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If you baptized public radio, you’d get Love Thy Neighborhood. Subscribe now to the podcast Christianity Today calls “amazing and authentic.” Love Thy Neighborhood combines documentary journalism, studio interviews, and a rich soundtrack to tell the stories of people wrestling with what it means to follow Jesus amidst the social and cultural issues of our time. In an era that pits biblical faithfulness against social action, this biweekly series explores a third way that holds onto both. Hos ...
 
What would happen if we could improve our relationships? Welcome to The EnneaCast, a bi-weekly show that explores personality and the Enneagram through the lens of the gospel. Every episode combines teaching, an interview and a ridiculous game into a fascinating and fun listening experience. Hosted by certified Enneagram coaches Jesse Eubanks and Lindsey Lewis, The EnneaCast features Enneagram coaches, authors, pastors, artists and counselors sharing their wisdom and playing funny games base ...
 
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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Christians say there is sanctity in unborn life, but what happens when being pro-life goes beyond policy? The story of a pro-life crisis pregnancy center sharing its walls with an abortion clinic.This episode originally aired in July 2017.Want to know more about the current Supreme Court case?: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/overturn-ro…
 
Hosts Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson discuss the importance of self-care through the lens of the Enneagram. They interview author and therapist Chuck DeGroat, who shares his tips on living a balanced, whole-hearted life. The gang plays I Know What You Need, where Jesse and Sam try to sell improvised products for specific Enneagram types. Also, eve…
 
To commemorate MLK Day, Phil asks Esau McCaulley if we’re making progress on race or if we’ve gone backwards in the last few years. His answer might surprise you. Skye then interviews Old Testament professor, David T. Lamb, about the updated version of his book, “God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist?” Lamb ar…
 
Last week, the country commemorated the one-year anniversary of the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn examine what’s changed, and what hasn’t, since the attack and what impact it’s had on both Christians and our culture. They also respond to Samuel Perry’s article about the way Christian Nationalism threatens democracy. The…
 
Phil experienced a Twitter typhoon last week when he suggested “love your country” is not a Biblical command. The Holy Post crew unpacks the reactions and asks what separates godly and ungodly patriotism. Then, Skye talks to Christine Caine, founder of The A21 Campaign, about her experience of American evangelicalism as an Australian Pentecostal. W…
 
In a recent editorial, Kevin DeYoung took aim at Christian commentators, including David French, for criticizing the social and political hypocrisies within white evangelicalism. DeYoung says these necessary corrections are better left to pastors rather than “professional writers, academics, and full-time commentators.” David and Skye respond to De…
 
After the mess that was 2020, we had such high hopes for 2021. Were our expectations met? Phil and Skye look back on the year when the evangelical empire dug in its heels. Those opposed to #MeToo and Black Lives Matter responded by labeling empathy a sin. Voices advocating for women and people of color within the SBC left the denomination. The Salv…
 
We are excited to announce a big change happening at LTN! Join Jesse and Rachel as they walk you through our past year of ministry and share some big news. PLUS! - Hear updates on the podcast and our urban missions program AND how you can partner with our new vision and mission.Want to donate? https://lovethyneighborhood.org/donate/…
 
Last Sunday, the former president attended an advent service at First Baptist Church in Dallas. Some have called what unfolded an example of evangelicalism’s syncretism with conservative politics. Why aren’t more people bothered by it? Then, Don Jr. said if Christians want to take back America they need to ignore Jesus’ commands like “Turn the othe…
 
We are excited to announce a big change happening at LTN! Join Jesse and Rachel as they walk you through our past year of ministry and share some big news. PLUS! - Hear updates on the podcast and our urban missions program AND how you can partner with our new vision and mission.Want to donate? https://lovethyneighborhood.org/donate/…
 
Everyone seems to be talking about “deconstructing” faith, but researcher Josh Packard says it’s better to describe young people as “unbundling” faith. He joins Skye for a conversation about Springtide Research Institute’s new report on the State of Religion and Young People, and why Gen Z has such a negative perception of the church and such an in…
 
In this episode, we bring you some fun for the holidays!First, Jesse and Lindsey show you how to start better conversations by trying out LTN’s Say More cards. The conversation goes from silly to serious as they discuss bad haircuts, struggles about living a life of faith, and what they both hope God says to them when they die.Next, Lindsey present…
 
