perhaps a role they play in the world. How do we find and embrace our identity when it feels like it’s been stolen from us?To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe.net. Follow @g…
 
Prayer is one of the toughest concepts to reimagine through a progressive lens. When God ceases to be a being above the clouds, what happens to prayer? Does God intervene, or worse, choose not to intervene? How does prayer work in the context of a global pandemic?To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online …
 
How do we make sense of God’s love and presence in the midst of a global health crisis? Where is God during a pandemic? Pastor Josh Scott dives into week 2 of our Meaning-Making Series.To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe.net. Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platform for re…
 
How might a Progressive Christian lens inform our experiences and the ways we find meaning in such challenging and uncertain times? Pastor Josh introduces our brand new series, “Meaning-Making.”To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe.net. Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platfo…
 
What do we do with Easter and the story of Jesus’ resurrection, especially in a time of such uncertainty, grief, and hopelessness? Pastor Josh Scott explores how we can experience Easter anew.To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe is gathering online at gracepointe.net. Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platform…
 
Atonement assumes that our relationship with God is broken and that God requires restitution. But, we believe we are inherently united with God, that nothing can separate us from that union, even when we aren’t aware of it. How can Progressive Christians talk about the death of Jesus, a central event in the Christian tradition, in meaningful ways?T…
 
Pastor Josh introduces our brand new RE: Series, a reimagining, rethinking, and reclaiming of the language of faith for Progressive Christians.To promote the safety of our community and neighbors, GracePointe will be gathering online at gracepointe.net and at Facebook.com/gracepointetn. Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platform for regul…
 
Theology isn't the endpoint.While theology can be a beautiful and rich part of our experience, it pulls us forward into action. It compels us to love one another in word and deed.⠀⠀Let's keep moving.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 9:00AM and 10:45AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your pl…
 
GracePointe's Founding Pastor, Stan Mitchell, joins us for a special gathering to discuss Gratitude and Honesty through the lens of our story.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 9:00AM and 10:45AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice! Follow @gracepointetn on every social m…
 
Jesus invites our curiosity.Through the course of his ministry recorded in Scripture, he asked 307 questions; Jesus was asked 183 questions, of which he only answered 3. Curiosity is at the heart of who we are, and we'll never stop asking questions. Listen to Pastor Josh's latest message in our Core Series!If you're interested in joining us, we gat…
 
How can we love courageously?Pastor Erin Edwards of Live on Purpose Community Church joins us for an incredibly powerful message on Love and Courage, two of GracePointe's Core Values.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 9:00AM and 10:45AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice…
 
At GracePointe, we affirm that life is a gift to be enjoyed and that love is a responsibility to be shared. This week, we dive into how these values work together to build a more just and generous Christian faith. If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 9:0AM and 10:45AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podc…
 
We are inherently united with God.There is no separation.God does not need a sacrifice to love us.Join us as Pastor Josh Scott dives into our Core Values, the ideas and beliefs that shape and guide the GracePointe Community. This week, we're looking into Inherent Unity and what it means for us.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sun…
 
GracePointe was delighted to host author, speaker, and pastor Doug Pagitt as he tours for his latest book, "Outdoing Jesus"! Listen to this moving talk on Jesus' first recorded miracle, and be sure to check out his book!If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast …
 
This week we conclude our series contrasting conventional and unconventional wisdom. This week we dig in to one of the most difficult of Jesus’s teachings. We all have enemies, and Jesus offers a challenging, unconventional approach to them: love. If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashvi…
 
This week we continue our series contrasting conventional and unconventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom holds that politics and religion are separate spheres, and they should never be combined. After all, Jesus did say, “Give to Caesar what to Caesar’s,” right? But what does that mean? Is it, perhaps, actually a brilliant bit of unconventional wis…
 
This week we continue our series contrasting conventional and unconventional wisdom. How many times have we heard or said, “The Bible clearly says...” followed by a statement that is assumed to be orthodox? But does the Bible clearly say anything? That’s what we’ll unpack in this teaching. If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday …
 
This week we continue our series contrasting conventional and unconventional wisdom. When someone says, “God helps those who help themselves,” it’s rarely in the context of things going wrong. It’s actually a statement born of (unconscious) privilege. In this message we unpack that privilege and talk about a better way to think about God. If you're…
 
