The Kingdom Innovators Podcast is a regular conversation about doing new things God's called us to so that His Kingdom may come where we live, work & play. Every week Andy will talk with someone taking new steps to partner with God in seeing His Kingdom come in their world. No matter who you are or what you do these conversations are for and about you and what God wants to do in your part of the world.
Rick Duncan of SEND & Cuyahoga Valley Church
In episode 4 we go back to a long-form interview with Pastor Rick Duncan. Rick is the founding pastor of Cuyahoga Valley Church and a Trainer of Trainers in the church planting world with SEND North America. Rick offers insight into calling, discernment and listening to God.
When to Start Something New
It's the beginning of a new year and often this is the time we want to start something new. In this week's podcast Andy is flying solo talking about how to know when the time is right to start something new, why we often experience such heartache in new endeavors we're sure are from God and understanding why He gives us a passion or a burden before it's time to take action.
To read the full devotional by Oswald Chambers Andy mentions in this episode go to https://utmost.org/why-can-i-not-follow-you-now/
Laura Dudek of The Written Retreat
This week we sit down to talk to Laura Dudek about calling, starting new things at new times, working through questions and depression and how innovation comes through limitations. You can check out more of Laura's work at www.lauradudek.com.
Noah Nickel of King's Church
In the first-ever episode of The Kingdom Innovators podcast we begin our conversations about calling by talking to Noah Nickel, founding pastor of King's Church in Cleveland, Ohio. Noah tells us about how God called him into ministry, why he planted a church and how he keeps pursuing this form of Kingdom innovation even when times get tough.
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Andy won’t settle for giving you something interesting to think about or helping you see from a different perspective—though he does do those things! He is also always pushing you to take action. And thank God! As someone trying to live out this Kingdom Innovation thing in my everyday life, I am so grateful that I have this inspiring podcast to return to again and again!