48 episodes

A podcast about Faith and Work from Harbor Media

Cultivated: A podcast about faith and work Harbor Media

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A podcast about Faith and Work from Harbor Media

    Practicing Medicine and Caring for Patients with Dr. Heather Lewis

    Practicing Medicine and Caring for Patients with Dr. Heather Lewis

    On this episode of Cultivated, Mike sits down with obstetrician and friend Dr. Heather Lewis. Wildly funny, smart, and confident, Heather talks about the challenges of practicing medicine, caring for and loving her patients.

    • 49 min
    Music, Loss, and the Kindness of God with Jeremy Casella

    Music, Loss, and the Kindness of God with Jeremy Casella

    Jeremy Casella has been a singer songwriter and performing artist for nearly twenty years. He’s performed and collaborated with people like Andrew Peterson, Phil Keaggy, and the Blind Boys of Alabama. Casella has released 6 full-length albums and an EP. He’s also been an integral part of the influential hymn collective Indelible Grace Music whose songs are sung in churches all over the United States.
     
    On this episode, we talk about his journey as an artist, about the Christian Music industry’s rise and fall, and about his personal story – how the end of his marriage led to a deeper sense of God’s presence and kindness.
     
    You can learn more about Jeremy at www.jeremycasella.com
     
    Cultivated is Produced by Narrativo Group
    It’s hosted by Mike Cosper
    Our theme song is by Roman Candle

    • 55 min
    Augustine, Authenticity, and Emotional Health with James K.A. Smith

    Augustine, Authenticity, and Emotional Health with James K.A. Smith

    James K.A. Smith talks with Mike Cosper about his story, his new book on Augustine, fatherlessness, and a wide range of other topics.

    • 42 min
    Grace, Laughter, and Secular Religions with David Zahl

    Grace, Laughter, and Secular Religions with David Zahl

    On this episode, Mike Cosper and David Zahl talk about his story, why he came to start Mockingbird, and what their mission is all about. They also talk faith and pop culture, secular religions, and how coping with life really does demand that we get serious about faith in a crucified and resurrected savior.

    • 57 min
    Finding Holy with Ashley Hales

    Finding Holy with Ashley Hales

    Ashley Hales holds a PhD in English from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. She’s a writer, speaker, and hosts The Finding Holy Podcast. Ashley’s married to a church planter in the southern California suburbs and the mother to 4. Her writing has been featured in such places as The Gospel Coalition, Books & Culture, and Christianity Today. Her first book is Finding Holy in the Suburbs: Living Faithfully in the Land of Too Much (IVP). Connect with Ashley at aahales.com or on Instagram and Twitter at @aahales.
    We’ll talk about the contrasts of cities and suburbs, about her multi-layered sense of vocation, and about the power of place.
    Credits:
     
    This show is a production of Harbormedia and Narrativo. We make podcasts at Narrativo – you can learn more about that at www.narrativogroup.com.
     
    This episode was edited and mixed by  Mike Cosper
    Our theme song is by Roman Candle
    Our music is by Roman Candle and Dan Phelps.

    • 32 min
    Wholeheartedness, Contemplative Spirituality, and Narcissism with Chuck DeGroat

    Wholeheartedness, Contemplative Spirituality, and Narcissism with Chuck DeGroat

    On this episode, we'll hear Chuck DeGroat's story – one that's full of surprising turns and surprising transitions. We'll talk about contemplative spirituality, the church's struggle with narcissism, and the resources available to us in church history for those seeking wholeness and spiritual vitality. 

    • 56 min

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