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Best podcasts about tish harrison warren

Latest podcast episodes about tish harrison warren

The Common Good Podcast
What does it mean when churches “Do things differently”?

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 55:27


(00:00-08:40): Is the pandemic over? Biden said in an interview with 60 Minutes that the pandemic 'over.' His Covid team says it's more complicated. (08:40-17:38): Tish Harrison Warren wrote in the New York Times about her mother's experience with Alzheimer's. Brian and Aubrey talked about the impact seeing loved ones go through bad times can have on your faith. (17:38-27:27): Heavy metal lyric or Bible verse?  (27:27-37:54): Is God Anti Gay? Brian and Aubrey talked about how the church treats others. (37:54-46:28): We hear a lot of churches say that they are “doing things differently.” What does that actually mean?  (46:28-55:26): Aubrey got some response on social media to a post Tony Evans made about going back to the church.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rooted Conference
Rooted Conference: Tish Harrison Warren, "Working, Watching, Weeping"

Rooted Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 46:59


"So, if we cannot trust God to keep bad things from happening to us, how do we trust God at all?"In this episode of the Rooted Conference Podcast you'll hear Tish Harrison Warren describing the practices of weeping, watching, and working as ways to help the teenagers you love when they are in a season of grief. She wants us to invite teenagers to read the Psalms regularly, giving them a vocabulary of emotions and leading them to trust the Savior who went through all those emotions for us. Lament in particular is a practice Americans tend to want to avoid, but the Bible invites us to voice our sorrow, angst, anguish, and even doubt directly to God. Warren also invites us to be joyfully expectant that God is at work, and finally, to consider how we might join him in the work of the Kingdom that he is already doing. More resources: Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep by Tish Harrison WarrenRooted Conference Podcast: Tish Harrison Warren, “Why Are You Downcast? What the Promises of God Are (and Are Not) in Suffering"Mystery and Lament: When It Looks Like Your Child's Life is Falling Apart (Rooted Parent) by Cameron ColeRooted Podcast: Joe Gibbes on Joy and Lament in PsalmsIn Stormy Seasons, Remember God's Faithfulness by Dorena Williamson

All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond
Sheila Wise Rowe: Young, Gifted, and Black

All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 52:11


“We know that the Lord meets our deepest needs and has the ability to heal our deepest hurts, but also — most of the time the Lord uses other people. And so we really need each other.”  — Sheila Wise Rowe Sheila Wise Rowe talks with us about the importance of mental health, the unlikely pairing of lament and celebration, and the complexities of growing up gifted and Black. Let me invite you into a conversation with Sheila Wise Rowe, counselor, speaker, spiritual director, and author of Young, Gifted, and Black: A Journey of Lament and Celebration.  In this new book, Sheila explores the complex emotional landscape that comes along with the Black experience for those who are young and gifted, covering topics from perfectionism to boundaries to healing from trauma. The principles that Sheila teaches us through the pages of her book address these experiences in a way that fully acknowledges the complexity of the young lives she is talking about, while also being universal enough to apply authentically to the experiences of all of us — young or old, from a variety of backgrounds. I especially love the way Sheila's work is so fully undergirded by her deep faith — a quality that I think comes through loud and clear both in this interview and in her writing. This is the second time Sheila has been on the podcast, and it's a delight to have her back with us for a fresh conversation. Limited time offer from InterVarsity Press: enjoy this code for 30% off of Sheila's books when you buy them at ivpress.com by October 11, 2022. Just use the code: WELL22 — Ann Boyd   You can listen on iTunes or at All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond. We hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did. Further resources for this interview: Young, Gifted, and Black by Sheila Wise Rowe Sheila's previous podcast at The Well The Gospel of Peace in a Violent World: Christian Nonviolence for Communal Flourishing — by Shawn Graves and Marlena Graves (Editors) [with Sheila Wise Rowe as contributor] Voices of Lament: Reflections on Brokenness and Hope in a World Longing for Justice by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson (Editor) [with Sheila Wise Rowe as contributor] A Just Passion: A Six-Week Lenten Journey — Contributions by Ruth Haley Barton, Sheila Wise Rowe, Tish Harrison Warren, and Terry M. Wildman Limited time offer from InterVarsity Press: enjoy this code for 30% off Young, Gifted, and Black and Healing Racial Trauma when you buy it at ivpress.com by May 31, 2022. Just use the code: WELL22   Photo by Artsy Solomon on Nappy.co

The AUSA Podcast
S3E5: The Art of Having a Good Bad Day - Facing Grief, Disappointment, and Suffering

