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S2:E3 Learning to Meet People Where They Are

When God’s Word becomes ingrained in our lives, we can better see God’s activity within and around us and others. We can then tell that story in ways that are authentic to us and that others can understand.

When God’s Word becomes ingrained in our lives, we can better see God’s activity within and around us and others. We can then tell that story in ways that are authentic to us and that others can understand.

In this episode, Bishop Michael Curry and hosts Kyle and Sandy discuss learning on the Way of Love: reflecting on Scripture each day, especially Jesus’ life and teachings. We hear from Jerusalem Greer, staff officer for evangelism at The Episcopal Church, discussing how parents can share their faith with adult children. Later, Kyle and Sandy interview the Rev. Patricia Lyons, who uses popular cultural references and stories to help us recognize God at work in the world and in our lives.

Next week on the podcast: Turning to hope for the world and in our lives.

Our theme and reflection music is by Ana Hernández. Jerusalem Greer writes our reflection guides. Chris Sikkema writes our show notes and our website is by Kaleb Heitzmann.

This episode of The Way of Love Podcast is sponsored by Forward Movement.

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Turning to Hope for the World and in Our Lives

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S2:E4 Turning to Hope for the World and in Our Lives

Just like the disciples who heard the call to turn from their fishing nets toward Jesus, we are each beckoned to reorient our lives to God, falling in love again, again, and again. But what exactly are we turning from? And what are we to turn toward?

Mutual Blessing Through Presence & Relationships

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S2:E2 Mutual Blessing Through Presence & Relationships

If we were to distill the essence of the Christian faith, we would always come back to the reality of love - not as a sentimental feeling or a sugary concept- but as a disciplined and spiritual way of life.