A podcast seeking to discuss a variety of topics that are applicable to living out our faith in Vancouver right here and now. There will also be interviews with pastors, theologians, and leaders from all over the place, where we will talk to them about their area of expertise or interest, hoping to glean from their insights in a way that is helpful to all of us.
Jesus the Great Philosopher
Jake and Brandt are joined by Dr. Jonathan Pennington as he discusses his new book, “Jesus The Great Philosopher”. Listen in as they discuss the practical aim of ancient philosophy, why friendship matters, what roles emotions play in our life, a story about guys taking off their shirts at a conference, and what Jesus has to do with all of this!
Following Jesus in Pregnancy Loss
Liz Mannegren joins the podcast to discuss her book, “Embrace: Clinging to Christ Through the Pain of Pregnancy Loss”. Listen in as Liz joins Jake and Brett to share her own story of pregnancy loss, how Jesus met her in the midst of her pain, and how we can be the church to those grieving the loss of a child during pregnancy.
Facebook, Virtual Reality Church, and Embodiment: Technology in the Church in an Isolated World
Jonathan Lipps, a local technologist and theologian, joins Jake and Brett as they have a lively discussion surrounding the role of technology in our formation as disciples of Jesus, how technology might be changing us more than we think, and the Biblical vision for embodied living.
The Landscape of Exile: Thoughts on Living as Strangers in a Strange Land
Dr. Iain Provan is back again to talk about the cultural narratives and ideologies behind certain social movements and how we as followers of Jesus might think biblically whilst in exile.
775 Days in Prison: The Kevin and Julia Garratt Story
Join Jake and Brett as they sit down with Kevin Garratt to listen to a story of God’s faithfulness and love in the midst of abduction and harrowing imprisonment.
Theodicy, Evil, and the Presence of Jesus
Dr. Ross Hastings joins Jake and Brett to discuss how Christians should think about God's goodness and the existence of evil.