115 episodes

The Vision For Life Podcast is an ongoing conversation between the pastors of Fellowship Denver and the church at large. Each week, we discuss a subject that you’ve requested - questions about life, faith, the Bible, and how to follow Jesus in our world beyond Sunday. While the teaching of God’s word in our Sunday morning sermons is foundational, we also want to have a forum where we can do Q&A and talk about other subjects that are on people’s mind.

Vision For Life Fellowship Denver Church

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

The Vision For Life Podcast is an ongoing conversation between the pastors of Fellowship Denver and the church at large. Each week, we discuss a subject that you’ve requested - questions about life, faith, the Bible, and how to follow Jesus in our world beyond Sunday. While the teaching of God’s word in our Sunday morning sermons is foundational, we also want to have a forum where we can do Q&A and talk about other subjects that are on people’s mind.

    Episode 99 | Engaging Spiritual Disciplines As A Family

    Episode 99 | Engaging Spiritual Disciplines As A Family

    Family Ministry at Fellowship Denver takes shape in three primary ways:
    1. Age-Appropriate Teaching
    2. Church-As-Family
    3. Gospel Renewal at Home

    In today’s episode, Frank Trimble and Jenna Hallock of Family Time Ministry join Autumn to discuss the third formative value: Gospel Renewal at Home. The mission of Family Time Ministry is to train and equip parents and grandparents to pass the Christian faith to the next generation in the home. Their encouragement to parents and to all of us is to thoughtfully develop and prioritize regular rhythms of interacting with God through the study of Scripture, prayer, and singing.

    Find out more about Family Time Ministries at https://famtime.com

    • 57 min
    Episode 98 | VFL Reads: Redeeming Your Time, Part 2

    Episode 98 | VFL Reads: Redeeming Your Time, Part 2

    Despite prolific resources on the topic of time management and work-life balance, the ability to manage the many demands placed on our time and to devote ourselves to the worthy pursuits to which we’re called can often feel impossibly out of reach. Author Jordan Raynor offers seven time-management principles, supported by corresponding practices, to help readers thoughtfully respond to the constraints we face and manage our time so that we can be purposeful, present, and productive.

    In this episode, Hunter and Autumn discuss principles five, six, and seven offered by Raynor:
    - Accept Your “Unipresence”
    - Embrace Productive Rest
    - Eliminate All Hurry
    These principles encourage us to cultivate our capacity to be present where we are and to integrate practices that maximize our time and presence.

    Resources mentioned in this episode:
    "Redeeming Your Time" by Jordan Raynor (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0593193075/)
    "Getting Things Done" by David Allen (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0142000280/)
    "Deep Work" by Cal Newport (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1455586692/)
    "The Lazy Genius Way" by Kendra Adachi (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0525653937/)
    "The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry" by John Mark Comer (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0525653090/)

    • 47 min
    Episode 97 | VFL Reads: Redeeming Your Time, Part 1

    Episode 97 | VFL Reads: Redeeming Your Time, Part 1

    Despite prolific resources on the topic of time management and work-life balance, the ability to manage the many demands placed on our time and to devote ourselves to the worthy pursuits to which we’re called can often feel impossibly out of reach. Author Jordan Raynor offers seven time-management principles, supported by corresponding practices, to help readers thoughtfully respond to the constraints we face and manage our time so that we can be purposeful, present, and productive.

    In this episode, Hunter and Autumn discuss the first four principles offered by Raynor:
    1. Start with the Word
    2. Let Your Yes be Yes
    3. Dissent from the Kingdom of Noise
    4. Prioritize Your Yeses

    Resources mentioned in this episode:
    "Redeeming Your Time" by Jordan Raynor (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0593193075/)
    "Getting Things Done" by David Allen (https://www.amazon.com/dp/0142000280/)
    "Deep Work" by Cal Newport (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1455586692/)

    • 49 min
    Episode 96 | Revelation 2:1-7: Remembering Our First Love

    Episode 96 | Revelation 2:1-7: Remembering Our First Love

    The first-century Ephesian church withstood cultural pressure from numerous external sources and internal pressures toward theological and social compromise. And they managed to maintain biblical fidelity through the melee. Even so, in Revelation 2:1-7, John authors a message from Jesus to the church in Ephesus cautioning them that they had lost their “first love” and the “first works” that flowed out of that love.

    Hunter and Autumn discuss the letter to the Ephesian church and consider parallels to our modern context. How might we be tempted to abandon our “first love” and the “first works” to which we are called?

    • 52 min
    Episode 95 | Behind The Music: Rebuild, Renew, Part 2

    Episode 95 | Behind The Music: Rebuild, Renew, Part 2

    In a continuing conversation about the album “Rebuild, Renew,” Adam Anglin, Jordan Lucas, and Daniel Perez join Autumn to discuss three specific songs. Adam, Jordan, and Daniel each wrote one of the songs considered in this episode. They delve into the songwriting process, the ideas and Scripture that inspired the lyrics, and their hopes for how this album will enrich and enliven our worship as both the gathered and scattered family of God.

    Resources mentioned in this episode:
    "Rhythms of Grace" by Mike Cosper (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1433533421)

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Episode 94 | Behind The Music: Rebuild, Renew, Part 1

    Episode 94 | Behind The Music: Rebuild, Renew, Part 1

    Fellowship Denver’s bands wrote, recorded, and produced a worship album entitled ”Rebuild, Renew” that is set for release on September 16th. The album is a compilation of original works created by over 30 musicians. Three significant contributors to ”Rebuild, Renew,” Adam Anglin, Jordan Lucas, and Daniel Perez, sat down with Autumn to discuss leading worship, the process of creating a collaborative album, and why it’s meaningful to contribute to this sort of project.

    • 54 min

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21 Ratings

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