43 min

Preaching to the Deconstructing Heart THE UN-SILENT CHURCH

    • Christianity

Today we’re talking about deconstruction, the practice many have undergone to reevaluate the place of faith in their life and work and relationships. With the kind of back to back years we’ve had, everyone seems to be in the middle of some form of it—whether people are #leavingLOUD from toxic church cultures or deciding to leave the faith behind altogether, we had to ask the question:

What does it look like to preach to a deconstructing heart?



We get to have that conversation with a special guest, friend and pastor, Abe Cho, who helps us decode what seems to be bad programming in the hardware of American Christianity. In the end, our hope is that this conversation helps facilitate a new way forward towards more healthy rhythms that lead God’s people to listen first, speak carefully and above all else love—even our enemies. Enjoy.

Today we’re talking about deconstruction, the practice many have undergone to reevaluate the place of faith in their life and work and relationships. With the kind of back to back years we’ve had, everyone seems to be in the middle of some form of it—whether people are #leavingLOUD from toxic church cultures or deciding to leave the faith behind altogether, we had to ask the question:

What does it look like to preach to a deconstructing heart?



We get to have that conversation with a special guest, friend and pastor, Abe Cho, who helps us decode what seems to be bad programming in the hardware of American Christianity. In the end, our hope is that this conversation helps facilitate a new way forward towards more healthy rhythms that lead God’s people to listen first, speak carefully and above all else love—even our enemies. Enjoy.

43 min