A conversation about worship, creativity and the art at the heart of how we experience God and how we share that experience with others.
Interview with Rev. Cynthia Rader-Geyer
We talk online community specifically in youth ministry during the Covid-19 pandemic. Cynthia shares her experiences and insight into online community building that works beyond just youth and young adults. What changes will we keep as the pandemic eases and how will we decide?
Here are some links she shared of resources:
Article: Christianity in the Digital Age (article is from 2017 but still informative)
Our bodies in motion--Our bodies in worship?
Brian and Rebecca talk embodiment and wonder about how worship can help us live into the Incarnation of Jesus Christ in the world. What might it do for our openness and faithfulness to the Gospel to attend to our bodies more directly in our practice of worship communally and individually?
Interview with Andrew and Jenna Craver about walking the Camino de Santiago
We dig deeper into the idea of travellers with a conversation about the experience of walking a historic pilgrimage. Thanks to Andrew and Jenna for sharing their journey and reflections with us.
Technology as a tool?
Brian and Rebecca consider how technologies of all kinds are utilized in our practices of worship and what is the core question that helps us in our planning and decisions about what technology we will use or not?
Re-release of "Benefits of Worship"
We are going back to the beginning with this re-released episode about the benefits of worship. Why is worshiping God so important and the impact that is has on the way we live. In the midst of this pandemic, many of us are going back to the basics and wrestling with questions about what do we keep doing and what can be left behind in favor of the new things that are coming forth.
Is the Church a traveler or a tourist?
Brian and Rebecca talk about how we see and experience the journey of faith. How does our perspective change our experience? What would it be like if we practiced a discipline of a traveler mindset instead of that of a tourist?