Noah is joined by co-host Chase Stancle to discuss Chase’s bad taste in coffee and other important topics like gentrification and redlining.
Noah recommends the Life on Side B podcast, catches up on the mailbag, and asks the probing question, what has God put on your heart to do?
The main content of this episode is some personal reflection on the idea that “There’s Always More” when it comes to our temptations, but then how there’s also always more of God’s love for us.
In 2018, Nate began the ministry of Revoice, and serves as its founding President. He is the author of All But Invisible: Exploring Identity Questions at the Intersection of Faith, Gender, and Sexuality (Zondervan, 2017), as well as a forthcoming volume about sexuality in the Biblical Theology for Life series from Zondervan Academic.
Noah interviews Terence Lester about his new book When We Stand (IVP), talking together about racism, the church, justice theology, ministering to people without addresses, and being in proximity with the marginalized, all centered around what it means to literally follow Jesus.
We are celebrating the 50th episode of The Flip Side in the only way you can celebrate such an incredible feat: with over 5 HOURS of Noah’s Rant!