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Home Based Business Live. Greg & Pattie Arnold's Home Based Business discussions with top industry guests consisting of company owners, distributors, trainers, authors and industry providers.
 
A Guy's Guide to God and Life. Listen in as we sit around the campfire, remove the filters, and "guy talk" about how to win at faith, work, and life. Pick up some tips and hacks to keep your faith relevant and on track. The show is hosted by Greg Arnold, founder of Live Bold Ministries and the popular Live Bold App for Christian Men.
 
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Our stories. Shaping God. Mark Groleau sits down in Toronto with fellow Toronto Jesus-followers - artists, pastors, authors, professors, musicians, and executives like Tim Day, Brian Walsh, Greg Paul, Rick Tobias, Alice Vander Vennen, Carolyn Weber, Helen Noh, Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, and John Suk - who tell their stories and help us wiki God for a better way. 'Wanna find out how Christians in Toronto are living out the Jesus-ethic in this city? WikiGod is the place to find out - and to wiki Go ...
 
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With all of the effort placed on capturing our attention, who are we listening to and how is that shaping our daily life? Rev. Eddie Kirby takes off the collar, steps from behind the pulpit and walks through the question, "Who's perspective about my life and I most concerned about?"
 
Judge Jason Thornton talks about his walk of faith and how he balances the gavel and the bible in his daily walk of faith. Sometimes judging means listening. Pick up a tip or two on doing life as a Christian man.
 
In this episode, we sit down with Coach Scott Lesley to talk about doing life as a Christian guy. Coach Lesley takes us inside his life in the classroom as a biology and science teacher, with some pretty clear advice on walking a thin line. Coach takes us off the field and shares how he keeps focused on God to help him win. How does he hold on ...…
 
In this special WikiGod bonus episode, David Fitch wikiis God with us about his new book, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission. David talks about how the world is longing for presence and how God wants to be present by the church. But that means Jesus-people need a practice to make space for the presence of God ...…
 
In this, the last weekly episode after 100 consecutive weeks over 2 years, Mark reviews the journey of the WikiGod Project, and walks through his key "personal waypoints" that led from "there" to "here." You'll hear about: Exponential 2015 and Michael Frost's “live a questionable life'” Hugh Halter and "my house as a missional outpost;” Karen W ...…
 
This week, we wiki God with Brett McBride, Lead Pastor of The Peoples Church and former Executive Director of Urban Promise Toronto. Brett talks to Mark about: how the voice of a friend rocked him into making his faith his own, how patient, understanding parents gave him a safe place to fall, how urban ministry made him a learner/listener rathe ...…
 
Stop me if you've heard this: "We pray to ask God to intervene." "God knows everything, so what's the point of praying?" "Praying doesn't change God, it changes us." Is there another way to think about prayer? Inspired by last week's Anne Woolger's account of prayer in the creation of Matthew House, this week Mark talks about God as the one "in ...…
 
This week, Mark reflects on a theological throwdown that happened on his Facebook wall this past week and wonders about how everything we say of God can be met with opposition from very smart and spiritual friends. Then he references an article by Dr. Daniel Kirk (Use Your Imagination...) to discuss how we all tend to insist on different and ev ...…
 
This week, Mark wikiis God with Michael W. Smith, prolific musical artist and winner of three Grammy Awards, an AMA Award, and 45 Dove Awards. He also has recorded 31 No. 1 hit songs, fourteen gold albums, and five platinum albums. Michael phones in from Tennessee and talks to Mark about: his parents’ and his church’s positive and lasting influ ...…
 
This week, Mark takes on the subjectivity of the previous B-side's claim that "I can only believe in a God I like," and challenges us to think about the God we believe in through the lens of data, experience, and interpretation. You'll hear about: why it's important to be religious and not just spiritual, how each of us is an event contingent o ...…
 
