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Most of us have a fascinating story if anyone bothered to listen. At Christ In All Things we bother to listen. We have fun doing it. We take God seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We have to *bleep some things now and then, and we roll our eyes at each other now and then, but when you listen to Christ In All Things, you’ll find common people who rejoice in the uncommon moments animated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Christ In All Things Pastors Lance O'Donnell and Jason Schockman

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 13 Ratings

Most of us have a fascinating story if anyone bothered to listen. At Christ In All Things we bother to listen. We have fun doing it. We take God seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We have to *bleep some things now and then, and we roll our eyes at each other now and then, but when you listen to Christ In All Things, you’ll find common people who rejoice in the uncommon moments animated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

    Meet Jackie Meyer. Part 2

    Meet Jackie Meyer. Part 2

    In Part Two of our conversation with Jackie Meyer she noted that of those conceived with Turner’s Syndrome only two percent live to birth. As a result, Jackie has a profound sense of thankfulness and purpose. This thankfulness and purpose deeply informs the adoption and parenting of their son, indeed, the whole of her life and service in the church, especially with “the little things.”
    Recorded 21 February, A.D. 2024

    • 32 min
    Meet Jackie Meyer. Part 1

    Meet Jackie Meyer. Part 1

    Jaclyn Marie Meyer’s doctor once described her as “the little engine that could.” When you listen to this conversation you’ll understand why that is apt, for Jackie Meyer has had her challenges since birth. In this episode we talk about her Turner’s Syndrome with candor and Christian hope. Among other things, we hear the wonderful story of her early-twenties encounter with a college lad named Dave Meyer and how life at St. Paul’s shaped her significantly.
    It seems that Jackie serves everywhere in the congregation, but—as we joke—“in a diminutive way.” Her service, unlike her husband’s, is a little more behind-the-scenes. Nevertheless, she is—befitting her name—a humble yet faithful and tenacious servant of Christ.
    Recorded 21 February, A.D. 2024

    • 30 min
    Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship. Part 2

    Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship. Part 2

    In Part 2 of this live conversation between two best friends, Mark Tredray and Rev. Jason Schockman, the best friends talk about the development of their friendship, disappointments, and the centrality of God’s forgiveness. The banter is genuine but the central point is this: “What makes friendship work is when it’s grounded in the forgiveness and grace we have in Christ.” Whether you have great friends or want to learn friendship, theirs is a lot to learn from this conversation. Enjoy the banter and the wonderful Q&A in the last half of this episode.
    This was recorded at Reformation Tap Society on February 18, 2024. Their talk is entitled, “Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship.” Reformation Tap Society is held on the third Sunday at BrewFinity Brewing Co. (www.brewfinitybrewing.com.) from 5-7pm, September through May.
    Recorded 18 February, A.D. 2024

    • 33 min
    Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship

    Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship

    This is Part 1 of a live conversation between two best friends, Mark Tredray and Rev. Jason Schockman. Recorded at Reformation Tap Society on February 18, 2024, their talk is entitled, “Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship.” As these two readily admit, they are “experts on friendship only inasmuch as we have made things work.” They recognize that there is both providence and volition in Godly friendship. These two are particularly interesting in helping people move from acquaintance to friendship.
    Reformation Tap Society is held on the third Sunday at BrewFinity Brewing Co. (www.brewfinitybrewing.com.) from 5-7pm, September through May.
    Recorded 18 February, A.D. 2024

    • 31 min
    PREVIEW: Cultivating Christian Friendship

    PREVIEW: Cultivating Christian Friendship

    Pastor Jason Schockman previews the upcoming presentation at Reformation Tap Society, "Bonfires, Brews, and Board Games: Cultivating Christian Friendship," which occurs at 5:30 p.m @ BrewFinity in Oconomowoc. That presentation will be recorded, edited, and posted by Friday, 23 February 2024. Thank you for listening.

    • 5 min
    Wonderfully Made. Part 3

    Wonderfully Made. Part 3

    “The triune God,” notes Dr. John Kleinig, “designed [the human body] for himself and for participation in his own eternal life . . . he designed it so that he could show himself bodily to other embodied people and give them bodily access to himself by his theophany, his physical appearance to them in Jesus. . . The human body was made to bridge two realms: the invisible, eternal realm of God and the visible, temporal real of this creation.” (John Kleinig, Wonderfully Made, 14) This view of the human body, that it is a “shrine,” contrasts sharply with the typically worldly view. In Part 3 of our discussion of the “Introduction” to Dr. Kleinig’s book, we explore this and some of the implications.
    Though listeners do not have to have the book to benefit from the discussion, we encourage listeners to get their own copy of Wonderfully Made: A Protestant Theology of the Body by John Kleinig. We will quote from and discuss the hard cover version published in 2021 by Lexham Press.
     Recorded 31 January, A.D. 2024

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

PJs PK ,

A very good, Christ centered podcast.

This podcast is made by two very Lutheran pastors who might make to many many dad jokes and might have a little to much fun. I would suggest this podcast for all listeners.

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