It has always been my contention that even in the New Creation we will work. Adam and Eve were put on the earth to work, and God said it was good. Work today however, has become a dirty word. We live lives devoted to saving enough to not work. This podcast is about people who see their work as God's work. It is not always pretty. It is not always easy. It is what God has called us to. At the end of the day all we can do is God's work.
Tim Fall | Superior Court judge in Northern California
[ep 126] Tim Fall is a Superior Court judge in Northern California. He also teaches judicial ethics to experienced judges throughout the state. His short story, “The Old Cowboy and...
A.D. “Lumkile” Thomason | “Permission to Be Black”
[ep 125] A. D. “Lumkile” Thomason is a speaker, poet, and award-winning filmmaker. He has spoken around the nation and in places such as Sudan, South Africa, China, and Palestine....
Who wears the Pants in the Blandford Family? | The Magic Table
[no 16] We are asking this question very tongue in cheek. It is obviously a strange question, but it is one that is constantly playing itself out in marriage. To...
Zawadi Morrow | Kings Kaleidoscope, Worship Director
[ep 124] Zawadi Morrow is UPC’s Associate Director of Worship with an emphasis on contemporary services. Most recently, Zawadi has served as the Director of Worship at A Seattle Church,...
Devi Abraham | Writer, Speaker, Podcaster
[ep 123] Devi Abraham is a freelance writer, thinker and podcaster, and she co-hosts Where Do We Go From Here? a weekly podcast that untangles sexual ethics for a new...
Walter Strickland II | The Bible, Theology, and Culture
[ep 122] Dr. Walter Strickland is the founder of The Strickland Institute and serves as Associate Professor of Systematic and Contextual Theology & Associate Vice President for Kingdom Diversity Initiatives...
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Great episode with Steven Garner today.
Cool concept & content
This podcast honestly always leaves me feeling inspired and challenged. The host & guests always feel real, authentic, and relatable. I love hearing people’s stories of God showing up in their everyday lives! Good for the heart!
I just recently found this podcast because Currey interviewed someone I follow on IG. I went back and started at the beginning and each episode is so different and throughtful. Over and over again the threads of grace and how to effectively be the body of Christ are listed out. I love the variety of guests (who know there was theology about vodka??) and I love the different voices that are sought out in the social work/foster care/adoption world as well. I'm glad I have several weeks worth of episodes left to go, and I will be sad when I only get to have one a week.