In this episode, we hosted a panel discussing the current cultural moment we find ourselves in, the uncertainty COVID19 brings to daily life and the pressing 'Black Lives Matter' movement. We had a conversation rooted in the letter of 1 Peter about to the way Christians should engage and respond to these big topics while appropriately sharing the good news of Jesus as the ultimate solution.
In our season finale, we look into the final two sermons of the Beyond Death series. Join Nick and Amanda Touhy, Amy Gellie and Tom Black as we centre our conversation on the question - "Do you like God enough to spend eternity with him?". If the new heaven and new earth, is ultimately about God, will it be good and do we actually want to be there? In this longer episode, we also chat about God's glory, Jesus' care those suffering and the living with an eternal perspective.
As we approach the end of the Beyond Death series, we also approach the topic of the 'End Times'. Often a subject filled with angst and speculation, join Benji Taylor, Nick Touhy and Tom Black for a conversation where we try to bring the peace and the good news of the Jesus to bear on this topic. We look at the destruction of Jerusalem, the fear related to judgement and eternity, as well as - is there is a relationship between COVID19 and the 'End Times'?
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Recently, Mark Gellie spoke on Romans 6 and the "new life" available in Jesus. In this podcast join Lauren Pickering, Mark Gellie and Tom Black to explore some content that didn't make it into the sermon - what is Jesus resurrection power and how does that impact me? We also deep dive into the implications of this "new life" - the tension within our lived experience of this new life; and can we find more freedom and fun apart from Jesus?
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Why we die: a biblical and theological perspective.
Last Sunday we looked at the birth, life and death of Death. It is an absolute certainty for every human, but we often don't spend much time thinking about it or the impact it has on our human experience. In this podcast, we explore what has been said about death and beyond death across cultures and religion; the fear of death and how that shapes the worldviews of individuals and societies; and the how everyone's pursuit of truth combines both faith and reason
I See Dead People: Meeting Jesus on the Road to Emmaus:
We’ve just celebrated Easter. The truth is, Christianity rests, rises or falls, and is completely and totally bound up with the claim that Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified and died, was raised to life on the third day. There is no Christianity apart from this. In this podcast we explore one of the resurrection stories in the Bible, Luke chapter 24, the road to Emmaus.
Part 2 of these series looks at the book of Daniel. We are joined by Paul, Ashray and Ken to discuss some of the issues that arise in this book.
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Part 1 of the Faith in a Hostile World series looks at the book of Ruth. We explore key issues such as Grief, Belonging and Surrender. We are joined by Paul and Amy to discuss these topics.
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