The AUSA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 69:47


Welcome to this week's episode of The AUSA Podcast! This is a conversation we've been wanting to have on the pod here for a while, and this season we finally felt poised well enough to do it. It's a pretty real and raw one, so strap in. This week, Dr. Wyma, a professor at AU, and Luke talk about suffering, disappointment, grief, and asking for help. Ultimately, this episode is about how to handle a bad day — to clarify, we're using “bad day” as a sort of shorthand for a difficult time of disappointment, grief, struggle, heartache, and so on. We walk through some appropriate (and inappropriate) responses to and about God in the face of suffering, how to manage bad days maturely and wisely, what Jesus' human experience means for our grief and sadness, and how to show compassion to ourselves and others in the midst of suffering. Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode or anything we talked about peaked your interest, we'd love to start a conversation! Do us a favor and share it with your friends, and if you have thoughts or questions you can DM us on Instagram @au411. Now that we think of it, to keep up with all things AU Student Activities, visit our Instagram @au411! Here are some of the resources that were talked about in this episode (or used while planning this episode) if you're curious about doing some in-depth exploring on your own! Books: "Abraham's Silence" by J. Richard Middleton; "Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work Or Watch Or Weep" by Tish Harrison Warren; "A Curious Faith: The Questions God Asks, We Ask, and We Wish Someone Would Ask Us" by Lore Ferguson Wilbert; "God on Mute: Engaging the Silence of Unanswered Prayer" by Pete Greig; "The Fire Next Time" by James Baldwin. Scripture: 1 Kings 18-19, Genesis 22, Job Other: Every Moment Holy Volumes 1 and 2

The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast
54. Prayer Is a Lifeline to His Love: Tish Harrison Warren

The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 13:09


Writer and Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren says prayer matters—even when it seems like God isn't listening. Tish shares the hard season that pushed her into a new perspective on prayer: that we don't pray to change our circumstances. We pray because it brings us into a closer relationship with God. We pray because it changes us.   Quotes “Christianity is not a performance. It's union with God.”  —Tish Harrison Warren “Oftentimes, God feels so wild and mysterious and big, and I feel so small that I kind of don't know where to start with prayer—which I didn't really feel when I was younger. So I think God has gotten maybe bigger and more mysterious to me. But I think that might be part of Christian maturity.” —Tish Harrison Warren “I didn't know how to trust God. I didn't know how to talk to God, and I didn't know where to start. And so in the midst of that, the prayers of the church became sort of a lifeline for me.”  —Tish Harrison Warren “We are asked by God to pray for the things we feel we need and the things we want. And even in the person of God himself, in Christ, we see that God allows deep suffering in our life. And so holding that together is difficult.” —Tish Harrison Warren “I think prayer is about entering into the presence of God.” —Tish Harrison Warren   Tish Harrison Warren's LinksTish Harrison Warren's website Tish Harrison Warren's Facebook Tish Harrison Warren's Twitter Tish Harrison Warren's Instagram    Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeLiturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren  The New York Times  Christianity Today   Connect with Sally Lloyd-JonesJesus Storybook Bible Facebook Jesus Storybook Bible Instagram  Sally's website Sally's Facebook Sally's Instagram   *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

Mutuality Matters Podcast
(Women & Men Leading Together) “Can I Just Explain How this Feels?” with Sarah Cowan Johnson

Mutuality Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 34:32


This month on the “Women and Men Leading Together” thread, Rob and Layla speak with Sarah Cowan Johnson, ministry leader, and recently published author of Teach Your Children Well. From navigating unconscious biases to dealing with miss-titling, from egalitarian parenting to The X-Files, Sarah sheds light on what flourishing mixed-gender partnerships look like, both in the context of ministry and in the home!     Bio:   Sarah Cowan Johnson is a ministry trainer, consultant, and coach who works with church planters, pastors, and ministry leaders across the United States. She leads seminars for parents on family discipleship to help their children walk in the way of Jesus. She served with the Evangelical Covenant Church as an executive pastor and previously was a staff trainer and an area director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She is the cohost of The People of the Way podcast. Her book, Teach Your Children Well, was published this month by InterVarsity Press, and she and her husband have two sons and live in Providence. Find more from Sarah at her website, sarahcowanjohnson.com.    Other Reading  The Spiritually Vibrant Home, by Don Everts  Call Me Mother in Anglican Compass by Tish Harrison Warren  “Parenting as Partners” by Kathy Nesper  “Created for Life Together: Partnerships Between Men and Women Are Part of God's Design” by Ruth Haley Barton   

The Common Good Podcast
How to avoid negative Christianity. Plus, why you should not give up on church.

