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Burn the Haystack Josh & Jesse

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 49 Ratings

Save the Best, Burn the Rest.

    Dealing with Digital Burnout

    Dealing with Digital Burnout

    Josh and Jesse have had just about enough of the new digital world we're all part of now. Don't get us wrong: we know it's here to stay, and we embrace that fact, but one thing is undeniable: there's a drain that happens when you spend a lot of your time online, doing the things you used to do in-person. So, let's talk about that.

    00:00 Welcome & Catchup
    02:29 Why Did we Go on a Break?
    12:28 Digital Burnout
    22:32 The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill Podcast and Media
    25:53 Are we Building a Personal Brand or the Jesus Brand?

    The 5 Things that have Helped Josh Deal with Digital Burnout
    30:20 1: Slowing Down
    30:49 2: Purging the Podcast Feed
    32:56 3. Doing Less in General
    37:02 4: Stopped Browsing Phone in Bed
    37:47 5. Reading more Physical Books

    38:57 A Return to Creativity
    46:52 The Line Between the Analog and Digital is Blurring
    51:26 Wrap-Up
    52:01 Jesse's Moving back to Australia
    55:09 Outro

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    • 1 hr
    What 3 Years of BtH Has Taught Us

    What 3 Years of BtH Has Taught Us

    This week, Josh, Laura, Josh, and Jesse look back on 3 years of the podcast. and reminisce on our favourite memories. Despite the multitude of highs and lows, it's been an amazing ride. Seeing as this is our last episode before we go on our long-needed hiatus, we hope you'll join us for this livestreamed episode! From all of us at Burn the Haystack, we hope you have a wonderful holiday season, and an amazing 2021! Hopefully we'll see you soon.
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    • 1 hr 24 min
    Lentz Talk about Hillsong NY

    Lentz Talk about Hillsong NY

    This week, Josh and Jesse talk about Carl Lentz. He's the latest in a line of pastors falling from grace due to moral indiscretions, but this time, it hits a little closer to home. The guys also talk about the impact this controversy has had on the church, and how things simply must change if we're going to reach a skeptical culture with the Gospel.
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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Matthew Korpman, Saying No to God

    Matthew Korpman, Saying No to God

    This week, Josh and Jesse interview Matthew Korpman on his new book, Saying No to God. In this book, he seeks to help us reevaluate our understanding of how we relate to God, and how he relates to us. Is God truly unmoved and sovereign, or does he change his mind based on us, humans?
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    This episode of Burn the Haystack is sponsored by Avondale University College. To learn more about Avondale, click here.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Climate Change: So Hot Right Now

    Climate Change: So Hot Right Now

    This week, Josh and Jesse talk to Daniel Cocking about climate change. A somewhat controversial topic in the polarized world of today, it is nonetheless vital that we grapple with this important issue. No matter your stance on climate change, we hope that this episode is interesting and informative! We definitely learned a lot.
    Links & Resources:
    David Attenborough's 'A Life on Our Planet'
    Elon Musk's Unbelievably Simple 12-minute Killer Break Down on Climate Change
    Greta Thunberg Hears Your Excuses. She Is Not Impressed (NY Times).
    COVID-19 is awful. Climate change could be worse.
    Is It Too Late To Stop Climate Change? Well, it's Complicated.
    Greta Thunberg Does The Carbon Budget Math
    Woolworths pledges to source 100 per cent renewables by 2025

    Send us an email at burnthehaystackpodcast@gmail.com.
    This episode of Burn the Haystack is sponsored by Avondale University College. To learn more about Avondale, click here.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Nathan Brown is Wiseman Number 3

    Nathan Brown is Wiseman Number 3

    This week, Josh and Jesse talk to Nathan Brown about his new book, Advent: Hearing the Good News in the Story of Jesus' Birth. This Advent book takes readers on a journey from the first whisperings of the Messiah to his death and resurrection. Designed to be either read devotionally Dec 1-31, or in church community, this book is a fantastic resource for anyone who wants to recapture the wonder and awe of the Advent season.
    Advent Book from Signs Book Depository Nathan's Amazon Page Road to Bethlehem
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    • 1 hr 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

MartinvanR ,

Seriously on fire

Love the banter, love the conversations, love how much you guys are smashing glass ceilings. Always look forward to their podcast such a powerful voice for this generation.

hoppy_bounce ,

A light for Christianity

Josh and Jessie provide a conversational experience that balances reason and faith and challenges us in our spiritual journey’s and communities.

Kaspa071 ,

Great Podcast subscribe now!

An awesome podcast Josh and Jessie are informative, and entertaining.
I look forward to these podcasts every week and often find myself yelling at the radio in furious agreement.
Burn more haystacks!!

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