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It Matters No.210 - Abortion with Lila Rose
What is abortion? Does it matter? Does it matter to God? Should it matter to us? Join us for this week's episode of It Matters as Esther and Elizabeth welcome special guest Lila Rose, Founder of Live Action and long term expert on the problem of abortion in our country. This episode will examine the historical state of abortion, the current state of abortion and as always, a deep dive into what the bible has to say about this hot button issue! Tune in as Lila, Esther and Elizabeth look at abortion from every angle and examine how this impacts our daily choices.
It Matters No.209 - Gender Roles in the Bible [Part 2]
In PART 2, we give women the center stage. Discussing all things marriage, church leadership, spiritual gifts, and who gets to "call the shots" in these contexts. With lots of personal stories and testimonies of our bumpy roads, we dive deep into the word SUBMIT, and how we are to understand that practice in today’s world.
We also cover “Can women preach in church?” and "What does God think about same-sex relationships?" The final spectrum of gender roles is fully outlined here, so get ready to BE UNCOMFORTABLE, because how gender role and function is played out, MATTERS!
Pictures and Pages No.57 - Titanic and COVID Television
And we are back! Pictures and Pages with a review of AFI #83 Titanic and a review of the best television shows that premiered during pandemic!
It Matters No.208 - Gender Roles in the Bible
If you want to understand your PURPOSE and function, it all starts with design. In this two-part series, we discuss gender roles in the Bible. Unpacking phrases like “male headship” and “female submission,” as well as what God says about women in leadership, the patriarchy, and a plethora of problematic issues concerning gender in society. Find out WHY we are so in love with the Creator and the brilliance of His intention with men and women!
A Conversation about "Black Liturgies" with author Cole Riley [Everyday Exiles Podcast No.69]
Our contributor Heather Strong Moore had the special opportunity to interview the creator behind @blackliturgies, Cole Arthur Riley. Cole majored in Writing at the University of Pittsburgh, has been in campus ministry for the past 7 years and works with a Christian Study Center at Cornell University. In recent years she has encountered liturgical worship which inspired her to begin an Instagram account of quotes and her own original prayers written for Black Christians. The account began at the end of June and already has nearly 25,000 followers. In our interview Heather asks more about Cole’s story and her experience of finding her own identity and belonging in what has been a historically White tradition.
It Matters No.207 - Worship Under Fire
Worship is more than just music, it is a battlecry.
A weapon against the darkness, doubt and despair that is warring on us in anxious times. Our ability to worship God freely is under attack, so it is crucial to refresh our understanding of the power of worship.
We look at what worship is, how we can praise God authentically amid chaos, and why it is so central in God’s living word.
We believe worship is the most important thing you can do right NOW, united, as the bride of Christ. When world says “panic!” the kingdom of God says “Praise!”
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Such an insightful show!
Thank you for providing such an insightful show!
I listened to 2 episodes; the Free Solo/Captain Marvel episode and an older one with Beth McCord. First of all the indulgent nature of the banter between the two guys in the Free Solo podcast is not funny. Their “banter” is annoying and not very clever. It reminded me of when you’re stuck sitting next to loud talkers who think they’re so great, but are uninteresting and have no original thoughts. I couldn’t believe how much time they spent *trying* to be clever instead of getting to the actual review. And when they finally got to the reviews, it was lacking any insights about how the truths of God and his nature are displayed in the films. It was just a shallow film review by two amateur movie watchers who like the sound of their own voices and know little to nothing about films. To top it off, the fact that they said that the lack of a feminist message in Captain Marvel was one of the few good things about the movie...ugh...It’s a shame when the Church is so far behind the world in liberating and bringing freedom to all of God’s children. I never write reviews, but couldn’t stay silent after I heard this podcast. The ladies in the Beth McCord podcast were a bit better about keeping the banter/chatter to a minimum and letting Beth speak, but they had their moments too.
Surprisingly Funny and Relevant
Reminds me of Car-Talk but with Jesus. Took them a little bit to find their groove, but they’ve definitely hit it now. Ryan is absolutely hilarious.