Your number one source for all things Methocostal. Featuring Maggie Ulmer, Scott Kisker, and David F. Watson. We love to talk about all things Christian, and especially Methodist and Wesleyan. We're particularly interested in the work of God today through the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and the ways in which God is renewing the church all over the world. If you're into theology, Bible, evangelism, or Christian ministry, or you just want to know more about the way Jesus is changing lives through power and work of the Holy Spirit today, we think you'll like our podcast.
Our 100th Episode: Mainliners, Evangelicals, and Nominal Christianity
Matt Reynolds of Spirit and Truth joins us for our 100th episode to talk about mainliners, evangelicals, and whether nominal Christianity is better than no Christianity.
How Should Christians Think About Money? with Callie and Roz Picardo
How should Christians think about money? Are there more and less faithful ways to use our money? Callie and Roz Picardo of United Theological Seminary join us to talk about their new book, Money Talks: A Biblical Take on Earning, Saving, Spending and Giving. You can purchase the book at a discount here: https://msb.press/moneytalks, discount code 20mtalk.
The Ex-Vangelical Files
In this episode we talk about the phenomenon of "exvangelicalism," where it came from, and what we can do to facilitate enduring discipleship.
How Do the Ascension and Pentecost Change the Way We Live?
In this episode we talk about the Ascension of Jesus and Pentecost. What do these events mean for us today? How should we live in light of them?
Dr. Jeff Greenway on the WCA and the Global Methodist Church
In this episode we're joined by Dr. Jeff Greenway, Pastor of Reynoldsburg UMC and current Vice-Chair of the Wesleyan Covenant Association. We talk about where we've been, where we are now, and our hopes for the Global Methodist Church.
Holy Week, Easter, Suffering, and Blessing
Maggie, Scott, and David talk about the significance of Holy Week, Christ's suffering, our suffering, and the promise of the resurrection for the Christian life.
This podcast hits on theology, church history, Methodism and Wesleyan thought, and has excellent speakers with lively discussions. Worth the listen.
I love the challenging and inspiring stories and discussions. I’ve been buying books and reading more as I’ve listened. Awesome!!
I really like the way these three discuss methodism and christianity with intelligence and humor. We need more of this.