37 min

Saving Faith..‪.‬ Civil(ish)

    • Society & Culture

I was born and raised in the faith of my (fore)fathers, just the way a number of us were.  But, we've seen a tremendous amount of kids leaving the faith of their fathers while transitioning into adulthood.  Why?  What can be done?  Should anything be done? Join Morgan Mitchell, the High School & College Director at Journey Community Church, and I as we discuss this and more.

Morgan is from Rochester NY originally. Being born and raised within a faith-based background, he has found his calling to teach people what it means to look, live, and love like Jesus within a ministry context. Morgan is on his last semester of his Master of Divinity degree from Azusa Pacific Seminary. At the age of 19, he started a Spoken Word Ministry where he uses poetry creatively to minister to thousands of people. In his free time, he enjoys walking his puppy, date nights with his wife Emma, reading, and good food.

I was born and raised in the faith of my (fore)fathers, just the way a number of us were.  But, we've seen a tremendous amount of kids leaving the faith of their fathers while transitioning into adulthood.  Why?  What can be done?  Should anything be done? Join Morgan Mitchell, the High School & College Director at Journey Community Church, and I as we discuss this and more.

Morgan is from Rochester NY originally. Being born and raised within a faith-based background, he has found his calling to teach people what it means to look, live, and love like Jesus within a ministry context. Morgan is on his last semester of his Master of Divinity degree from Azusa Pacific Seminary. At the age of 19, he started a Spoken Word Ministry where he uses poetry creatively to minister to thousands of people. In his free time, he enjoys walking his puppy, date nights with his wife Emma, reading, and good food.

37 min

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