In our world that is so divided its important to know where our beliefs come from. We explore the origins of our own beliefs and talk about how we can come together during these divisive times. Our conversation centers around the idea that beliefs come from our relationships.
We discuss the difference between the church of the future and the future of the church...or what we like to call the incarnational church vs. the institutional church. We talk about how the pandemic has given us a glimpse into what the church of the future might look like and what it means to be an incarnation ministry.
We discuss the conflict between thinking of Jesus as meek and mild versus Jesus as a disrupter. We deep dive into a discussion on suffering, protests, and the modes in which we bring the kin-do come. What does it look like to fight for justice in the name of Jesus?
We continue the conversation on becoming Anti-Racist. In this episode we talk about Jesus' call to justice. We also discuss what it means to say "All lives matter" versus "Black Lives Matter" in a biblical context.
Join us during our Coronavirus Self-Isolation as we ask: If "All are Welcome" does that mean all behaviors are welcome?
We break down what it means to have boundaries in the church. We also talk about boundaries in this era of the Covid19 Pandemic
In our first episode Rev. Allysa De Wolf and Rev. Andrew Conley-Holcom introduce you to our new podcast and tell you a little bit about who we are. Allysa comes from a Pentecostal background and Andrew used to be a "evangelical atheist" but both are now pastors in the United Church Christ. Learn more about their backgrounds and discover the meaning behind "Coffee Hour Chat".