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Could brain science help our Bible study? Could science help grow faith? Join these conversations on our embodied life and embedded relationships, and what it all means for our life of faith and spiritual formation. Dr. Geoff Holsclaw—a pastor and professor—talks with practitioners, therapists, theologians, and researchers on learning to live with ourselves, others, and God, all in connection with relational neuroscience, spiritual formation, and our life of faith. You can find out more abou ...
 
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Maybe you’ve heard of spiritual disciplines, or spiritual practices. But why should we focus on them being embodied? What difference do our bodied make in the spiritual life? Micro-church pastor Josh Wilson join us to talk abut why his church focuses on embodied spiritual practices. Get the FREE ebook, The Brain God Gave Us, when you join the Embod…
 
Is navigating the realities of trauma a (if not THE) defining context of mission and witness for the church in North America? And if so, what does that mean for pastors, leaders, and church members? Pastor, community organizer, and contextual theologian Fred Liggin talks about creating spaces of "security, support, voice and choice" as necessary as…
 
Why do certain things seem to set me off? Why do I sometimes turn on the people I love? Where do these too big thoughts and feelings come from? Often it is past trauma invading the present. Can anything be done about it? And how can Jesus be involved? I'm talking with Dr. Karl Lehman about catching the past as it invades the present, how we can get…
 
People who are wounded, suffering, or traumatized need the Gospel. They need the liberation of Jesus. But what if HOW we share the gospel HURTS more harm HELPS? Charles Kiser joins the show to talk about trauma-informed evangelism so that we can keep from place unnecessary stumbling blocks in front of the freedom that comes through knowing Jesus. G…
 
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