Saturate is committed to seeing a gospel movement happen in North America and beyond in which every man, woman, and child have a daily encounter with Jesus in word and deed. This podcast is an ongoing conversation with disciples, leaders, and experts growing in the gospel and growing in living the implications of the gospel in community and on mission.
Decentralized Discipleship with The Underground
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt talk with Jeremy Stephens and Tomy Wilkerson from The Underground. We’ll talk about micro churches, the similarities and differences between them and missional communities. We learn from what The Underground has learned over the 10 years of decentralized discipleship.
Family Discipleship in the Everyday
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Jeff Vanderstelt and Duke Revard talk about family discipleship in the everyday stuff of life. In COVID we’ve seen some of our discipleship structure break down which has revealed both the ways parents are and aren’t equipped to disciple their kids. So while family discipleship is alway important, it is perhaps one of the most important areas for us to give attention to as we equip others in this season.
Churches Owning the Lostness of a City Together
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt talk with Will Plitt, Executive Director of Christ Together about unifying churches in a city for Gospel Saturation. Will and Jeff make the biblical case for unity on mission. They share some of the proven principles which lend themselves to unity and other practices that derail churches working together. This episode is both information and an invitation to engage in gospel saturation with Christ Together and Saturate.
COVID: A Bright Light Shone on America's Ecclesiology
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt step in as new hosts to launch a new season. Duke and Jeff discuss how the COVID reality has shone a bright light on how we view the church and how we’re doing at making disciples. They discuss different responses they are seeing and what leaders and churches can do to seize the opportunity God is giving us in these strange days.
Episode 104: Where We’re Headed
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson looks back at the first 103 episodes and makes a few observations on the choices we all face in this "missional moment". Brad also announces an exciting change to the podcast and his role in it. Be on the lookout for next season hosted by Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt.
Special thanks to: Jared Pickney, Sara Parker, Sunee Hillyer, Ben Fort, Amy Lathrop, Josh Cherian, and many regular guests and listeners.
Episode 103: How We Can Train Everyone Theologically
In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson talks with Chris Gonzalez about city-based theological education that reimagines seminary to be something that is for everyone and for the long-term transformation of not only our churches but our cities. They talk about endurance and learning environments that build the kingdom.
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This podcast has really been a breath of fresh air for me. Thank you so much!
I re-discovered the Saturate Podcast a few months ago. I "happened" to start listening at the first episode of the BLESS series. I was immediately inspired and hungry to learn more and hear the rest of the series. I've since started listening to older episodes.
I really, really like the Saturate/Soma model of doing things. I appreciate the honesty and openness and unwillingness to just do church as usual. Saturate in general is a revolutionary beacon of hope for me, and the podcast inspires me as often as I listen to it.
Thank you, Brad and Saturate.
Please start a Soma church in Atlanta!
Because the missional community group model is so counter-cultural, it can often be very confusing and ambiguous to grasp. This podcast greatly helps in fleshing out how to live Christianity in the everyday stuff of life as a community.