Show 25: British Accents (Ryan Warren) “Seeing Beyond the Veil of Humanity” (Part 2)

2 Jun

If you are a Christian, and attend church regularly (or even semi-regularly), why do you go? What is the purpose of church, anyway? Does church exist to serve the people that attend, or do the people serve the church–and maybe … Read More »

Show 24: British Accents (Ryan Warren) “Seeing Beyond the Veil of Humanity” (Part 1)

26 May

How do you understand your own identity? Is it from your accomplishments in life, and the the skills and abilities you have? And where do you gain a sense of value? Is that found in what you do–or who you … Read More »

Time to Move on, Pastor John

24 May

Church Meeting Minutes Thank you all for coming along to our latest church family meeting. We know it’s been all too long since our last meeting, and we sincerely apologize for that, but as many of you know we’ve been … Read More »

Show 23: British Accents (Gary Hayes) Having a Theoclasm? (Part 2)

19 May

“If I go down a blind alley, it’s only because I went there looking for more of God. If I don’t find him, I’ll come back out and keep going!” Wise words from Mr Gary Hayes, describing what it means … Read More »

Show 22: British Accents (Gary Hayes) “Having a Theoclasm?” Part 1

12 May

“I’d rather that an unsafe building be torn down, and rebuilt, than carry on living in it–just because I don’t want change.” Wise words from Gary Hayes, this week’s “British Accents” episode on The Preacher’s Forum podcast! What’s a “theoclasm”? … Read More »

Show 21: British Accents (Keith Rycroft) “A Non-Theistic Quaker” Part 2

5 May

What happens when you begin to “run out of road” on the spiritual path you’re on? When the faith you were brought up to believe in no longer works for you? Listen in to find out what happened to Keith … Read More »

Show 20: British Accents (Keith Rycroft) “Non-Theistic Quaker” Part 1

28 Apr

What in the world is a “non-theistic Quaker”? What happens when you begin “to run out of road” on the path you’re on in life? I’ll let my friend, Keith Rycroft, begin to explain in this first half of my … Read More »