In the arenas of culture, theology, art, and politics, there are numerous voices. Taylor Drake and Brian Jennings will help you exit your echo chambers and look for truth in the noise.
Personal Discipleship in a Pandemic
We all need healthy rhythms to root our souls to God, especially during a pandemic. We'll teach you three habits that you can begin practicing today. They are simple, but new habits are never easy. Plus, Taylor asks Brian some questions about how church leaders are doing during this time.
The Kitchen Sink - Love Your Neighbor, Politically (part 4 of 4)
The guys get personal and chat about how they're learning to allow the Kingdom of God to transcend and inform their politics.
Love Your Neighbor, Politically (part 3 of 4)
We complete the Top 10 List of things we must do to love our neighbor politically. We'll look at how different faith backgrounds lead to wildly different thinking about political engagement - but all potentially in "good faith." We'll also call-out two often-used ingredients in partisan poison.
Love Your Neighbor, Politically (part 2 of 4)
Part 2 of our series in learning how to love others in a climate of political hate. We'll delve into James 1 and discuss a brilliant illustration from Tony Evans.
Love Your Neighbor, Politically (part 1 of 4)
With all of the hate seething out of political conversations, how can we learn to love? Taylor and Brian unpack the first set of timeless principles for how to love your neighbor politically. A principle from I Corinthians 5 provides far-reaching application, and a story from Exodus 1 sounds eerily similar.
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Peaceful, Insightful, Humble
I started this podcast with the politics series. Political discussions usually leave me anxious, confused, depressed, and despairing. I’ve come to say “I hate politics” or “I want no part in politics.”
This series, and specifically Taylor and Brian, intelligently and peacefully engaged the political sphere with a humility and Kingdom-mindedness that brings me a new hope that I can do the same. They didn’t draw quick, oversimplified conclusions and they certainly gave nuance and complexity it’s fair place. Still, the overarching message that seemed to give the discussion energy and heart, was the Gospel and its unimpeded reach to people lost and looking for rescue. Amen and amen!
You can tell that Brian and Taylor have spent a lot of time thinking about these issues and provide practical and biblical steps to approaching politics.
Viewpoints and perspectives grounded in wisdom and love