Show Notes In this episode, Layla and Rob sit down with Rev. Dr. Erin Moniz and Father Matthew Aughtry to learn about their unique ministry partnership. During the week, Matthew works for Erin, but on the weekend the reverse is true! You'll enjoy hearing Erin and Matthew talk about how a deep and vital friendship, an open-handed view of power, and a healthy dose of communication make their partnership thrive. Disclaimer The opinions expressed in CBE's Mutuality Matters' podcast are those of its hosts or guests do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of CBE International or its members or chapters worldwide. The designations employed in this podcast and the presentation of content therein do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of CBE concerning the legal status of any country, area or territory or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers. Bio Filmmaker, priest, and chaplain. Before helping plant All Saints, Fr. Matthew Aughtry served the ACNA at Christ Church Waco and ACNA/C4SO at Resurrection Los Angeles. He works for Baylor University as a chaplain overseeing ministry to artists and working to foster a deeper imagination for God's kingdom through various artistic mediums. He is also a Brehm Scholar in theology and film at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is married to Kathryn and they have two children, Ethan and Lucy Mae. On some weekends they can be found exploring Texas and beyond in their pop-up camper. Deacon Erin Moniz loves to disciple and create content for emerging adults. As a chaplain at Baylor University, she is active in spiritual formation, mentoring, discipleship, and programming for young adults. She is the co-host for the Mutuality Matters podcast and a trained conciliator. She and her husband, Michael, were married in 2005 and ever since, have been blessed to care for young people and live out the testimony of God's sanctifying work in relationships. When they are not narrating the inner monologue of their two cats, Erin and Michael love to hike, camp, watch movies, and partake of local fare with friends. Find Erin on social media @erinfmoniz, and her personal website is erinfmoniz.com. Sign up for her newsletter on her site! Learn more about Erin and Matthew and their church ministry by following @allsaintswaco on Instagram. Other Reading Together in Ministry: Women and Men in Flourishing Partnerships Created to Thrive: Cultivating Abuse-Free Communities (Men & Women Leading Together) Creating Safe and Thriving Mixed-Gender Partnerships The Unavoidable Link Between Patriarchal Theology and Spiritual Abuse Theological Malpractice Stands Culpable in Sexual Abuse: Mitch Randall Kingdom-Based Diversity: Embracing the Priesthood of All Believers
Rev. Justin Hendrix // Exodus 34:1–9; Psalm 8; Romans 1:1-7; Luke 2:15–21
Rev. Michael Davis // Isaiah 52:7-12; Psalm 98; Hebrews 1:1–12; John 1:1–18
"In all the ways that we are broken, God is not that. He is completely different and BETTER than us in every way." - Bp. StevenOn this episode of the podcast, we get to hear a conversation with the Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven Tighe of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA)! Steven was recently consecrated as Bishop in the Diocese of the Southwest. Previously he served as the Canon for Youth Ministry for the Anglican Church in North America, having been involved with youth ministry since leaving college. He graduated Rice University, with two degrees in Electrical Engineering and did computer research in Austin before attending Trinity School for Ministry (TSM) and taught youth ministry there while on staff with Rock the World Youth Mission Alliance. Steven has an Mdiv from TSM and PhD from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. Steven currently lives in El Paso, TX with his wife, Tricia. Steven gets most of his exercise mountain biking in the El Paso hills. He reads a lot, plays computer games, writes songs, is an accomplished sand sculptor and has recently taken up kite surfing. During the season of Advent, we're reminded of how sacred Christmas really is - Jesus, coming to earth, God with us, so that we may have a relationship with the Father. So, how do we carry that sacredness with us for the rest of the year? Steven and I chat about what holiness is and how we trust God in the midst of difficult circumstances because of who He is. We hope this episode encourages you in your own walk with the Lord! Be sure to stay up to date with Abundant Life: You Were Made for More by visiting our blog - and if you're loving the podcast, send guest recommendations to us or leave us a star-rating/review on your favorite listening platform to spread the word about the you were made for more message.You Were Made for More Social Media: FacebookTwitterInstagram
Rev. Steven Breedlove // Isaiah 7:10–17; Psalm 24; Matthew 1:18-25
Rev. Steven Breedlove // Psalm 24; Isaiah 7:10-17; Matthew 1:18-25
Anne and Matt talk about an attempt by a Church of Nigeria bishop and 14 of his followers to forcibly seize an ACNA parish and the ensuing violence. They discuss the Nigerian bishop’s background in the Word of Faith and...
Rev. Steven Breedlove // Isaiah 35; Psalm 146; Matthew 11:2-19
Rev. Justin Hendrix // Isaiah 11:1-10; Psalm 72; Matthew 3:1-12
Rev. Steven Breedlove // Psalm 122; Isaiah 2:1–5; Matthew 24:29–44
Rev. Steven Breedlove // Job 19:23–27a; Psalm 17; II Thessalonians 2:13-3:5; Luke 20:27–38
In this special podcast, Canon Phil summarizes the current events in today's Anglican Communion. The past few months have seen some significant occurrences that will affect the Church's future: the conclusion of Lambeth Conference 2022, the appointment of a homosexual dean for Canterbury Cathedral, the Global South and Gafcon's responses, the consecration of four new bishops for Europe outside of Canterbury's authority, and the transference of Abp. Felix Orji of Nigeria's diocese to the ACNA. All of these events illustrate the state of the Communion, the Global South, and Gafcon.How do these events relate to one another and the larger Anglican experience? Is there a movement towards somehting greater or towards greater decline in global Anglicanism? What's the difference between the Global South and Gafcon and how are they working together?
Professor Jessica Hooten Wilson is joined by Claude Atcho to discuss Zora Neale Hurston's 1938 novel, Moses, Man of the Mountain which Claude discussed in his work Reading Black Books which promotes conversations about African-American literature and life with Christian theology, faith, and how these two worlds enrich one another. Works referenced: Moses, Man of the Mountain by Zora Neale Hurston Information on Host: Jessica Hooten Wilson is a Senior Fellow at Trinity Forum, the inaugural Visiting Scholar of Liberal Arts at Pepperdine University, and the author of several books, including The Scandal of Holiness: Renewing Your Imagination in the Company of Literary Saints, Learning the Good Life: From the Great Hearts and Minds that Came Before, and Giving the Devil his Due: Flannery O'Connor and The Brothers Karamazov. Learn more about Dr. Jessica Hooten Wilson. Information on Claude Atcho: Claude is the Vicar (Planting Pastor) for the Charlottesville church plant of the Diocese of Christ Our Hope, ACNA. Previously, Claude lived in Memphis, TN where he served as pastor of a multi-ethnic church, Fellowship Memphis. He's the author of Reading Black Books: How African-American Literature Can Make Our Faith More Whole and Just, forthcoming from Brazos Press in Summer 2022. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices