The episode where Johanna is nice to Teer, Jason tells us how to pray, and we talk about John while glossing over John [3:16].
Genesis 17.1-7, 15-16, Psalm 22.23-31, Romans 4.13-25, Mark 8.31-38; Why does the covenant sound so boring? Does God suffer with us? Why are we so obsessed with safety? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Rev. Dr. Emily McGowin.
Jason and Taylor have a conversation with Chaim Saiman about his viral article for The Atlantic titled Why The Last Jedi Is More Spiritual Than Religious. Chaim is a Law Professor at Villanova University and is interested in the intersection between law and faith. The conversation covers a range of topics including Jesus and the Law, growing up in the bible belt, the First Commandment, Jesus as the proto-Christian, the religiosity of Star Wars, and how our faiths and cultures are tied together.
The guys talk about Ash Wednesday, Lent, mortality, and repentance.
Johanna and Jason talked with Taylor Mertins (another member of the Crackers & Grape Juice team) for a crossover episode to talk about scripture and the season of Lent.
Johanna, Jason, and Taylor talk about scripture and the season of Lent on this bonus crossover episode.
Joel 2.1-2, 12-17, Psalm 51.1-17, 2 Corinthians 5.20b-6.10, Matthew 6.1-6, 16-20; What is the day of the Lord? Are we allowed to cry in church? Should we keep the ashes on our foreheads or not? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Todd Littleton.
Genesis 9.8-17, Psalm 25.1-10, 1 Peter 3.18-22, Mark 1.9-15; Does God need to be reminded of the covenant? What is God’s truth? Has Lent become Christianity’s January? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guests Jason Micheli and Johanna Hartelius
Does the UMC need a Donald Trump to emerge, willing to disrupt the status quo? Can the UMC move beyond the debate of human sexuality, which is really a debate over power and money, and live into is mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world?