Two New Podcasts Recorded at Church of the Nazarene General Assembly in Indianapolis featuring Rick Lee James, Brannon Hancock, and Andrea Garcia

This week marked the end of the 2017 General Assembly for the Church of the Nazarene, held every four years in Indianapolis Indiana. I had the privilege of being on two different panels at the Spirit and Truth mini conference while at General Assembly. The conference was sponsored by Nazarene Theological Seminary and the NNU […]

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Here I Go Getting All Political Again

My fellow Christians, this is about as political as I plan on getting. I’m a Christian. Christians have their own political system. The Nicene Creed is the Christian’s Constitution The Sermon on the Mount is the Christian’s bill of rights. We’ve rarely, if ever, had a candidate in this nation that represented our creed or […]

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Does Worship Have an Audience?

For too long in our worship services we have seen the congregation as the audience. In recent years a new emphasis has directed us away from that kind of thinking by helping us to see God as the audience and the congregation as performers for Him. While this metaphor has changed the course of the […]

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Voices In My Head Podcast Episode #132 – Renovating Holiness with Joshua Broward

This week’s guest, Joshua Broward is the co-editor (with Thomas J. Oord) and compiler of a new book called Renovating Holiness which releases January 17th and can be pre-ordered at www.Renovatingholiness.com Younger leaders around the world are approaching holiness with new eyes, new vision, and a burning passion to help the Church engage the mission […]

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