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Best Pastor David O podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Pastor David O podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.
 
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.
 
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Everyone seems to be talking about justice—including Christians, but how we define “justice” in our society is hotly debated. Pastor and author Tim Keller has outlined 4 competing definitions of justice, and what sets Biblical justice apart from the rest. The Holy Post crew reviews Keller’s article and its implications. Liberty University has put J…
 
After the boys banter a bit, they get down to the subject at hand. The parishioner wants the preacher and preaching teacher to tell him what prophetic preaching is. They begin by telling what it is not. Prophetic preaching is not lecturing, teaching, or giving a running commentary of the text. Rather, it is preaching with a burden. Preaching with m…
 
Susan O’Brien is a spiritual director who works with people to become more aware of God’s presence in their lives. She received her certification through the Institute of Christian Spirituality at Lipscomb University and also holds a Bachelor of Theology from Point University. She believes that God is working in every person that she encounters. Sh…
 
S3E13 :: For this “Countdown to the Intersection Conference” mini-series, we’re interviewing our speakers to build anticipation for all the goodness coming your way Sept 16-17. To get us started, our host Erik Willits asks Bishop Todd Hunter about his own missional journey, the missional riches the Great Tradition offers, and what he’s found to be …
 
Does our faith shape our politics, or is politics shaping our faith? Justin Giboney is an attorney, a political strategist, and the co-founder and president of the AND Campaign. Rather than fighting over whether we should vote red or blue, Giboney believes Christians should use their influence to push both parties toward the love and truth of Chris…
 
In the middle of summer, with all its Covid craziness, the guys decide to relax a bit, let their hair down (at least two of them), and give listeners a peek behind the podcast curtain. So if you want to learn more about the 3GT wizards behind the mics, go ahead and push the play button. But if you are looking for a serious discussion on theology, p…
 
Chris McClarney grew up in the church as the son of a youth pastor and met Jesus at a very young age. When he was 14 he began leading worship for a small group, which then led to full-time ministry in local churches and inner-city ministry across Nashville, TN. Chris’ powerful worship anthem “Your Love Never Fails” has become one of the most popula…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Caleb Maskell leads the Society of Vineyard Scholars and is the Worship Pastor at Blue …
 
The church in North America has more money and resources than ever before, so why is it increasingly ineffective? Pastor and author, Jon Tyson, is back to talk about his latest book, “Beautiful Resistance: The Joy of Conviction in a Culture of Compromise.” Tyson says “mammon” is the central idol in America today, and that much of the church worship…
 
Pastor John MacArthur has had enough. Faced with new executive orders from California Governor Newsom that churches must not assemble at all due to the Corona virus, he took a stand, made a statement, and preached this past Lord’s Day on “We Must Obey God Rather than Man” to a packed assembly at Grace Community Church. “What do you 3GTers think?” a…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Brittany Kim is an Old Testament scholar, adjunct professor, and spiritual director-in-…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! John Kim is an Investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166, a Vineyard church plant in …
 
There are few public thinkers the Holy Post cites more often than David French, and he’s finally here in person! (Well, in person via Zoom.) French is the Senior Editor of The Dispatch, a columnist for Time, and a pro-life conservative attorney. Although many Christians are worried about the erosion of religious liberty, French says, “We have never…
 
During these hot summer days, the 3GTers decide in this episode to go for a swim where few dare to go. They jump into the deep, shark-infested waters of denominations. They first are treated to a sweeping history of the church and its major branches by one of their fellow co-hosts. Next, they look at where the origin of denominations is found. Then…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Hannah DeSpain is a vocalist and worship leader in Campbellsville, KY, featured on numerous…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Sam Yoder is a chiropractor in Campbellsville, KY and the author of the modern Vineyard hym…
 
Why is COVID19 disproportionately harming communities of color? Why are we willing to criticize certain things about America but not others? And what about black voices who say systemic racism isn’t real? Friend of the show, Dr. Theon Hill, is back to discuss all of this and more with Phil and Skye. Also this week: why horror movie fans are more pr…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Carol Wimber-Wong was an early Vineyard pioneer and, along with her late husband John Wimbe…
 
Want an episode where our lawyer-parishioner is simply on fire? You’ve tuned into the right place! For the pastor starts asking questions about the role of civil government and Christians’ relationship to it. Things start off mildly enough with a discussion about the latest social unrest, though the attorney reminds the others that our nation was f…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! On this premiere episode of the Ferment Podcast Adam sits down with David Ruis, well-known …
 
Some people spend years learning theology and studying the Bible, but experience little or no transformation in their lives. What have we gotten wrong? Dr. Jim Wilder is a neurotheologian—that means he studies theology and brain science—who says we’ve mistakingly made the gospel about knowledge when it’s actually about attachment. You don’t want to…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Tina Colón Williams is an accomplished vocalist, immigration attorney, and worship pastor. …
 
If you do not know where that question comes from, you may want to look at Proverbs 1:20-22. For wisdom is shouting in the streets to be heard, and too few are listening! On this edition of 3GT, the guys seek to tune their ears into her cry. After congratulating the parishioner on a few anniversaries, the men turn their attention to the wisdom foun…
 
As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Jared Boyd is a pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith, …
 
President of the Barna Group, David Kinnaman, is back to talk about the latest research on race and racism in the American church. Is the divide between black and white Christians shrinking, and is 2020 a true turning point or just an emotional release before a return to old ways of operating? Also this week, how can constellations help us understa…
 
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