The Jesus Culture Podcast
with Banning Liebscher, Becky Johnson, and Phil Manginelli
The Jesus Culture Podcast exists to challenge and equip you in your walk with Jesus. Join us as we explore what it truly means to be and to do.
Episode 63: Leadership and Ownership
Leaders are both aware of themselves and what God is doing, and intentional in how they live their lives. Join Banning and Phil as they discuss the process of becoming leaders that take ownership in every area of their lives.
Episode 62: Women in Ministry
What does the Bible say about women in ministry? There are clear differences between men and women, but the scriptures are clear that we are called to co-labor in ministry. In this episode, Becky and Phil discuss key passages in the Bible that are addressed to women, and how they are called to be active leaders and participants in ministry.
Episode 61: Transition with Eric and Candace Johnson
Transition is hard and painful, but we can always fall back on the faithfulness of God. Where He leads is always good. Join Becky and Phil as they talk with Eric and Candace about their recent transition from Senior Pastors at Bethel Church in Redding, to following Jesus into the unknown.
Episode 60: After Doubt with A.J. Swoboda
Is doubt bad? Is there a healthy form of deconstruction? Join Becky and Phil as they talk with AJ Swoboda, author of After Doubt, about how to confront doubt we may feel toward God. There is a way through doubt that actually leads us deeper and closer to Jesus! To hear more from AJ, check out his Twitter, mrajswoboda or visit his website, ajswobodawrites.com
Episode 59: Sabbath with A.J. Swoboda
AJ Swoboda, author of Subversive Sabbath, joins Becky and Phil to discuss the importance of practicing Sabbath and why we should. Sabbath requires trust and obedience to God that often feels inconvenient, but there is great reward attached to it. To hear more from AJ, check out his Twitter, @mrajswoboda or visit his website, ajswobodawrites.com
Episode 58: How To Live An Internally Motivated Life
The difference between internal and external motivation is immense. Our world is filled with external motivations like pain, laws, and even culture. By contrast, the way of the kingdom calls us to be motivated from the inside out walking with vision and purpose.