Noah and Pastor Juanita Rasmus have a conversation around how to live in the unmerited love of God when everything inside of us says we need to perform in order to be accepted. Juanita is the author of Learning to Be: Finding Your Center After the Bottom Falls Out and is a pastor who endured a 9-month crash following ministry burnout. Listen in to discover the freeing truths of Jesus’ love that she found at the bottom of the pit and learn the tools and rhythms you need to start experiencing this freedom here and now.
Church planting pastors Cindy Riley, Josh Cramer, Laura Tarro, and Noah Filipiak have a raw conversation about the ups and downs of church planting.
In Spring 2023, I realized I had too much on my plate. I was pastoring Mosaic Church full-time, the multi-ethnic church I planted in urban Grand Rapids, MI. I was directing new Beyond the Battle 7-week groups and shepherding our growing BtB alumni community. This included weekly Zoom meetings, pastoral care and counseling, and retreats. I was also directing New Humanity, a multi-ethnic church planting network with a focus on urban community development. Oh and I wanted time to do my podcast and writing!
Is your faith going through a crisis because of unhealth you see in the contemporary model of church? Or are you a ministry leader worn out from “putting on the show” week after week? Then this conversation between Dr. Peter Sung and Noah Filipiak is for you.
At 18 years old, Cameron experienced a diving accident in which he broke his neck and was left permanently paralyzed. Now, from a wheelchair, he shares his story of God’s faithfulness to him through his disability.
Noah interviews Drs. Glenn Bracey and Michael Emerson on their national research project where they interviewed practicing white Christians on matters of race. What they found was that practicing white Christians hold some unique views on race that are not shared by any other demographic in the United States. Their views differ from practicing black or Latino Christians, as well as from white non-Christians.