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Radius is a church for people convinced church is irrelevant.

http://radius.church

Join us.


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    The Past is Too Powerful : The Whole Soul

    The Past is Too Powerful : The Whole Soul

    Many of the messages we learned growing up produce our emotional states - even decades later. While a lot of people assume "God will just fix it if I go to church enough or pray the right way", it certainly doesn't seem to be working for people who do a lot of church and a lot of praying. Truth is, we have to look back at how we've been functioning and choose a different story. We can't break patterns we haven't clearly identified.

    Super Religious, Super Messed Up : The Whole Soul

    Super Religious, Super Messed Up : The Whole Soul

    Most people leave churches or leave the faith because it simply doesn't seem to work. No matter how often they do "church" things, they are still facing their greatest chellenges - insecurity, fear, disappointment, rage. And most Christians, when you look at their lives, don't seem to have any more figured out. So, how do we repair what's really broken? It won't be from doing more or learning more. The work is so much more simple and courageous than any of that.

    Easter

    Easter

    There are still some people (millions of people, actually) who don’t just
    believe the resurrection of Jesus is a metaphor for starting over. Every
    Easter, and every day in between, they live like the event actually
    happened. There’s good reason to question their sanity.

    Good Friday

    Good Friday

    Our special Good Friday service to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus
    2000 years ago.

    Anomalies: "How to Build Uncommon Resilience"

    Anomalies: "How to Build Uncommon Resilience"

    It would be great if life got easier the more you do the right thing. But the truth is, the counter-pressure may increase, the temptation to deviate from your convictions will get greater, you’ll experience more people trying to call you out, call you to break focus, call you to retaliate and get bitter. But how can do you develop the resilience to keep going?

    Anomalies: "How to Build Uncommon Perspective" (Daniel 5) 3.21.2021

    Anomalies: "How to Build Uncommon Perspective" (Daniel 5) 3.21.2021

    A year of COVID and job losses and kids struggling through school and
    poverty rising and vicious politics has a raised an age-old question a
    little more often than normal. Why do bad things happen to good people? Or,
    the even tougher, Why do good things happen to bad people? In this message,
    we discover how to see a world that seems unfair in a way that makes a
    little more sense.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Part time trivia crack player ,

Time to get your cup filled

I have the pleasure of seeing these live every week, but when I'm out of town or unable to make it I always make sure to get caught up here. I've never felt more apart of something so positive and and felt more informed on how Today's church fits in today's world. Give it a listen you won't regret it.

Ctuckferg ,

My Radius, My Family, My Home Away From Home

This podcast and this church are what made LA feel like home. Joseph speaks truthfully from his heart with honesty and compassion and is always ready to challenge our ways and our thoughts. He never holds back that he believes Jesus is the answer, but it’s HOW he speaks that makes every ear want to listen.

Andrewahu ,

Honest, relatable, engaging...

My weekly listen- it’s truthful, gentle and relevant.
Enlightening teaching without any weird religious pretense... HIGHLY recommend!!

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