A recent survey found that 49 percent of pastors reported conspiracy theories were spreading within their congregations. This is especially prevalent within evangelical communities. Although evangelicals are supposed to be known as people of the “good news”—which is what the word “evangelical” literally means—in many places they’ve become the large…
 
Today, privilege has become a dirty word that is automatically associated with sinfulness, but Dominique Gilliard, author of “Subversive Witness: Scripture’s Call to Leverage Privilege,” says it doesn’t have to be. He explores the many biblical characters who used their privilege redemptively rather than selfishly, and challenges us to rethink our …
 
Our identity is precious, and therefore demands defending. But sometimes we end up defending the wrong thing.Jesse and Lindsey are again joined by Enneagram coach Lisa Vischer to talk about the specific tactics we use to defend our false Ego Identity. Lisa first walks through each Type’s Defense Mechanism, and then gives each Type a specific questi…
 
"As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came to a certain village where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. 39 Her sister, Mary, sat at the Lord’s feet, listening to what he taught. 40 But Martha was distracted by the big dinner she was preparing. She came to Jesus and said, “Lord, doesn’t it seem unfair t…
 
French Friday leaves the world of politics and theology behind to join David French and fellow nerd Skye Jethani for a journey through the pop-culture countryside of geekdom in a special episode. They begin with a breakdown of Dune, the film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel. Was it too faithful to the book? The dorky duo then deba…
 
In case you haven’t noticed, the evangelical movement in America is a mess. Some say we should let it all burn down. Others fiercely defend the historic and theological richness of the tradition. Dan Stringer says there’s a third option that is honest about evangelicalism’s failures, while also valuing its strengths. Kaitlyn interviews Stringer abo…
 
Christians say they believe in pursuing the truth, but what happens when we can’t tell the difference between truth and deception? The story of how the "King of Fake News" got his crown, the consequences of believing lies, and how a librarian is rallying Christians to push back.This episode is in partnership with The Holy Post and co-hosted by Skye…
 
You could play a crucial part in our end-of-year fundraising. As we meet with potential donors over the next several weeks, we want them to hear from you!How have our podcasts impacted you? What conversations have they sparked?Where have they helped you navigate grace and truth? Please take a minute and leave us a message by clicking the link below…
 
Did you know there are over 2300 verses about money and possessions and what to do with them? That’s almost twice as much as faith and prayer combined.... There is a principle that we ALL must learn if we are going to function the way God intends for us to function in His kingdom! I’m not talking about the tithe today! The tithe (a tenth) is a time…
 
You could play a crucial part in our end-of-year fundraising. As we meet with potential donors over the next several weeks, we want them to hear from you!How have our podcasts impacted you? What conversations have they sparked? Where have they helped you navigate grace and truth? Please take a minute and leave us a message here:https://www.speakpip…
 
Are faith and science irreconcilable belief systems? Not according to Dr. Francis Collins, the Director of the National Institutes of Health and founder of BioLogos. He talks with Phil about his journey from atheism to faith, his role in overseeing the country’s response to Covid-19, and why America’s culture war is literally killing people. Collin…
 
To be loved, we must be known. And being known means understanding our identity - who we are and where we came from. But, as with all things, this identity gets derailed by sin. Jesse and Lindsey talk with Enneagram coach Lisa Vischer about Ego Identity - a false identity we create connected to our personality. They discuss the three ways we try to…
 
Have you realized we struggle to be good Neighbors these days! We used to welcome people into our homes with a smile! Now it’s a federal offense when we don’t text before coming over! What does it look like to be a Neighbor!? Neighbors see the “other” half. – Luke 10:30. The bible says that the bandits left the man “Half dead”. Profound! One of the…
 
Why do we expect the Christian life to be easy when the Bible clearly says it will be a struggle? Starting with the wrong expectation, says John Mark Comer, makes us spiritually neurotic and causes more suffering than necessary. He talks with Skye about his new book, “Live No Lies,” why spiritual warfare isn’t what you’ve been taught, why informati…
 
Love Thy Neighborhood: Part 1 Have you ever been bothered by people? The point is not preaching . . . its people. CFC doesn’t exist so that preachers have a platform! CFC exists for PEOPLE! The disciples thought the preaching was the point. They thought the gathering and the miracles, and the healing was the point. They thought it was about doing t…
 
What is Christianity’s contribution to history and has it been positive or negative? John Dickson says Christians should obey Jesus’ command to remove the plank from our own eye and admit the many ugly truths about church history. Only then will we be able to see clearly the parts of church history that conform to the way of Jesus. Skye talks to Di…
 
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