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For those longing to connect theology and mission, we are talking about God and everything else. Broadcasting from NORTHERN SEMINARY, in partnership with Missio Alliance, David Fitch and Mike Moore bring their experiences as pastors and professors to bear on issues of mission and church. Pull up a chair or take them and their guests with you around town.

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Stimulating Listening

I’m a neo-Reformed Baptist (really a bit of a theological mutt) and I love this podcast! Thoughtful yet practical, Fitch and Mike Moore offer stimulating discussion that is vital for anyone trying to navigate our post-Christian mission field. The tone is irenic and winsome, not dogmatic. If this is what it looks like to be a bro-Anabaptist, may their tribe increase.

Informed, applicable, refreshing, and good hearted!

I love the dialogue that takes place on theology on mission between Dave and Mike of Northern seminary. The very human interaction is saturated with insightful content and motivating application.

Great perspectives

I’ve been listening to this podcast for a few years. I would highly recommend it to those who want to gain fresh insight on matters of church and theology. Michael Moore is a great addition to the podcast.

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