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Free Thinking About Racism, the Protests, and Rioting (Part 2) — Willie & Rachel Scott, J.C.L. Faltot (Ep 137)

Free Thinking About Racism, the Protests, and Rioting (Part 2) — Willie & Rachel Scott, J.C.L. Faltot (Ep 137)

July 8, 2020

Catch the 2nd part of this important conversation with Willie and Rachel Scott, along with J.C.L. Faltot ... they bring a fresh Kingdom point of view to racism, the protests, and rioting. Jesus is the Ultimate Free Thinker. And we're pretty sure he intends for those who follow him to be free thinkers too. Higher thinking. Includes a short audio excerpt from Dr. Michael Brown. (You can hear the 1st part of the conversation in episode 134.)

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054: There’s a “Lid” Over Your Life Without the Right Kingdom Relationships - Jason Howard

054: There’s a “Lid” Over Your Life Without the Right Kingdom Relationships - Jason Howard

February 12, 2019

We think that Kingdom-real, life-giving relationships are so vital, there's a "lid" over areas of our life without them. It's above and beyond attending church services -- what is Jesus building? And what gives Satan a killer panic attack? We think we're on to something innovative. Are your Kingdom relationships too safe and boring? Most likely.

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019: Love Powers Kingdom Living (Minisode 8:48) — Apostolic Christ-Followers Series, No. 3

019: Love Powers Kingdom Living (Minisode 8:48) — Apostolic Christ-Followers Series, No. 3

August 9, 2018

God is love. Everything that comes from him is love-based. All of creation is "coded" with love. So things work in their best state when authentic love is present. When we live a love lifestyle, we harmonize with God's design in all things.

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