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Reports from the Spiritual Frontier

By Ben Yosua-Davis

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Description

Conversations with people working on the spiritual margins of our country

Customer Reviews

"Everything has a season"

I found this interview full of substantial and relevant content, sprinkled with great humor and realistic views of life. For me, it helped truly define what it means to "be a church". I agree, it isn't always in a building on Sunday. The occasional clinking of ice cubes in the soundtrack kept it real and the listening magic happened for me!

Changing world- changing church

The world is changing; the church must change as well. Ben Yosua-Davis interviews those who are embracing new models for Christian community. Insightful-engaging-thought provoking: this podcast is for those looking for new ways to be church in our current culture.

Fascinating Explorations of what church can mean for a non-church generation

With candor and humility, Ben Y-D interviews people who are doing very interesting things in each of their respective spiritual universes. I really appreciate that the podcast is lean and mean, stuffed with insights from people who have poured their lives into their local religious communities. This means that the conversations are often quite practical, and offer some real wisdom for people involved in church planting. Part of the appeal for me is that the perspective is not a traditional conservative evangelical one, though the guests carry a range of beliefs. The conversations avoid mudslinging, favoring a more ecumenical approach. This has been very useful for me as someone who thinks a lot about what form(s) church can and should take, particularly for people who aren't comfortable with attending a traditional church!

Reports from the Spiritual Frontier
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  • Category: Christianity
  • Language: English

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