47 episodes

Life is hectic, demanding, and doesn’t stop. When honest with ourselves, we must confess we often don’t know what the hell we’re doing. The Larkcast is an ongoing conversation about the inclusive and mischievous nature of God’s presence through the lens of all the things that make up the phenomena we refer to as “life.” Astonishing grace and refreshing honesty collide right here for your weekly encouragement.

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Web: larksite.com
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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 92 Ratings

Life is hectic, demanding, and doesn’t stop. When honest with ourselves, we must confess we often don’t know what the hell we’re doing. The Larkcast is an ongoing conversation about the inclusive and mischievous nature of God’s presence through the lens of all the things that make up the phenomena we refer to as “life.” Astonishing grace and refreshing honesty collide right here for your weekly encouragement.

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Web: larksite.com
Email: Howdy@larksite.com
Instagram: @lark_social

    What's The Word?

    What's The Word?

    Weekly, 30-minute episodes focussing on the Gospel of John starts now. Join Russ and Tony for the start of a new conversation, exploring the most unique gospel through the lens of the finished work of Jesus.

    • 34 min
    Finding Freedom In Christianity

    Finding Freedom In Christianity

    We know there is freedom in Jesus, but not many of us experience freedom in the communities that claim Jesus. Episode 44 of the Larkcast explores why we're more likely to receive a to-do list than the comforting news that we're loved and what you can do about it all.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Irreligious Easter

    Irreligious Easter

    On this episode of the Larkcast, we take a break from our finding freedom series to discuss why Easter is not a religious holiday, and why that matters for everyone longing to know the freedom, rest, and adventure Jesus promised.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Finding Freedom In Work

    Finding Freedom In Work

    Everywhere we look, we find ladders to climb, paths to walk, goals to achieve, and the relief from our pain being pursued. Anything to assure ourselves we're "okay," that we're worthy. So even though religion as we traditionally know it is fading, it seems to be rebranding itself in other areas of life where significance, security, and belonging can be found. Episode 42 explores our favorite American obsession—work.

    • 59 min
    Finding Freedom In Politics

    Finding Freedom In Politics

    Even though religion as we traditionally know it is fading, it seems to be rebranding itself in other areas of life where significance, security, and belonging can be found. Episode 41 explores the topic of politics. Unless you've been living in a monastery for the past handful of years, you'll know why this one made the list.

    • 46 min
    Finding Freedom In Busyness

    Finding Freedom In Busyness

    Even though religion as we traditionally know it is fading, it seems to be rebranding itself in other areas of life where significance, security, and belonging can be found. Episode 40 dives into the issue of busyness. Some of us are finding justification in life through busyness while others are seeking justification in our solution to busyness.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
92 Ratings

92 Ratings

what up cuzzzzZ ,

Top tier.

I’ve honestly never enjoyed a podcast as much as I have this one. I literally feel like I’m sitting on a couch with Tony and Russ. Incredibly welcoming, inspiring, invoking, and Christ centered. Real dudes. Real problems. Real Jesus.

Ryan@Uncommon[good] ,

Authentic - Fun - Profound

I’m loving these guys and their great mix of raw truth and incredible grace. Thanks for bringing the goodness in such a relatable and fun podcast!

pezpez ,

is this a parody of right wingers?

very unenlightened fellows. cancel these mofos.

- woke mob

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