Episode 8: How Churches Should Respond to the Coronavirus

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On this week’s episode, we host a roundtable of pastors to discuss how churches should respond to the Coronavirus outbreak. We help answer questions like what it means for local gatherings, how churches can serve their communities and how church…
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Episode 758: Mark Batterson and Jamie Ivey

On today’s show, we talk with National Community Church pastor and author of the new book Double Blessing, Mark Batterson, about the life-changing power of generosity. Plus, Jamie Ivey joins us as we discuss Woody Harrelson’s unlikely…

The Power of Confession

We don’t often find time—or courage—for true and honest connection, and that holds true in the context of our church communities as well. But what do we lose in not making time or mustering the courage for it? Our columnist Anne Jackson gently peels back the layers of this question and invites us deeper into truth.
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Want a Revolution? Make a Casserole.

Community is revolutionary. When we bring it to a rolling boil, lives change and plans foment that ripple around the world. But it’s hard to cook up community from scratch in middle-class North America. Some days, just getting to know the neighbors on your street can feel like trying to get the wave going at a football game while everybody stares at you from their seats. Still, we go on believing that God made people—all of us, no matter your Myers-Briggs profile type—to need other people. So we need to figure out how to break our ruts of commuting, watching Hulu, and consuming Hot Pockets alone. And we couldn’t have better guides on how to do this than Adam and Christine Jeske.
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