Ezekiel 34.11-16, 20-24, Psalm 95.1-7a, Ephesians 1.15-23, Matthew 25.31-46; What does a hipster church look like? What should we do when Caesar yells louder than the Shepherd? What does the hypostatic union have to do with Christ the King? These and more questions on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Rev. Matt Hambrick.
Todd Littleton joined to team for this interview with Adam Clark and Christian Piatt at the Theology Beer Camp in January. While the interview was over 9 months ago, who would’ve thought that the conversation would STILL resonate today as we deal with issues of race and social justice.
Judges 4.1-7, Zephaniah 1.7, 12-18, 1 Thessalonians 5.1-11, Matthew 25.14-30; What’s so good about vinyl records? (everything) Why do place-names matter? Should we use militaristic language in church? These and more questions on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Rev. Matt Hambrick.
Dr. Johanna tells us why Eunuchs are important and why you need to know about them to be a better Christian.
Joshua 24.1-3a, 14-25, Amos 5.18-24, 1 Thessalonians 4.13-18, Matthew 25.1-13; Why do we spend so much time trying to be perfect? If God is “for us” how can we be “for God”? What if God is tired of all our words? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Rev. Sarah Locke
Jason had the opportunity to sit down for a conversation with Mike McCurry, the White House Press Secretary during the Clinton administration. Their conversation covers a range of topics including CJ Cregg on the West Wing, the cynicism that comes with working for the government, fighting Newt Gingrich, the absence of faith in politics, and thoughts on A Way Forward for the United Methodist Church.
Moving into the E’s, Dr. Johanna defines ‘epiclesis’ and Jason and Teer attempt to tell you why you should care about it.
500th Anniversary of Luther’s 95 Theses, Jason, Teer, and Johanna talk with the Beyonce of Anglicanism, Fleming Rutledge, about ongoing relevance of Protestantism’s primary message of grace and God’s agency.
Joshua 3.7-17, Micah 3.5-12, 1 Thessalonians 2.9-13, Matthew 23.1-12; What does the Old Testament say about baptism? What happens when we get hangry? Why should we spend more time thanking people? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Rev. Sarah Locke.
Teer and Taylor traveled to the Conference Office in Glen Allen, VA to interview Bishop Lewis. Their conversation covers a range of topics including the vision of the Annual Conference, how to respond to racism, and Bishop Lewis even shares her thoughts about Jason’s book Cancer Is Funny.