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 54:39


(00:00-09:25): Will Donald Trump be charged for mishandling classified documents? David French thinks the DOJ should look at intent, the same way they did with Hillary Clinton. (09:25-20:33): What is 'quiet quitting'? Brian and Aubrey talked about whether the new trend is a good way to balance work and real life, or just another sign of millennials being lazy. (20:33-27:08): Tish Harrison Warren wrote in the New York Times, The God I Know Is Not a Culture Warrior. Brian and Aubrey shared their reaction. (27:08-38:05): There is a trend, especially among younger generations, of people who are saying goodbye to the local church. Some of it has been driven by COVID, but some has also been in the works for years. Brian and Aubrey shared five reasons to not give up on the church. (38:05-46:33): Even if your child stays with the church, that doesn't always mean they are getting the right message. Brian and Aubrey talked about how to avoid negative Christianity. (46:33-54:39): Brian and Aubrey wrapped up a heavy show by sharing some positive news stories.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Weight
Mental Health | "Prayer in the Night" with Tish Warren

The Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 51:56 Transcription Available


Shownotes:God is not afraid of our exhaustion, grief, and pain. Honest prayers of lament draw us into deeper connection with God and help us cultivate a greater awareness of our needs. As a culture, however, we have withdrawn into numbing habits of distraction. Even the Church often serves as a place of escape rather than a comfortable place to bring our burdens. Where does God meet us in the empty space of deep sorrow and pain? How can we give ourselves more permission to grieve in our personal prayers?In this episode, Chris and Eddie are joined by Tish Harrison Warren, author of Prayer in the Night. When Warren found herself at a place filled with too many questions to bear, she began to write about the empty space of night and how we can present the weariness of our souls to God. Warren discusses prayer as communion with the presence of God, a practice that shapes who we are, how we believe, and our vision of the world. We hope this episode moves you toward peace and comfort as Warren illustrates ways to draw near to God in the midst of uncertainty and fear.Resources:Follow Tish Warren on the web:https://tishharrisonwarren.com Check out Tish Warren's book “Prayer in the Night” here:https://tishharrisonwarren.com/prayer-in-the-night Follow Tish Warren on social media:https://www.facebook.com/TishHarrisonWarrenAuthor https://www.instagram.com/tishharrisonwarren/ https://twitter.com/Tish_H_Warren 

The Hidden Curriculum
E39- Statistical grammar with Sarah Hamersma

The Hidden Curriculum

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 53:23


In this episode we talk with Sarah Hamersma about statistical grammar. Sarah Hamersma is an Associate Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs and a Senior Research Associate in the Center for Policy Research at Syracuse University. Sebastian Tello-Trillo is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy in the University of Virginia. Alex Hollingsworth is an Associate Professor of Economics at the O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs in Indiana University. Notes from the episode A link to Sarah's essay on statistical grammar here, https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/docs/default-source/research/cpr/faculty/hamersma-statsgrammarfail-2022-accessible.pdf A link to Sarah's essay, Uncertainty: The beauty and bedrock of statistics, https://comment.org/uncertainty-the-beauty-and-bedrock-of-statistics/ A video lecture including the analogy for the golem of Prague and statistical models: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cclUd_HoRlo The Scientific American article about the developemtn and approval of the race specific drug BiDil, https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/race-in-a-bottle/ Recommendations of the Week Sarah's tip of the week is to read Tish Harrison Warren in the New York Times, https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/22/opinion/faith-spirituality.html Alex recommends using the @ symbol when using stata reshape command. See here for more details, https://www.stata.com/manuals/dreshape.pdf Sebastian recommends going on a short vacation at the end of the semester to help transition to summer research. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hidden-curriculum/message

Honestly, Though
Episode 41 | Life In An Arranged Marriage | Guest: Sherene Joseph

Honestly, Though

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 57:37


Sherene and her husband Joe met and married through an arrangement made by their parents. In this heartwarming and enlightening episode of Honestly, Though, Sherene sits down with Rebecca Carrell and Nika Spaulding to share what she has learned about God through her arranged marriage. The chat about learning to love someone, love as an action instead of a feeling, and the true meaning of covenant.Resources: Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas; Marriage and the Mystery of the Gospel by Dane C. Ortland; The Power of a Praying Wife, Stormie OmartianArticles: "Love Lessons from an Arranged Marriage," Sherene Joseph: https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/february-web-only/valentines-day-arranged-marriage-love-lessons.html"I Married the Wrong Person (And I'm So Glad I Did)," Tish Harrison Warren: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/05/opinion/marriage-satisfaction-love.html

The Daily Article
Will Howard Stern run for president?

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:59


Howard Stern is considering a presidential bid and says his platform will have only two goals: to amend the Electoral College and to add five more Supreme Court justices. In The Daily Article for June 30, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison covers why Stern wants to run for the presidency, an article by sports journalist Jemele Hill on why she chose to have an abortion, and another article by Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren on the myth of "bodily autonomy." Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

The Common Good Podcast
How we can get back to having leaders who are respectful?

