Best norsworthy podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Theology worth talking about as Luke Norsworthy interviews authors, academics, pastors and others.
 
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David Norsworthy is passionate about contemporary dancing and sees it as a way to move in a way that deconstructs ideas of beauty while drawing parallels between commitment to your creative process and the real dedication a relationship requires. You can find out more about David at: http://www.davidnorsworthy.com/ Instagram @david.norsworthy…
 
Live from the Men's Conference at The Hills Church, Bob Goff joins the show to discuss love, new dashboards, downward mobility, and his new book Everybody, Always.
 
Caleb Wilde joins the show to compare death to sex, silence, negative views of death, Resurrection, tradition, Holy Saturday, and his book Confessions of a Funeral Director.
 
A Grammy-nominated, Dove Award-winning musician (formerly with Sonicflood and Paul Colman Trio), Grant Norsworthy is also the founder, owner, content developer and principal instructor for More Than Music Mentor, providing online and on-site training to equip church singers, instrumentalists and technicians for artistic excellence and authentic ...…
 
In this mailbag episode we discuss essential truth, Bible translation, parenting, Calvinism, and more with Stephen Mackey.
 
Singer-Songwriter Dave Barnes joins the podcast to discuss giftings, Calvinist Songwriter, John Mayer, comedy, and his new album Who Knew.
 
Fr. James Martin returns to the show to talk how attire, small-mindedness, hospitality, unjust discrimination, the Pope, and his new book Building a Bridge.
 
Carl Lentz joins the show to discuss Bill Simmons, Black Eyes, seminary vs. Bible college, Alabama fan haircuts, race, abortion, preaching, and his new book Own the Moment.
 
Sean Palmer returns to discuss politics, responding to hurricane Harvey, church, cynicism, and his new book Unarmed Empire.
 
Richard Beck with special guest Mike Cope return to discuss finding God in prison, hospitality, stranger things and his new book Stranger God.
 
The Right Rev Andy Doyle along with our friend Merrill Wade join the show to discuss preaching as painting, vocation, missional, open soul, and being the Bishop of Texas.
 
Live from the side of a building in Perth, Jarrod McKenna returns to the show discuss why he's hanging from the side of a building, Walter Brueggemann, sacraments, racism, prophetic acts, #LoveMakesaWay, and the 606 asylum seekers on Manus Island. #evacuatemanus
 
Jonathan Martin returns to the show to discuss that time he got kicked off campus and received a lifetime ban from Liberty University. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Jonathan Storment joins the show to discuss his idolatrous relationship with Superman, giving gifts in public, anger as a shallow emotion, and all things October from the podcast. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
In a special crossover podcast Annie F. Downs returns to the show for a discussion about Club La Vela, the church of Christ, the need for a mothering voice, atonement, and her new book 100 Days to Brave. For the second half of the conversation go to Annie's podcast That Sounds Fun on Thursday. HINT- There's a special prize for people who listen ...…
 
Becca Stevens returns to the show to discuss healing, thistles, farming, body balm, practices, redemption, anger as a shallow feeling, enneagram & Amy Grant, and her new book Love Heals. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Chris Heuertz joins the show to discuss his friend Mother Teresea, Fr. Richard Rohr, true self, faith vs. belief, and his new book The Sacred Enneagram. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Brad Lomenick joins the show to discuss why Luke doesn't like leadership books, influence, curiosity, and his new book H3 Leadership. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Jonathan Storment returns to discuss Sean Adams, Calvinism, worship, bro-sessions, and all things September from the podcast. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Josh Ross returns to discuss Memphibians, rhythms, roots, BBQ, and his new book Reentry. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
An All-star cast of guests join the show to discuss practice based faith, the Michiana Statement, failure, the future of church, mega-churches, and balanced meals. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Jen Hatmaker joins the show to talk Coach Taylor, integration, writing, culinary thievery, guilt management, Jeremy Courtney, and her new book Of Mess and Moxie. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Brian Zahnd responds to Derek Rishmawy's critique of Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Derek Rishmawy joins the show to discuss his (really) long review of Brian Zahnd's Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, Calvinism, narrative unity, Canon within a Canon, and God as Darth Vader. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
Jonathan Storment, aka the Chastity Belt, returns to discuss Solomon, lying preachers, haunting conversations, Preemptive Love, and the Banality of Evil.
 
Sean Adam returns to the show to discuss race, NFL, the unaffected standing up for the afflicted, disagreement, and church. For more on this month’s sponsor, Missions Resource Network, click here.
 
Kent Dobson joins the show to discuss Liberty University, growing up with the Moral Majority, deconstruction, predicting the end of the world, and his new book Bitten by a Camel. For more on this month’s sponsor, Missions Resource Network, click here.
 
University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture weed scientists Jason Norsworthy, Tom Barber and Bob Scott have conducted field trials to determine the volatility of dicamba-based products Eugenia and XtendiMax on soybeans. Damage from dicamba drift to soybeans and other crops has been extensive in northeast Arkansas and the researchers c ...…
 
Wade Hodges discusses his animosity for the month of August and what the Bible is. Richard Beck talks about seeing prostitutes, hospitality, and the cover of his new book For more on this month’s sponsor, Missions Resource Network, click here.
 
Jeremy Courtney discusses the War on Terror, christening the war, conversion, complexity, Islam, faith in Iraq, safety, and starting Preemptive Love. For more on this month's sponsor, Missions Resource Network, click here.
 
Jonathan returns to discuss Eugene Peterson's recent news cycle, ecumenical gatherings, swinging left, pastoring, the evils of big church, and all things July from the podcast. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
BZ returns to discuss amazing tweets, Olive Garden, being a Christian vs. being Biblicist, flat reading, Marcion, the Word of God, Wrath, and his new book Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
In this episode Luke talks about his new book deal and then we hear a tag team sermon Luke did with Rev. Merrill Wade. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
In this episode Luke talks about his new book deal and then we hear a tag team sermon Luke did with Rev. Merrill Wade. For more on this month’s sponsor Podbean click here.
 
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