This week we continue our series contrasting conventional and unconventional wisdom. People often say, “Everything happens for a reason,” a phrase which seeks to find meaning in the events of life. But is that true? Would it even be comforting if it were? Perhaps, if we look for it, there is an unconventional approach to finding meaning in the circ…
 
This week we continue our new series, [Un]Conventional Wisdom, by talking about a commonly used phrase, “God doesn’t put more on us than we can handle.” Where does this phrase come from? Is this true? Or is there a more encouraging and life-giving way to see it? If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte…
 
Conventional wisdom is a shared body of wisdom about how to live; it’s a lens and worldview that we share. It’s what “everybody knows.” Yet, sometimes conventional wisdom is, well, flat out wrong. Jesus taught and embodied an alternative wisdom - unconventional wisdom - that cut against the grain of his context (and ours!). In this first teaching, …
 
This week we continue thinking about the role ancient rituals play in Progressive Christianity in the 21st century. Where did baptism come from? What did it mean in its original context? Does it make sense to continue this practice today? We speak to all this and more in this teaching.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10…
 
What is the place of rituals like the Eucharist in Progressive Christianity? Is it still a vital piece of our identity, or should it be left behind? In this message we discover the subversive origins of the Eucharist and imagine how it can re-shape our ongoing experience. If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710…
 
The largest chunk of the Christian Calendar isn’t celebrations of Easter or Advent. It’s a period referred to as “Ordinary Time.” There something about that word, “ordinary,” that sounds just so ... ordinary. Unremarkable. Forgettable. We live for the opposite, the extra-ordinary. We await and orient our lives around those moments that transcend or…
 
This week, we marked the day of Pentecost — a day to reflect on the meaning of being the Church. In this teaching, we centered on four words – Peace, Sending, Breath, and Forgiveness – that bring that meaning into focus.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast …
 
Community is about presence.Seeing and being seen,knowing and being known,giving and receiving.Let's do that together, and let's do it well.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice! Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platform…
 
Peace is about:telling ourselves the truth;carving out intentional space to cultivate "shalom";seeking to be a non-anxious presence.Pastor Josh Scott leads us into a sermon of peace, wholeness, and how we can experience God's love in our very presence.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Na…
 
Forgiveness isn't aboutcondoning,forgetting,reconciling,or bypassing justice.Forgiveness isa choice,a process,a journey,and about letting go.Pastor Josh Scott leads us into a powerful message on Forgiveness for week 5 of our Contagious Series.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. …
 
See: Pay attention, be aware.Feel: Seek to understand how others feel.Act: Do what you can to help.Pastor Josh Scott dives into contagious compassion in week 3 of "Contagious".If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice! Follow @gracepoi…
 
In the wake of yet another shooting in a place of worship, Josh reminds of the ways our faith can help us sustain and spread a climate of joy in otherwise tumultuous and difficult times. This is the second installment of our series, "Contagious".If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashvill…
 
This Easter we had extra cause for celebration as we welcomed our new Lead Pastor Joshua Scott and family for their first official week with Gracepointe! The overflow crowd reflected the message, in which Josh noted how Jesus - in a culture obsessed with the distinction between "clean" and "unclean" - constantly found his way to the marginalized, e…
 
Our own Dr. Jeff Clark offers a Progressive reading of Jesus' "triumphant" entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday and how it might inform our posture toward life in times of darkness or difficulty.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice…
 
"Judge not so that you are not judged."Jesus was making a profound statement, but for many of us, a flawed interpretation of it has long defined its meaning in our minds. GracePointe's Founding Pastor Stan Mitchell dives into what is a beautiful reference to Divine love and mercy.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM…
 
This week we were honored to host Sara Cunningham, founder of Free Mom Hugs and author of How We Sleep At Night, as well as Liz Dyer, founder and leader of the Mama Bears. They shared powerful stories of their own journeys and of the restorative, healing power present in simple acts of kindness and dignity like hugs and high-fives.If you're interes…
 
Founding Pastor Stan Mitchell holds a dialogue with GracePointe's incoming Pastor Josh Scott. They talk about Josh's story, GracePointe's story, and look to the future when Josh steps into his role on Sunday, April 21st.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast …
 
Jeff Bohannon, a longtime member of the GracePointe family, recounts his story in the trials, grace, and belonging he discovered along the way.If you're interested in joining us, we gather every Sunday at 10:30AM at 4710 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville. We also have a podcast on your platform of choice! Follow @gracepointetn on every social media platf…
 
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