86 episodes

Welcome to the podcast from South Hills Church in Eagle, Idaho. You will always find our Sunday messages here, and, from time-to-time, may even find a bonus episode or two as well.

South Hills Idaho Randy Sherwood

    • Religion & Spirituality

Welcome to the podcast from South Hills Church in Eagle, Idaho. You will always find our Sunday messages here, and, from time-to-time, may even find a bonus episode or two as well.

    I Need A Vocation - Does unglamorous work many any real difference? | Wk 4

    I Need A Vocation - Does unglamorous work many any real difference? | Wk 4

    We are created in the image of a God who worked and is still working. This means that for us to feel whole, we actually need to work; to be co-creators with God. But our identity was never meant to be found in what we do or how we do it. Both work and rest are meant to flow out of our identity as children of God, not be the source of our identity.

    • 37 min
    I Need A Vocation - Aren't Most People Burnt Out Between Vacations? | Wk 3

    I Need A Vocation - Aren't Most People Burnt Out Between Vacations? | Wk 3

    We are created in the image of a God who worked and is still working. This means that for us to feel whole, we actually need to work; to be co-creators with God. But our identity was never meant to be found in what we do or how we do it. Both work and rest are meant to flow out of our identity as children of God, not be the source of our identity.

    • 32 min
    I Need A Vocation - What if you can't get paid to do something you're passionate about? | Wk 2

    I Need A Vocation - What if you can't get paid to do something you're passionate about? | Wk 2

    What if you can't get paid to do something you're passionate about?

    We are created in the image of a God who worked and is still working. This means that for us to feel whole, we actually need to work; to be co-creators with God. But our identity was never meant to be found in what we do or how we do it. Both work and rest are meant to flow out of our identity as children of God, not be the source of our identity.

    • 37 min
    I Need A Vocation - A Practical Theology of Work | Wk 1

    I Need A Vocation - A Practical Theology of Work | Wk 1

    We are created in the image of a God who worked and is still working. This means that for us to feel whole, we actually need to work; to be co-creators with God. But our identity was never meant to be found in what we do or how we do it. Both work and rest are meant to flow out of our identity as children of God, not be the source of our identity.

    • 39 min
    Defeating Depression (What if someone I'm close to seems depressed?) | Wk 5

    Defeating Depression (What if someone I'm close to seems depressed?) | Wk 5

    All of us know someone suffering from severe anxiety or depression (whether we know it or not). But statistically, so few seek help. It’s something we don’t want to admit to others, maybe even ourselves. And technically—what’s “severe” anyway? So, we suffer in quiet isolation, imagining the crippling sadness will somehow disappear as suddenly as it descended. But when it doesn’t, and the days turn into weeks, months, or maybe even years--what do we do then? Are we doomed or are there ways to defeat depression?

    • 39 min
    Defeating Depression (What are the people getting better doing?) | Wk 4

    Defeating Depression (What are the people getting better doing?) | Wk 4

    All of us know someone suffering from severe anxiety or depression (whether we know it or not). But statistically, so few seek help. It’s something we don’t want to admit to others, maybe even ourselves. And technically—what’s “severe” anyway? So, we suffer in quiet isolation, imagining the crippling sadness will somehow disappear as suddenly as it descended. But when it doesn’t, and the days turn into weeks, months, or maybe even years--what do we do then? Are we doomed or are there ways to defeat depression?

    • 48 min

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