This week, Mark wikiis God with Dion Oxford, longtime Toronto anti-poverty advocate and founder of The Salvation Army Gateway downtown men's shelter and Causeway. Dion talks to Mark about: how a young man's life changed when he became friends with "those people," being frustrated with the church while deeply loving it; the important difference ...…
 
This week, Mark makes the observation: a person who believes in God has to be mostly-to-completely satisfied with the God he or she believes in. Put another way: a person will generally not worship and/or be devoted to an unlikeable God. Well, if I only believe in a God I like, then that means: I can dialogue with other people's views of the Go ...…
 
This week, Mark sits down for WikiGod's first ever over-the-phone, non-Torontonian interview. Dr. Jerry L. Martin is the author of God: An Autobiography, as told to a philosopher. Jerry talks to Mark about: what it was like to be interrupted by a divine voice for over a year; how Jerry learned to discern and obey; how God is a self-developing a ...…
 
This week, Mark rather giddily fields a voicemail sent through the website. Evie asks how the third perspective of God's power in Episode 79b - the "limited view" of God - deals with accounts of miracles and Jesus' resurrection in the Scriptures, and what that means for how Scripture itself is regarded in this view. Mark shares: how this perspe ...…
 
This week, Mark sits down with Joanna la Fleur, Director of Creative Communications at C4 Church. Among many insights, you'll learn about: how early-life experiences of her parents' inclusion and hospitality shaped her faith; how the world of church work and business are similar and where they differ; how to consider the role of technology in o ...…
 
This week, Mark recalls his interview with Dr. John Neufeld and how it came about, highlighting the positive regard that emerges when meeting and discussing face-to-face rather than merely blogging or podcasting about someone or about an opposing viewpoint. Then, as promised, Mark provides a brief survey of the three views of God's power. You'l ...…
 
This week, Mark sits down with 30-year minister and Back to the Bible Canada's Bible teacher, Dr. John Neufeld. Arranged by FaithStrongToday, their conversation illustrates how believers on opposite ends of the theological spectrum can amicably dialogue, listen, and learn from each other's perspectives. You'll hear John talk about: two influenc ...…
 
There has been a lot of feedback and encouragement around Mark's recent reconciliation incident discussed in Episode 77b). So this week, Mark reflects further and shares the method he used to bring it about - to "put my offender in my shoes" for a few minutes. You'll learn about: the difference between "wanting him to feel how I felt" and "want ...…
 
This week, Mark sits down with non-profit freelance photographer and entrepreneur Paul Bettings. Among many insights, you'll learn about: how a teenager discovered his passion when he least expected it, overcoming obstacles to achieve innovative and fulfilling goals, the ongoing faith challenges presented by a negative church upbringing, how in ...…
 
This week, Mark reflects on one of the monumental events to happen to him - and it was last weekend. Today's "B-side" explores themes of: using discernment about when to confront an abuser; the ways that forgiveness is not the same as reconciliation; the importance of clarity around confrontation; how reconciliation is infinitely more rewarding ...…
 
This week, Mark continues our dive into Toronto's hip-hop scene when he sits down for a riveting chat with Juno-nominated rapper and hip-hop artist Eternia. You'll learn about: how a young girl discovered her passion and "went pro;" navigating the complexities of a broken home and reconstructing broken relationships; how early impressions of Go ...…
 
It's the first episode of the new "B-sides" format! This week, Mark reflects on last week's conversation with Darrell Winger. Today's "B-side" explores the themes of: intellectual humility, how the possibility of "not knowing" is the prerequisite fordeep listening, why Jesus wanted churches and Christians to be interdependent,and how, ultimatel ...…
 
This week, Mark delivers his final preamble to an interviewepisode, announcing a return to weekly episodes - one weekdevoted to the guest interview ("interview episode") and the nextweek to Mark's thoughts and reflections on the conversation+ the input of listeners like you via email, Twitter, Facebook, the Speakpipe, of the comment section (th ...…
 
