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A weekly podcast that encourages self-reflection as we examine both the profound and mundane parts of life



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The Clergy Corner Rev. Arik Borstad

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.3 • 3 Ratings

A weekly podcast that encourages self-reflection as we examine both the profound and mundane parts of life



Artwork provided by @oshaneobrien

    Episode 200: Putting Things in Perspective

    Episode 200: Putting Things in Perspective

    Pastor Arik has been through a lot over the past couple of weeks, but it has helped him put things in perspective. Join him as he reflects upon how a change of mindset can make all the difference.

    • 8 min
    Episode 199: Christian Education

    Episode 199: Christian Education

    With the church reaching the end of its search for a new Christian Education Director, this week Pastor Arik reflects upon how important Christian Education was for him and his own faith journey

    • 10 min
    Episode 198: Five Years

    Episode 198: Five Years

    With Pastor Arik's son turning five years old this past week, he explores just how much life can change over the course of five years

    • 10 min
    Epsiode 197: Who Is My Neighbor?

    Epsiode 197: Who Is My Neighbor?

    This week we contemplate that timeless question... "Who is my neighbor?"

    • 6 min
    Episode 196: The Fourth of July

    Episode 196: The Fourth of July

    While it can be hard getting into the patriotic spirit this year, this week Pastor Arik shares a poem from his favorite poet, Shmaya, that helps us think about freedom in a new way.

    • 7 min
    Episode 195: Bear Butte

    Episode 195: Bear Butte

    After returning home from vacation and recovering from COVID, this week Pastor Arik shares the most impactful experience he had on vacation - his pilgrimage up Bear Butte

    • 11 min

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