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 53:54


(00:00-10:03): The chief argument against the overturning of Roe vs. Wade seems to be “Bodily autonomy” but Tish Harrison Warren wrote in the New York Times that isn't applicable. (10:03-19:21): Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot made a profane attack on the SCOTUS at a Pride event in Chicago. Brian and Aubrey talked about how we can get back to having leaders who are respectful even when they disagree with people and policies. (19:21-27:47): Brian and Aubrey lightened things up with a game of “Paul or Disney Princess?” (27:47-36:06): How do we respond to people who are hurting? Derwin Gray tweeted “Everyone is going through something. Even when we disagree, we can still be kind, humble, and generous. “ (36:06-44:55): Relevant Magazine has compiled a list of bad Christian excuses for breaking up with someone. (44:55-53:53): According to Marlena Graves: “It's hard to follow Jesus when we have too much stuff and when we have stuffed too many activities into our lives because we are shackled to the norms and rhythms  of American markers of status and comfort.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Midtown Church Podcast
A Collaborative Community – Colossians 4:7-18

Midtown Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 48:18


SUMMARY OF COLOSSIANSThis letter is written to a young church: The Apostle Paul writes this letter from prison to a young church in the city of Colossae that they may grow in “maturity to Christ” (1:28), despite the cultural pressures that they were experiencing. Christ began a new Kingdom: The foundation for resisting cultural pressure is recognizing we have been saved from ourselves and are now citizens of a new Kingdom– established in Christ. (1:13;1:15-20;3:1) Spiritual maturity is learning to live in that new Kingdom: Paul believes that learning to live in the Kingdom of Jesus transforms every aspect of our lives. THE ACHE FOR BELONGING.“We all want to be part of something bigger than ourselves”; is a phrase that almost needs no explanation for we all know the ache for belonging. An MIT Study published in Nov. 2020 found that humans crave social interactions in the same region in our brain that we crave food. A different study indicated that our experience of social isolation or loneliness originates in the same region of the brain in which we experience the sensation of physical pain. We all seem to be looking for a community of meaningful participation. The Church is called to be a collaborative community; collaborating with God and one another. THROUGHOUT THE BIBLICAL NARRATIVE GOD DEMONSTRATES A DEEP DESIRE TO COLLABORATE WITH HUMANITY. “The human job description…found in chapter 1 of Genesis indicates that God assigned to us collectively the rule over all living things on earth, animal and plant. We are responsible before God for life on the earth. However unlikely it may seem from our current viewpoint, God equipped us for this task by framing our nature to function in a conscious, personal relationship of interactive responsibility with him. We are meant to exercise our ‘rule' only in union with God, as he acts with us. He intended to be our constant companion or co-worker in the creative enterprise of life on earth. That is what his love for us means in practical terms.” – Dallas Willard, The Divine Conspiracy, 22 THE GOSPEL CAN BE UNDERSTOOD AS GOD'S INVITATION TO BE HIS COLLABORATING PEOPLE. “The task of the church is to serve as the best example of what God can do with human community.“ – Stanley Hauerwas “What you do in the present—by painting, preaching, singing, sewing, praying, teaching, building hospitals, digging wells, campaigning for justice, writing poems, caring for the needy, loving your neighbor as yourself—will last into God's future. These activities are not simply ways of making the present life a little less beastly, a little more bearable, until the day when we leave it behind altogether. They are part of what we may call building for God's kingdom.” – NT Wright, Suprised by Hope To collaborate with God is to understand his plan for the future, and to simply work towards it. “If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. 2 Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth.” – Col 3:1–2. PAUL'S MOTLEY CREW OF COLLABORATORS. Two Messengers (Tychicus, Onesimus), three Jewish collaborators (Aristarchus, Mark, Jesus “Justus”), three Gentile collaborators (Epaphras, Luke, Demas), and a few final greetings (Nympha, the Church of Laodicea, and Archippus). “Christian friendships are call-and-response friendships. We tell each other over and over, back and forth, the truth of who we are and who God is. Over dinner and on walks, dropping off soup when someone is sick, and in prayer over the phone, we speak the good news to each other. And we become good news to every other.” — Tish Harrison Warren, Liturgy of the Ordinary OUR SPIRITUAL PRACTICE IS TO IDENTIFY & CENTER FRIENDSHIPS IN CHRIST. 1. Make friends with Christians who spur you towards the good.2. This means you need to show up to the Christian community. 3. You must put yourself out there– be intentional. 4. Keep working at friendship.

Raised Catholic
Contemplative Summer

Raised Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:25


This week we're looking at contemplative prayer and how to incorporate it into our faith lives. In addition, there's an important update on the podcast, so please give this one a careful listen. If you'd like to connect with me, find me on Instagram or on my blog. If you'd like to help support this podcast financially, there's now a way to do just that, and thank you - visit me on my page at buymeacoffee.com! Thanks as always for sharing, subscribing, rating, and reviewing, as this helps our community to grow! Here are some resources I hope will help you to engage with this week's topic in a deeper way for yourself: 1. "The Inner Journey: Thomas Merton's Contemplative Spirituality," by MattandJojang's Blog 2. "Jesus Was a Contemplative," by St. Joseph's College Online Theology 3. "How to Practice Contemplative Meditation," by U.S. Catholic 4. Book: Seeds of Contemplation, by Thomas Merton 5. Book: Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, by Tish Harrison Warren 6. Book: Here and Now, by Henri Nouwen 7. Contemplative prayer resources and history from contemplativeoutreach.org 8. Song: Be Thou My Vision, by Audrey Assad 9. Song: The Embrace, by Ashana 10. Video: What is Contemplative Prayer?, with Fr. Mike Schmitz and Called to More

The Culture Translator

This week we talk about California schools starting later, Tish Harrison Warren's idea of normalizing some dissatisfaction and disappointment in marriage, and a new viral hack for “healthy” coke. For more Axis resources go to axis.org.

