Pastor Jodi Haier talks with everyday extraordinary people who see God at work in the world and they discuss the ripples caused when we agree to work alongside. We focus on the 5 components of church: worship, fellowship, discipleship, evangelism, mission/ministry.
This podcast is a shorter one but a much deeper one for many reasons. It covers all 5 components of church but (I hope) honors my friend. It is not a bummer but a tribute. When you are finished please listen to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mDhpQSzEfM&feature=related Instead of a pictre of Barb, I chose a laughing Jesus because that is the image she chose to be her legacy. With Barb you always knew that God had a sense of humor. enjoy!
Before listening to this podcast go listen to at least one of these songs, Mountaintop (The City Harmonic) Hands & Feet (Audio Adrenaline)I can only imagine (MercyMe) Love is here (Tenth Avenue North) Then get out your passports as we travel the world and explore our backyard, from the comfort of a kitchen table. Prepare to be CHALLENGED!
God-spotting is all about seeing God. Sometimes language helps build a bridge other times it stands in the way. These mini-casts are a way to help us use language from a new perspective. Join Pastor Jodi around the table with Cathy and Val as we deconstruct "holy." Use the comment feature to add your favorite songs that feature the word "holy."
This podcast starts with Big Daddy Weave's Let it Rise to set the tone. Then my living room couch is ON FIRE! My new mike makes the sound so much better. Russ Riddell tells about his time in Afghanistan and how he used the 5 components to gain and keep perspective. You might want to crck open your bible as we jump in.
All the components with no waiting. I had a blast with Pastor, friend, peer, mentor, elder and brother Brian Fellows. This podcast has it all: laughs puns scripture and even ends with a song. One link is to our word of the day: pericope (said "pair ick a pee") and the other is to the featured song. Get comfy this is a long one but definitely worth the commitment. enjoy! http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pericope and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XDpRE9s08c