Joel McKerrow talks to us about self-aware spirituality and the journey of removing our blindfolds, one after the other.
Simon Buckingham-Shum reflects on his experiences as part of a movement experimenting with alternative forms of worship and liturgy in England in the 90s, and how he thinks about it all today.
Benjamin Hastings, most known for the songs he’s written with Hillsong, opens up about honest faith, doubt, and spiritual seeking through the scepticism.
Mitch Forbes and Will Small continue the conversation about heaven, hell and universal salvation, asking amongst other things, what difference do these beliefs make here and now?
Could it be that the good news of the gospel is that God actually loves and will save everyone? Mitch Forbes and Will Small discuss the views of hell they grew up with and how these have shifted over time towards belief in universally reconciling love in Christ.
Hi friends, Hannah joins me (Will) again for this week’s podcast! And we cover a lot of ground in this chat. In this episode we speak a fair bit about recent events within the evangelical church that you may or may not be familiar with. We do our best to give context, but if we accidentally assumed some ‘insider knowledge’ anywhere I apologise for … Read More Power, patriarchy, scandals & where God is in it all?
Olivia Wolfe reflects on a journey of doubt and the difficult process it took to begin sharing her thoughts out loud.