White Horse Inn
Courage in the Ordinary

White Horse Inn

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 29:29 Very Popular


Have you noticed that words like “extreme” and “revolutionary” have ironically become part of our “ordinary” vocabulary, even in the world of contemporary Christianity? We're constantly being encouraged to “transform the world,” to pursue “radical discipleship,” or simply to do “big things for Jesus.” But what is the cost of this continual use of superlatives? The hosts, with the help of Tish Harrison Warren, discuss this issue and point to a recovery of “ordinary discipleship” in a world of hype (originally aired 09-01-13). __________ To receive our new book, 30 Years Closer: Essays for a Modern Reformation, for a gift of $50 or more, go to whitehorseinn.org/closer. __________ Listen to our extended length series, Ordinary, for free! Just head over to whitehorseinn.org/offers.

The Hammer & Quill
S2E9: Pam Behal

The Hammer & Quill

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022


Show NotesBible Study Fellowship - https://www.bsfinternational.org/7 Mile Road Church Kalos - https://www.sevenmilemelrose.com/kalostrackPatti Rosell - https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/profile/patti-rosell/Kalos Conversations podcast - https://www.sevenmilemelrose.com/kalosconversationsBonhoeffer Haus Kalos - https://www.bonhoefferhaus.com/kalosGuernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - https://www.netflix.com/title/80223371Worthy by Elyse Fitzpatrick - https://www.christianbook.com/worthy-celebrating-the-value-of-women/elyse-fitzpatrick/9780764234361/pd/234361Paul and Gender by Cynthia Westfall - https://www.amazon.com/Paul-Gender-Reclaiming-Apostles-Vision/dp/0801097940The Bible Thinker by Mike Winger - https://biblethinker.org/our-media/Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren - https://tishharrisonwarren.com/liturgy-of-the-ordinaryPrayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren - https://tishharrisonwarren.com/prayer-in-the-nightLightning RoundPam's Favorites: ShowItchy Boots - https://www.youtube.com/c/ItchyBootsCurrent ReadBurning in my Bones by Winn Collier - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/572719/a-burning-in-my-bones-by-winn-collier/PodcastAlisa Childers - https://www.alisachilders.com/Restaurant in RadfordLa Cabana - https://www.lacabanaradford.com/Snack / TreatReese's Pieces Pop CornersOutroTheology in the Mirror of Scripture by Kevin Van Hoozer - https://www.ivpress.com/theology-and-the-mirror-of-scripture

Open Door
Introduction to Grief

Open Door

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 37:58


Grief. We all know it. But knowing that doesn't make it any easier. Today, Matt and Katie discuss what grief is and the good role that God has given it in our lives. Matt and Katie reference Psalm 62:8Matt and Katie reference Hannah's story in 1 Samuel.  Matt references A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis Katie references Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren. Matt references an article on lament by NT Wright. Matt references our first batch on anxiety and depression: Episode 1 - Understanding Anxiety Episode 2 - Walking Through Anxiety Epsiode 3 - What is Depression? Episode 4 -  Walking Through Depression Find more about Matt Scheuneman here or find him on social media. Find more about Katie Neely here or find her on social media.  

The Habit
Katy Bowser Hutson & Flo Paris Oakes

The Habit

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 44:27


Flo Paris Oakes and Katy Bowser Hutson have been longtime songwriting collaborators through the Rain for Roots collective, which makes singable scripture songs for kids and grownups alike. Both children's ministry directors, they think a lot and very deeply about the spiritual formation of children. In this episode, Flo and Katy discuss their most recent project, Little Prayers for Ordinary Days, a book of prayers for children which they wrote  with Tish Harrison Warren. Support the show: https://therabbitroom.givingfuel.com/member See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Embodied Holiness
Episode 09: Trusting God During Seasons of Waiting with Special Guest Kristin McNair

Embodied Holiness

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later May 17, 2022 35:03


In this episode, we talk with our good friend Kristin McNair about how she has learned to trust God during a season of infertility and how she continues to find hope in this season of waiting. We also explore a terrific book, Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren. Even if infertility is not an issue for you, it may very well be for someone you know and love. Kristin's perspective is good for all of us to hear. Also, the spiritual principles she's learned are applicable to all of us.  Thanks for listening!About Kristin:Originally a native of Mobile, AL, Kristin McNair has been a Hattiesburg, MS transplant for over 15 years. She attended The University of Southern Mississippi where she completed her B.S. in Child and Family Studies. Kristin is the Parish Administrator at Trinity Episcopal Church. While struggling with infertility issues for a combination of almost 5 years (& counting), Kristin became passionate about spreading awareness & normalizing the topics surrounding it. Kristin and her husband, Luke, of ten years are blessed with their 4-year-old daughter, Eleanor, and have a Bernese Mountain Dog, Penny. She enjoys roller skating, reading books, taking nature walks with her family, and singing in a local community choir called The Meistersingers.

