In All Things Charity is a theology podcast. Heather, Tara and JR. explore culture, life and ministry from a Wesleyan Feminist perspective. Pull up a chair and join us!
The Zombie Apocalypse Gets Biblical - In All Things Charity Season 8
Is the pandemic making us a little stir crazy? Maybe. Because we decide to draft Zombie Apocalypse Survival teams from Biblical characters. Whose team is best?
Earth Day with Rev Brit Bolerjack - In All Things Charity Season 8
Rev Brit Bolerjack joins us to talk about Earth Day. Why is creation care so important for Christians? And how can we lead faithfully such that our congregations learn the value of creation for a faithful people?
Self Care in Quarantine - In All Things Charity Season 8
Self-Distancing has been especially burdensome for pastors. How can we create space for self-care as we also work to care for our people? PLUS: Games for quarantine!
In All Things COVID - In All Things Charity Season 8
In this time of social distancing, how are our churches adapting? And with holy week just around the corner, how are we preparing for Good Friday and Easter in quarantine?
Which Gospel is the Best? - In All Things Charity Season 8
What is a Gospel? What makes the four in our canon stand out? Plus, we know you love our fights, so we argue about which of the four is the best. PLUS: we talk (probably too much?) about the Infancy Gospel of Thomas.
Pastoral Self Care - In All Things Charity Season 8
How can pastors make self-care a priority, especially when faced with so many competing demands?
LOVE! LOVE! LOVE! Do you have a space where you share a list of the books/shows you bring up in each episode? Thanks for all you do!
Just finished listening to the latest episode with Darcy Lockman, and it was both eye-opening and convicting. It makes me consider my dad’s level of involvement In parenting me, as well as that of my grandfathers’ relative to my parents. There’s so much to say... I’d probably need to make a podcast of my reaction to you guys’ podcast 😅
You are doing great work!
Thanks for providing a contemporary, Wesleyan voice on issues that matter so much! Your podcast matters!
Thomas J Oord