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Where did you see God?

166 EpisodesProduced by Paul GrangerWebsite

What if God still speaks and works?It can be hard to believe it, even harder to see it... or is it? What if God's not making it hard, but inviting us to look and to listen?This podcast creates a space to practice looking and listening, through voices like yours. Through stories and organic conversat… read more

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Sitting in Suffering: Take this cup

In episode 163, we do something different. I felt like God was inviting me to have one more guest before the finale, and I had several exciting options in mind. Then, every single one said no. I was left with a sense there was one more episode, but no clue who to invite. Then, on the morning of my self-determined deadline, I felt like God wanted me to read the verse of the day, and immediately I knew who the guest would be: the "suffering servant" himself, Jesus.

Obviously, I didn't get Jesus on the mic, but he has left us his story. This releases during Holy Week, and gives us a glimpse into how Jesus' suffering sets an example for how to step in the midst of ours. You'll also hear an amazingly beautiful song by Makeda McCreary that is perfect for Holy Week and every day after.

What cups has God lovingly chosen not to take from you?

You can see the video from Makeda's amazing song here (it's amazing):

Written By: Makeda McCreary Arrangement: Jessica Fox Background Vocals: Jessica Fox, Shekinah Mitchell Violin: Naima Burrs Viola: Jasmine Harris Cello: Stephanie Barrett Video: Kenya Foster Mixed: DaSpot Studios


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The music in this episode is "You'll walk, you'll run" by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album "Bread for the Journey."


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