The Holy Post
Episode 508: No More Roe? & the New Scandal of the Evangelical Mind with Mark Noll

The Holy Post

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 90:47 Very Popular


The leak of a draft ruling by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade has the entire country talking. Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn discuss the overreactions from both the Left and Right, speculate about what a post-Roe America might look like, examine the complicated history of abortion including why many evangelicals originally supported Roe but then dramatically flipped on the issue, and share their hopes for what comes next. Then, acclaimed historian Mark Noll talks about the 30th anniversary of his influential book, “The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind.” In the early 1990s, Noll celebrated the strength of the evangelical church, but he warned about a dangerous shortage of evangelical scholars. Today, he fears the opposite. While evangelical scholarship has never been stronger, Noll is deeply concerned about an anti-intellectual church taken with conspiracy theories and partisan politics. Patreon Bonus segment: https://www.patreon.com/posts/66264481/ News Segment 0:00 - Intro 2:31 - Supreme Court leak - initial reactions 8:49 - Changing views on abortion within evangelical Christianity 19:29 - Overreactions on both sides 33:48 - Upsides 42:55 - Downsides 47:32 - “The Southernization of the Pro-Life Movement” Resources mentioned: Advisory Opinions podcast - “Making Sense of the Supreme Court Leak” Part 1: https://advisoryopinions.thedispatch.com/p/making-sense-of-the-supreme-court?s=r Part 2: https://advisoryopinions.thedispatch.com/p/making-sense-of-the-supreme-court-8db?s=r “If Roe is Overturned, Where Should the Pro-Life Movement Go Next?” by Tish Harrison Warren - https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/08/opinion/abortion-roe-dobbs-pro-life.html “Apocalypse Now: How the Left and Right Get Danger Wrong” by Michael Wear - https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2022/april-web-only/political-apocalypse-christianity-right-left-evangelicals.html “This Really Is a Different Pro-Life Movement” by Daniel K. Williams - https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/05/south-abortion-pro-life-protestants-catholics/629779/ Sponsor 57:22 - Faithful Counseling faithfulcounseling.com/holypost Interview with Mark Noll “The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind” - https://www.eerdmans.com/Products/8204/the-scandal-of-the-evangelical-mind.aspx 58:32 - Mark Noll intro 59:33 - Updated version - why now? 1:02:19 - Christian higher education “We the Fallen People” by Robert Tracy McKenzie - https://amzn.to/3M7oHGO 1:08:50 - Fundamentalism and fear 1:15:33 - Evolution and CRT 1:26:08 - Christian curiosity 1:30:19 - Credits The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.

Small Wonders
Black Box

Small Wonders

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 15:25


In the hinterland of Australia's largest island, Laurel Moffatt discovers engineers are hard at work planning a place to story the memory of all our environmental mistakes.The thinking is that our climate is no longer just changing, but headed for disaster. And if our planet's going to crash, survivors will need to know what happened and why, and hold any responsible parties to account.But what if this 'Black Box' recorder isn't big enough. After all, there are many more sins to account for than just greenhouse gases.The Black Box holds a tension between the acknowledgment of wrong-doing (repentance) with a desire to be made right (justice). But if justice and the judgment it carries is the only thing we have, would any of us survive?LINKSAustralian Government, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Final report: Mount Lyell Remediation Research and Demonstration Program.Mount Lyell Remediation, Supervising Scientist Report.Tish Harrison Warren, We're All Sinner, and Accepting That Is Actually a Good Thing, The New York Times.Brad Plumer and Raymond Zhong, Climate Change Is Harming the Planet Faster Than We Can Adapt, U.N. Warns, The New York Times.Romans 3:25, the 'mercy seat' reference.

