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
In episode 61, Josh Mozug and I process not just this season, but the broader topic of how the Church engages "questioning" and the invitation God may be giving us.
The fact this season even exists points to the reality that many people are wrestling with hard questions, and struggling to find a healthy, loving space to process that within the Church. If we are serious about living out the mandate to "love others", this just can't be.
While this season is ending, the invitation for anyone to share or process on the podcast remains open.
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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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