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Boomers to Gen Z: How to Bridge the Generational Divide | Tell Me More
In a world where the pace of technological advancement is ever-increasing, we find ourselves navigating a divide between generations like never before. There is a forward momentum to a life with God. So, how do we relate to the people who came before us and the people coming after us?
In this episode, Whit and Casey talk about passing the baton to future generations, leaving the past behind, and simple steps of obedience.
Listen to the message:
Navigating Generational Gaps in Church and Culture: https://youtu.be/0AKT8ce3i8Y?si=DDYbCXMkoqFCXIuq
Casey mentions the book Generations by Jean M. Twenge, Ph.D.: https://cotm.us/generations
What's God's End Game? | Tell Me More
Have you ever read a Bible story and thought, okay, but why? The Bible is filled with narratives, parables, and teachings that often leave us pondering the purpose behind God's actions. Some people avoid the "why" questions: Why did God create mankind? What's God's end game here? But they are necessary to get to the deeper truth: What God is going to do, He has been doing the whole time.
In this episode, Whit and Lyndsey talk about the concept of Missio Dei, what God is up to in the world, and how we can be a part of it.
Listen to the message: https://youtu.be/x-9pxkI-Gh0?si=DYvmTpeq18kd5ewJ
In this episode, Lyndsey references this message: https://youtu.be/diiPG7KGAuk?si=aUPq283yUbLSl4nb
Finding Peace in the Fixed Future | Tell Me More
How often do you think about the future? For many, thoughts of the future bring uncertainty and anxiety. But Revelation gives us a picture of the future, and (spoiler alert) God’s ultimate plan is fulfilled. This view of the future should change the way we live in the present.
In this episode, Whit and Casey talk about existential angst, the final battle at Armageddon, and living a life of purpose.
Listen to the message: https://youtu.be/pDvIlzPGBGU?si=mvCk60C8z6r0wR8l
Revelation: The Anti-Christ & The Mark of the Beast | Tell Me More
For many, the Anti-Christ is a figure that resides in the world of horror movies and fiction. But when we delve deeper into Revelation and look at history, we find that the idea of a charismatic and corrupt leader is not confined to the realms of fantasy. So, who is this anti-Christ, and what’s his mark?
In this episode, Whit and Casey answer questions like, How do we avoid falling prey to magnetic leaders? Can you accidentally take the mark of the beast?
Listen to the message: https://youtu.be/Kw_3aZBnL_E?si=pkdxBQo5FbKRseNu
Divine Judgment & Sacred Endurance | Tell Me More
Revelation 6-8 takes us into the heart of a profound and often challenging aspect of the Bible: God's judgment. These chapters introduce us to the seven seals that contain divine judgment, and in doing so, they raise fundamental questions about God: Why does He judge? Why does He allow suffering?
In this episode, Whit and Casey explore how we endure in the face of suffering, God’s mercy, and living with faithful confidence.
Listen to the message: https://youtu.be/YGM8oTDvrLU?si=m6kCeOpSzdPTLUJF
In this episode, Casey mentions the book Reversed Thunder by Eugene Peterson
Art, Music, & Describing the Indescribable | Tell Me More
Have you ever noticed how art bypasses logic and goes straight to our hearts? Art makes us ask, "What does it mean?" Revelation 4 & 5 are filled with artistic language that’s meant to function in this same way — to describe the indescribable.
In this episode, Whit and Casey talk about the spiritual dimension, how creativity connects us to God, and God’s will for humanity.
Listen to the message The Throne, the Scroll, & the Lamb: https://youtu.be/A21KX9KbGzo?si=l6ItbkqGEoPSV6MZ
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Tell me more is a great supplement to the sermons. Especially love access tk ask questions. Hope it continues!
I have been listening to the life in motion podcast for a couple years and it has been such a big blessing to me. From learning about mental illness and the place it has in my life and how to get help to hearing about the joy in everyday life of what it looks like to be in ministry and have a family. The way that Heather and Jamie share their hearts and struggles helps me to look deeply inside of my heart as well. Seeing a newly posted podcast is one of the biggest highlights of my week!!!!
I wasn’t able to listen to these this summer but I have been listening to surviving summer over the winter and it has been a joy. Can’t wait for more Heather and Jamie.