Ringside with the preacher men
The Prison of Confirmation, Jazz, and the Flesh

Ringside with the preacher men

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 60:16


Topics: Live music in bars Ringside on Confirmation NRSV Translation changes Do you have to keep your body whole for the resurrection?   Thank you:  1517.org  and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis and thejaggedword.com   Music/Photo: Joel Allen Hess  "sons"- More on bandcamp Dead Horse One - I love my man Cover Photo by Paul Koch @rev_koch   Other stuff: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,: The Traveller's Night Song (Wanderers Nachtlied II. in English) On the Prison of Jazz, G.K. Chesterton Levites, Whores, and Demoniacs: Here's How the New NRSV Has Changed, christianitytoday.com Liturgy of the Ordinary:Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, Tish Harrison Warren    

We Are Vineyard
Tish Harrison Warren: Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep

We Are Vineyard

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 71:27


This episode of We Are Vineyard is the second in a 2-part conversation between Jay and Tish Harrison Warren. Tish shares some of her best practices and tangible steps for writing, along with wisdom about how to know what conversations will benefit from contributing your voice. Tish and Jay then discuss the impacts of social media on our thinking, and the damage done to the witness of Jesus by how Christians treat each other online. Finally, Tish shares how her book Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep came to be, how she discovered she was using theology to avoid real faith questions, and her thoughts on suffering and joy. Tish Harrison Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America. She is the author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (Christianity Today's 2018 Book of the Year) and Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep (Christianity Today's 2022 Book of the Year). Currently, Tish writes a weekly newsletter for The New York Times, and she is a columnist for Christianity Today. Her articles and essays have appeared in Religion News Service, Christianity Today, Comment Magazine, The Point Magazine, The New York Times, and elsewhere. For over a decade, Tish has worked in ministry settings as a campus minister with InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries, as an associate rector, and with addicts and those in poverty through various churches and non-profit organizations. Now, Tish serves as Writer in Residence at Resurrection South Austin. She is a founding member of The Pelican Project and a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum. She lives with her husband and three children in the Austin, Texas area.

We Are Vineyard
Tish Harrison Warren: Life As A Mosaic

We Are Vineyard

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 58:14


This episode of We Are Vineyard is the first in a 2-part conversation between Jay and Tish Harrison Warren. Tish shares about her youthful realization that she was called to ministry and how she walked that path as a young woman in the Baptist church. They then move into discussing how to navigate marriage and parenting roles when each spouse has a similar calling, and celebrating each other's wholeness in vocation while balancing the practical needs of the family, travel and work schedules. This is a beautiful and honest conversation about gender roles, faith and family. Come back next week for part 2! Tish Harrison Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America. She is the author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (Christianity Today's 2018 Book of the Year) and Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep (Christianity Today's 2022 Book of the Year). Currently, Tish writes a weekly newsletter for The New York Times, and she is a columnist for Christianity Today. Her articles and essays have appeared in Religion News Service, Christianity Today, Comment Magazine, The Point Magazine, The New York Times, and elsewhere. For over a decade, Tish has worked in ministry settings as a campus minister with InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries, as an associate rector, and with addicts and those in poverty through various churches and non-profit organizations. Now, Tish serves as Writer in Residence at Resurrection South Austin. She is a founding member of The Pelican Project and a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum. She lives with her husband and three children in the Austin, Texas area.

Thrive With Asbury Seminary
Tish Harrison Warren: Prayer in the Night

Thrive With Asbury Seminary

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 69:58


Today on the podcast, I had the real privilege of getting to talk to Tish Harrison Warren. She's a priest in the Anglican Church in North America as well as an author. She's written Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life, which won Christianity Today's 2018 Book of the Year and Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep, which won Christianity Today's 2022 Book of the Year. And releasing May 31 of this year, she has written Little Prayers for Ordinary Days. In addition to all of that she currently writes a weekly newsletter for The New York Times, which you should subscribe to, and she is a columnist for Christianity Today. Her articles and essays have appeared in Religion News Service, Christianity Today, Comment Magazine, The Point Magazine, The New York Times, and elsewhere. For over a decade, Tish has worked in ministry settings as a campus minister with InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries, as an associate rector, and with addicts and those in poverty through various churches and non-profit organizations. Now, Tish serves as Writer in Residence at Resurrection South Austin. She is a founding member of The Pelican Project and a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum. She lives with her husband and three children in the Austin, Texas area. In today's conversation, we talk about all the things. We talk about her books Liturgy for the Ordinary, Prayer in the Night and her new release, Little Prayers for Ordinary Days. We talk about her faith journey, the liturgies that form our daily lives, and finding God in the suffering—the importance of liturgical prayer to give us words when we don't have the words. We also talk about how we can take God off trial and rest in his goodness, love and mercy in the midst of difficult and sad seasons through the hope of the resurrection. And now let's listen to my conversation with Tish!

All About Boys
Fear Factor in Parenting: We Dread Seeing Our Children Suffer, with Tish Harrison Warren

All About Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 33:04


Tish Harrison Warren expands on thoughts from her most recent book Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep, especially the prayer of parents who long for God to "shield the joyous" and protect their kids in their suffering.Warren is also the author of Christianity Today's 2018 book of the year Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life. An Anglican priest, wife. and mother of three, Warren writes a weekly newsletter for The New York Times.