This week, Mark updates the WikiGod community about his latest goings-on, muses about a possible format change of returning to weekly episodes, and reflects about how the past few guests have been all about transformation - and how transformation in any capacity means opening oneself up to something new. "New" leads to transformation. So why no ...…
 
Inspired by this week's guest, Mark reflects on her question, "What if transformation wasn’t about God making me more perfect so he could love me more, but instead was about changing me so I could experience his love more perfectly?” In contrast to a religious message that typically argues that change is for worthiness, "change for a better exp ...…
 
We welcome new people to our workplaces, to our classes, to our dinner parties, to our support groups, to our churches. Why not our neighbourhoods? This week, Mark shares how he welcomed a new family on his street, and how the criterion for welcoming someone seems to be an ownership of place. When we reclaim a feeling of ownership and vested in ...…
 
"What am I doing? And why am I doing it?" It's a question we all ask of our lives if, in those quiet moments, we allow ourselves to. This week Mark reflects on how for him, it's a passion to reimagine the possibilities captured in the ideas of "God" and "neighbour;" rather than simply inheriting what's always been said and conceived of both can ...…
 
"Christianity is too violent." This week, Mark discusses a recent objection he heard about the cross, and he offers an alternative perspective. Rather than being too violent, the story of Jesus' martyrdom makes a statement for people of all ages: it is the world that's too violent, and there is a way we might respond that disarms and exposes th ...…
 
This week, Mark talks about how Christianity is an inherently apocalyptic faith - fuelled by a conviction that hope is coming and it's here. But... hope for whom? While there is a stream of Christians who take the lifeboat approach - "the world is going down, but there's hope for me" - the message of the prophets, the life and ministry of Jesus ...…
 
"What is discernment?" Last week, Mark was asked by the Tyndale Seminary Student Council to facilitate a live Town Hall discussion on campus with Dr. Gary Nelson, President of Tyndale, and Sr. Mary Rose Marrin of the Sisters of St. Joseph. In this special bonus episode, Gary and Mary Rose tell the story of how the property known as Morrow Park ...…
 
There is a legend of a ring whose wearer can become invisible. Plato picked up on this story - the fabled "ring of Gyges" - to explore the philosophical question as to whether a person is truly just and moral. If you were invisible - if you couldn't be seen and found out - would you surrender to destructive appetites? In this episode, Mark expl ...…
 
It’s a new year; 'time for new projects. This week, Mark shares how staring at an infographic for a few hours prompted him to make changes to his work rhythm and how it kickstarted a new idea. Starting this week, WikiGod will shift to a bi-weekly schedule and Mark will be launching a new initiative called WeMakeWillowdale - a networking group a ...…
 
"Is there a way to speak of non-violence from a feminist angle?" Following last week's discussion of non-violence as violence, this week Mark was encouraged to further explore that idea from a less patriarchal and masculine worldview and to find language around it from a feminist perspective. Landing on the analogy of how a parent might bring c ...…
 
"Doesn't being non-violent mean doing violence to systems of violence, though?" Inspired by a question from Dan on Episode 61, this week Mark takes a cue from self-deconstructing questions like these and explores how participating in a supposed "war on Christmas" is itself a contradiction of the event being observed: to be angry and aggressive ...…
 
“The world's questions are not the questions which lead to life. What really needs to be said is that where the church is faithful to its Lord, there the powers of the kingdom are present and people begin to ask the question to which the gospel is the answer.” Inspired by this quote from Lesslie Newbigin on Darryl's blog, this week Mark explore ...…
 
"We don't even have the ground floor that Jesus walked on." What is that ground floor? Community. After a seminar with Paul Sparks (one of the authors of The New Parish) talking about the resurging notion of "parish," Mark reflects on Sparks' observation that where everywhere in the world community has been assumed, the last 200 years have seen ...…
 
"Foreign missionaries." Chances are, you think of cultural indoctrination and colonization when you hear those words. But it need not be so; history does have examples of humility and mutual interest among the many men and women who brought the message of Jesus overseas. Inspired by Dr. Ron Kydd's book Finding Pieces of the Puzzle, this week Ma ...…
 
