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A podcast exploring the connections between people, their communities, and the ways that context shapes faith

New Way 1001 New Worshiping Communities

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 10 Ratings

A podcast exploring the connections between people, their communities, and the ways that context shapes faith

    Fabiana Araujo, Parte Um (Versão em Português)

    Fabiana Araujo, Parte Um (Versão em Português)

    Minha convidada é Fabiana Araujo. A experiência dela como música e arquiteta influenciaram a atuação dela no ministério. Em sua adolescência em Itararé, no estado de São Paulo, ela orava para desenvolver um interesse por Deus ou pela Igreja, mas Fabiana e o marido (Xechel) passaram os últimos vinte anos atuando no ministério ao redor de seu país, o Brasil. Agora, eles estão nos Estados Unidos, na cidade de Atlanta, que fica no estado da Georgia, onde ela está realizando uma residência pelo movimento 1001 Novas Comunidades de Adoração. A clareza e as ideias da Fabiana, não só sobre o ministério, mas sobre a vida de forma geral, são um presente para quem tem o prazer de conhecê-la.

    Neste episódio, que será a primeira parte da nossa conversa, a Fabiana começará a contar a história da vida dela, falará dos momentos importantes que demonstram o poder da compaixão e compartilhará como Deus atuou várias vezes de formas misteriosas para conectá-la com outras pessoas.

    • 31 min
    Fabiana Araujo, Part One

    Fabiana Araujo, Part One

    Fabiana Araujo’s backgrounds as a musician and architect have shaped her approach to ministry. Once the teenager from Itararé, São Paulo, who reluctantly prayed to have an interest in God or the church, Fabiana and her husband have spent the last twenty years ministering throughout their home country of Brazil. They are now in the United States, in Atlanta, Georgia, where she serves as a resident of the 1001 new worshiping communities movement. Her clarity and insights – not only about ministry, but about life in general – have been a gift to those of us who know her.

    In this episode, part one of our conversation, Fabiana begins to tell the story of her life, and the significant moments that demonstrate the power of compassion; and how God's mystery has worked  to connect her with others again and again.

    • 29 min
    Rob Douglas, Part Two

    Rob Douglas, Part Two

    Rob Douglas is the founding pastor of Lightshine Church in Thousand Oaks, California. He’s one of the nicest people you'll ever meet, and is the author of the new book The Missional Disciple-Making Handbook.

    In part two, we talk about Rob's new book, the church’s call to “innovations of mercy”, and Rob's advice for people taking on something new. And what does a former handbell choir member have in common with someone who spent his teenage years surfing? It's Christ, obviously! And our mutual affection for the innovation Jesus calls us to.

    • 31 min
    Rob Douglas, Part One

    Rob Douglas, Part One

    Rob Douglas is the founding pastor of Lightshine Church in Thousand Oaks, California. He’s a surfer and a sports fan, and one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. He's also the author of the new book The Missional Disciple-Making Handbook.

    In part one, we talk about our hypothetical sports podcast called Sportsball!, and we discuss that singular hour of the week that often takes place on Sunday mornings at 11am. But we also dream about how we can spend the 167 hours that remain each week, and the link between all the time that's given to us.

    • 30 min
    Therese Taylor-Stinson, Part Two

    Therese Taylor-Stinson, Part Two

    Author and spiritual director Therese Taylor-Stinson is a member of the Shalem Society for Contemplative Leadership. She is also the founding managing member of the Spiritual Directors of Color Network, and the editor of the award-winning collection on the emancipative properties of holy listening: Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around. In part two, we talk about her organization the Spiritual Directors of Color Network; the balance between ego and selflessness; and spiritual direction as sacred activism.

    • 21 min
    Therese Taylor-Stinson, Part One

    Therese Taylor-Stinson, Part One

    Spiritual director and guide Therese Taylor-Stinson is a member of the Shalem Society for Contemplative Leadership. She is also the founding managing member of the Spiritual Directors of Color Network, and the editor of the award-winning collection on the emancipative properties of holy listening: Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around. In this episode, we talk about how Therese shares time with her own Soul Circle; and we discuss her forthcoming book on Harriet Tubman, and the critical relationship between contemplation and action.

    • 29 min

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