Weekday Worship is a podcast of Generations Church in Norcross, GA designed to take our conversations about the gospel and life with God outside of just Sunday sermons and into the week. Whether through discussions of the sermon, theology, culture, or anything else, our desire with this podcast is to “exhort one another every day, as long as it is called ‘today’” (Hebrews 3:13), and we pray that you are blessed by it.
Faster and Furious-er
This is a rerun episode from last year. As a community, Generations is about to start a church-wide week of fasting and prayer on January 15. This is a conversation we had last year before another week of fasting and prayer, to help us think through how and we engage with such a practice.
The Faith Once For All Delivered to the Saints
A conversation about Thanksgiving traditions, and we revisit from last week, a letter from a 2nd-century follower of Jesus to his un-believing friend, considering early Christian evangelistic content and the reliability of our own theology.
A Letter from Your Brother
A conversation flowing from a 2nd-century disciple of Jesus, regarding the distinctive life of Christians at that time in the Roman Empire, and what we can learn from them.
Beef: It's What's for Dinner
A conversation about a recent petty beef Caleb had with James, an ancient personal beef Abraham had with God, and an old theological beef Paul had with first century Judaizers... we're sorting it all out in one episode.
221 Baker Street
A conversation about one of most mysterious figures in the Biblical text along with some other mysterious references.
Plenty of God
A conversation about Caleb's favorite Dr. Seuss book, a gift he received that keeps on giving, and contrasting a life of fear with a life of faith from Genesis 13.