Wait... if Jesus was our scapegoat and not God's - did God need Jesus's blood spilled? This week as a sort of Part 2 from last week, Mark dives into John the Revelator's take on Jesus as "lamb," and explores the horizons and limits of the "lamb" metaphor in Hebrew thought. Hearkening to the original Passover and the akedah (Abraham and Issac), ...…
 
The same things that make us friends make us enemies. Huh? This week, Mark commemorates the renowned literary critic Rene Girard and does his best to break down one of Girard's most poignant concepts: mimetic rivalry. According to Girard, people are drawn together by common affinities but then compete for those same things. The social breakdown ...…
 
What does a neighbourhood potluck have to do wth Jesus? This week, Mark tells the story of how the neighbourhood responded to the neighbourhood potluck drop-in, and breaks down how all our missional engagement/mindful neighbouring is best rooted in the Incarnation - rooted in how God mindfully neighboured us in Jesus, and continues to do so tod ...…
 
Does God really smile? Cry? Feel angry? Regret? This week, Mark recounts all the events and tasks that led up to inviting the households on his street to a neighbours potluck drop-in. From creating invitations, to baking cookies, to cutting paper, to bagging, stapling, and putting it all together - when Mark and the kids take to the street on a ...…
 
"Why did you decide not to start a church in your living room with an open call and see who showed up?" This week Mark explains a change of tack for The Alter's launch and responds to a direct question from a listener who wonders what are the key components of a "core group" in starting a new enterprise. In a nutshell: unconditional presence/fr ...…
 
"I find politics to be extremely disinteresting." It's been a long and heavy election season in Canada, and elections season drags on in the U.S. Families and friends are inherently divided by the system, and we look to put the pieces of relationships together after months of violence metaphors like "battle," "fight," "defeat," and the like. Th ...…
 
"...And what I do, I understand." This week, Mark shares an update about The Alter, how a key moment in Denver changed some of his plans, and how an unexpected conversation with a new neighbour a few houses down confirmed the next step for mindful neighbouring initiatives on his street. Then Mark sits down again with Rev. Colin McCartney of Con ...…
 
What if your dearest-held belief has simply been a result of your experience? Chances are, it has - or at least been heavily shaped by it. Mark kicks off a new year of podcasts with an exploration of how we need to answer the call to unity in the church and in our communities by 1) listening to and understanding the details of a perspective at ...…
 
WikiGod Podcast is celebrating our first birthday! By popular request, we're posting the 4-hour Year-in-Review special broadcast as it aired on Joy1250AM radio on September 12. This week is Part 2, featuring clips of selected interviews with ministers and artists, as well as a closing montage of Mark's question to several guests: "What is the g ...…
 
WikiGod Podcast is celebrating our first birthday! By popular request, we're posting the 4-hour Year-in-Review special broadcast as it aired on Joy1250AM radio on September 12. This week is Part 1, featuring Mark's intro and clips of selected interviews with non-profit heads, practitioners, and academics. Join us for Part 2 next week when we he ...…
 
Face it: someone's always got a "better way" than you do. Either you let that get you down, or you fight to convince the world that your way is best. Well, what if there's a better way than insisting on your better way? This week, Mark was inspired and convicted by the universal theme of unity that emerged from a years' worth of guests as he pu ...…
 
"If I throw my home open to the neighbourhood, I won't have any privacy or time to myself anymore." It's a valid concern. This week, Mark shares how loving neighbours creates the context for showing Jesus in the neighbourhood, but there are practical objections, often around a dirty house or having other things to do. But hospitality needs heal ...…
 
You've got a fire in your belly - an idea that's new to you, you're excited about it, and you're positioning yourself to execute a plan. And then it happens: you find out, "But that's already been done before, and it failed." This week, Mark reflects on a week where he shared his vision of mindful neighbouring with someone and was told "but tha ...…
 
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