This week we're joined once more by Patrick Landau, youth leader and pastor at National UMC in Washington DC. Our conversation continues into just what youth ministry means, what it looks like, and why it's important. One not to be missed.
AhnnaLise, Corey, and Danny are joined by Patrick Landau to talk youth ministry in a two-week youth-focused special. We're uploading this a little late because Corey was too busy going for commissioning interviews and forgot to upload it.
This week we finally get around to talking about Black History Month, something we should have done a month ago but here we are. AhnnaLise, Corey, and Danny talk Black History, black culture, and the ways in which the church has been complacent (if not outright complicit and active) in race relations in the United States.
This conversation serves as an intro-piece for our conversation on Black Panther, which you can find over at The Mission Podcast
This week we heckle each other as we delve further into ordination, what it is, what you have to answer to get through and why so many of us struggle with doing it at all. If you're looking for some cheats for getting your papers done, well you may have to look elsewhere, but if you're looking for some things to think about if you're in the process and trying to figure out what to say, we have a couple things to think about here.
Contact us if you're interested in stickers, you can either drop us a message on the facebooks or send an email to Corey at email@example.com
This week we break down the process of becoming ordained in the Methodist Church, talking paperwork, commissioning, and provisional membership. Sometimes we reveal how smart we are and how much we know, sometimes we reveal how little we know, either way, the conversation continues to be exciting.
This week we follow Corey as he travels to Washington DC to attend the Young Clergy Forum at the Methodist Building on Capitol Hill. The conversation involves a few brief interviews, one with Shane Claiborne (very brief) and one with Teer Hardy from Crackers & Grapejuice. In addition, there is an extended live conversation (which is really just a dinner conversation) talking about everything from church camp to masculinity and how the Church can think about it differently. This was a fun conversation to put together and though the audio may not always be the best the conversation never really gets dull, but despite that we'll be back next week with a regular episode.
This episode comes to us all the way from August when Danny, Corey, and Ashley attended the School for Congregational Development in Atlanta.
This week we have a rather lengthy discussion on the topic of self-care, what it is, why it's important, what we do to engage in it. It's probably not the first time we've talked about it, it just seems like it's that important.
So full disclosure right here, we'll be using the word "Shithole" in this episode because hey, if the president can do it we can too.
The episode in which AhnnaLise shares her insights after her blog was discontinued on Pathos, the one in which we rant a bit about Star Wars and express our excitement over the impending Black Panther film.
As we noted in the show, we're including AhnnaLise's blog post here:
After three weeks away (all Corey's fault) we return for a discussion on Epiphany. What is it, why it's important, whether or not The Star should have included the Slaughtering of the Innocents and whether we should share that story during children's time or not. We also get on quite a few side tracks, but all in all a good episode, one you don't want to miss as we enter 2018.