Dan Rose, talks about what it means to live life to the full. Join him as he figures out what it means to #LoveWell. You can connect with him on Twitter at, @danielmrose and read some of his freshly tapped thoughts on life and God atdanielmrose.com
Dan takes a few minutes to talk about how we need to get on board with Christ. If we separate ourselves from Christ then we will not be able to love well for very long. Therefore, we must grab hold of Christ and embrace our union with him.
Dan invites us into the “rest of the story” of Romans in this new series to kick off season 4. Each week he will give us insight into the cultural, historical, and narrative under currents of Paul’s letter to the church at Rome. Paul for Everyone, Romans: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0664227996/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_hV7DDbGS3891P Romans Disarmed: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1587432846/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_eW7DDb8CDAW5T Romans Commentary: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0800660846/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_t1_XW7DDbN3R9476
Dan closes out his series based on David Fitch’s book: Faithful Presence - Seven Disciplines That Shape The Church For Mission. In this week’s episode Dan discusses kingdom prayer. Be sure to hit him up on Twitter to get a free book, first come first served.
Dan continues his discussion of David Fitch’s book, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape The Church For Mission. In this episode Dan discusses the fivefold gifting of apostle, prophet, evangelist, shepherd, and teacher.
In this episode Dan discusses the importance of being with children and challenges the program driven approach of much of Western Christianity.
Contemplative Youth Ministry by Mark Yaconelli
Hold On Your Kids by Gordon Neufeld and Gabor Mate
In this week’s episode, Dan riffs on “Proclaiming the Gospel” as a discipline that shapes the church for mission. This current series is based on David Fitch’s work, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape The Church For Mission.
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In this week’s installment of #LoveWell Dan discusses the discipline of reconciliation. He’s riffing off David Fitch’s text, “A Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape The Church For Mission.”
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Dan explores the significance of the Lord's Supper in being the church on mission as he riffs on ideas from David Fitch's text, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape The Church For Mission.
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We get going proper into our discussion of "Faithful Presence - Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission" by David Fitch. Dan gives a general overview of where we are headed over the next few weeks. We hope you will join us in the conversation!
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Dan starts a new series of episodes on what it means to have a faithful presence. He begins this week answering the question, “What’s a Missional Community?” Check out the article by Brad Brisco at http://missionalchurchnetwork.com/what-is-a-missional-community/
Dan talks more about what it means to #LoveWell and dives into the idea of loving our neighbor. Be sure to continue the conversation with him on Twitter at @danielmrose or on Telegram http://t.me/danielmrose
Dan talks about his grid or lens for making decisions about how he uses his time. How do you make decisions? What are the values that you use? Continue the conversation with him on Twitter: @danielmrose
It has been four months since I last recorded. But it's time to get this thing going again. This episode is a bit of teaser/trailer about what is to come on the podcast. Please comment, rate, and share.
When you go to church what are your expectations? Why do we even say, "go to church"? I talk about this and more on this week's podcast as we explore, "Missional Community."
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Sometimes it is really hard to not jump into the outrage of the week. Every once in a while I am actually able to hold back and let it marinate a bit. After the release of the John MacArthur "gospel" statement last week and letting it sit for a minute, I realized some things about the nature of the gospel. So, take a few minutes and give it a listen.
I get up on my soap box for a minute and discusses pastoral burn-out and depression. I call for the church, at large, to make some important changes.
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We as a society get bored. We might not call it that, but the reality is that we do. Why? What is with the endless scrolling of social media and the endless watching of Netflix?
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The world within which we live is chaotic. It's crazy. We try really hard to control it and everything around us. Yet, doing so is like nailing jello to the wall. Are you a control freak? I am. But there is another way.
In the opening episode of Season 2, Dan explores the question, "What is God Like?
We would love to hear what you think God is like, so drop a response in the comments or hit him up on Twitter: @danielmrose
Over the last two years there has been child after child dying. They been in accidents and they have taken their own lives. Our community is experiencing a weight of sorrow and grief that is almost overwhelming. In the midst of tragedy where is God? The answers that "I know" aren't helpful. They are trite. So, I am working out my own stuff in the moment. Maybe this will be helpful. Maybe it won't be. Either way, it's all I got.
When people find out I'm a pastor they always ask about "my" church. I always start by saying, "It's a little weird..." When you start out that way, the following conversation is always fun. We are a little different in what we're doing with the Antioch Movement. So, this podcast is a bit about that. Leave a comment, rating, and share this episode with folks. Thanks for listening!
After playing around with podcasting and trying to figure out the direction and the "why" of it all, we've come to this. The launch of "Be Awesome. Don't Suck."
This is the pilot episode of the new format and the new direction. So, please share, comment, and rate.
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