A podcast for every Christian who has ever asked ‘Is that it?’
Mid-faith Crisis explores the Christian faith with honesty and humour. If you feel that you have more questions than answers, if you feel as though your faith is changing, if you feel that if the worship leader sings that chorus one more time you will strangle him with his own guitar strap, then this is the podcast for you. Warning. Contains traces of theology and occasional innuendo.
Episode 132: Reflections on our fourth birthday
It’s our fourth birthday! We listen back to the first episode and reflect on where it all went wrong – sorry – I mean, all that we have learnt. How has our view of the Mid-faith Crisis changed? What is the core advice we would give for listeners who are just joining us? Also more… Read More »Episode 132: Reflections on our fourth birthday
Episode 131: Wellness and winter thinking
This week we look a bit more at spiritual wellness plans. Joe shares a lot of ideas, while Nick is mainly focused on guttering. But we do talk about the idea of winter thinking – and of the benefits of actually anticipating dark times, instead of being surprised by them. Also mushrooms, spiritual foraging, the… Read More »Episode 131: Wellness and winter thinking
Episode 130: ‘We have an Amazon Prime Spirituality’
We talk about the need for patience in a society that expects instant solutions. Why did the early church talk about patience much more than they talked about evangelism? Why did Paul list patience and kindness as the two leading qualities of love? How do we train ourselves to be more patient as individuals and… Read More »Episode 130: ‘We have an Amazon Prime Spirituality’
Episode 129: We’ve forgotten what the podcast is about
We’re back! Yes, Luxembourg’s premier Christianity podcast returns and in a revolutionary new approach to podcasting, instead of discussing a topic, we are discussing what topics we might like to discuss in future. Basically, we’ve forgotten what the podcast is about so we’re pitching ideas at each other. Do join in and let us know… Read More »Episode 129: We’ve forgotten what the podcast is about
Episode 128: Mansplaining the Bible
There are some really horrible bits in the Bible. How are we to read them? Should we just ignore them? Or is our very response to them telling us something from God? We discuss how to respond to passages which are violently opposed to contemporary attitudes today. Also we touch on the benefits of being… Read More »Episode 128: Mansplaining the Bible
Episode 127: Miracles and Prophecy
Some deep questions this week. Do miracles actually happen? And what about prophecy? Can we actually experience God’s love? Has Joe filled in a proper annual leave request form? And is it ever right to call down fire and brimstone on double-glazing salesmen? Support the Podcast
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Thank you Joe and Nick
I am another wife and working mom from across the pond in the USA. The first podcast I rush to hear as soon as a new episode is available is Mid-faith Crisis. Joe and Nick bring the perfect blend of scholarship, humor, honesty and genuine care for each other and their listeners to their podcast. Stars are being hammered into a pair of celestial crowns right now for the great encouragement you bring to those of us who struggle to fit the pieces of our faith together, but do not want to throw out the puzzle. Heartfelt thanks to both of you!
Thank you Joe and Nick
Love this podcast - I’m an American, female, mother, physician. You both speak to me even from your seemingly different perspectives. Thank you!
Mid-Faith Crisis is exactly the words I would use to describe the place I'm in right now. It's a very scary place and I've been looking for something that will help me be able to understand what it is I'm going through. I only listened to the first podcast as of yet but the things they have said hit the exact points that I feel in my life now. It's terrifying to feel this but if this podcast is what it promises to be then I think it'll be a big help for me or anyone thats going through this terrifying realization that the God in the clouds with the big bushy beard might not be quite what you thought as a kid.