Trinity Forum Conversations
Reading Scripture with N.T. Wright

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 21:13


In our final podcast episode of our special Lenten series, we're considering the meaning of the good news view through the lens of scripture, with an emphasis on Christ, passion and triumph.  Reading Scripture with New EyesTo help us explore the spiritual discipline of reading scripture, we're returning to an evening conversation we hosted back in 2016 with Anglican Bishop, and New Testament scholar, N.T. Wright.Since the very earliest days of the Christian Church, the reading of scripture has been foundational for Christian formation. Rather than prescribe a particular methodology of Bible reading this week, our invitation is simply to join us in reading each of the four gospel accounts of Jesus' last days, but to do so with a refreshed understanding of what Jesus meant when he spoke of the “good news.”On Earth as it is in HeavenAs N.T. Wright makes clear, Jesus' good news wasn't about giving advice, or founding a new religion, or even where a soul goes when the body dies. Jesus was inviting his hearers into a new way of understanding Israel's ancient story and the cosmic significance of its sudden fulfillment. It's our hope that this conversation will help you read slowly, thoughtfully, and to consider and savor aspects of this good news that you may have missed before. Thank you for journeying with us through Lent, and we wish you a very happy Easter. Learn more about N.T. Wright. Watch The Good News and the Good Life, with N.T. Wright and Richard Hayes. Authors and books mentioned in the conversation:Who is this Man? by John Ortberg Related Trinity Forum Readings:Devotions by John Donne and paraphrased by Philip YanceyThe Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine of Hippo, Introduced by James K.A. SmithPilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie DillardPilgrim's Progress by John BunyanGod's Grandeur: The Poems of Gerard Manley HopkinsA Spiritual Pilgrimage by Malcolm Muggeridge Related Conversations:Liturgy of the Ordinary in Extraordinary Times with Tish Harrison WarrenCaring for Words in a Culture of Lies with Marilyn McEntyreInvitation to Solitude and Silence with Ruth Haley BartonOn the Road with Saint Augustine with James K.A. Smith and Elizabeth BruenigThe Habit Podcast, Episode 26: Tish Harrison Warren with Doug McKelveyThe Spiritual Practice of Remembering with Margaret Bendroth To listen to this or any of our episodes in full, visit ttf.org, and to join the Trinity Forum Society and help make content like this possible, visit ttf.org/join. Special thanks to Ned Bustard for the artwork and Andrew Peterson for the music.

Embodied Holiness
Episode 04: Lost Keys and Dog Poop - When Your Morning Turns Into the Apocalypse

Embodied Holiness

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 38:20


Have you ever had one of those mornings where everything goes wrong? You know the ones. You wake up late, you find dog poop in your closet, you forget that today's the day to bring snacks for your kid's class, and now there's water seeping from under the sink. Your morning has turned into the apocalypse. Now, how do you respond?Thanks for joining us as we dig into Chapter 4 of Tish Harrison Warren's book Liturgy of the Ordinary. Personal or Group Questions:How do you respond when small things go wrong or your plans are suddenly interrupted? What does your response to these "small sufferings" reveal about your loves and fears? About your heart?Is there anything in your life that  you feel you have a "right" to be annoyed about?We talked some about our pet peeves. What are your pet peeves? Have you ever considered that those are places where you think you're better than somebody else?What is your response to moments of sin and failure in your day? How might you meet God in those moments?Visit us at our website and follow us on Instagram @embodiedholiness or on Facebook.

Trinity Forum Conversations
Remembering with Margaret Bendroth

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 20:12


We continue our Lenten podcast series by considering the spiritual practice of remembering with historian and author, Margaret Bendroth.Remembering is a Scriptural ImperativeThe promise of modernity was progress, and so our default orientation is often to the present and future and away from the past, which can be seen as either irrelevant or even benighted. But it is uncanny how often the Bible instructs us to remember the great story, to meditate upon it, ponder it, write it in our heart, dwell on it, and never forget.In this conversation, Margaret Bendroth invites us to reflect on our own stories, to see our lives as the product of a long choosing linked to the generations that have come before. And then to be willing to examine our family and spiritual histories as part of knowing ourselves and our place in God's story.Righteous Remembrance Means Extending Grace to our AncestorsAnd while she acknowledges the potential for discomfort in looking back, Bendroth encourages us to a posture of “righteous remembrance,” extending the charity to our ancestors that we hope will be extended to us. In doing so, we open up the door to healing not only of our own past, but also to gain access to resources and wisdom from previous generations.May this conversation inspire you to reflect on your own history and its place within the great story.Learn more about Margareth Bendroth. Authors and books mentioned in the conversation:Miroslav Volf Related Trinity Forum Readings:Devotions by John Donne and paraphrased by Philip YanceyThe Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine of Hippo, Introduced by James K.A. SmithPilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie DillardPilgrim's Progress by John BunyanGod's Grandeur: The Poems of Gerard Manley HopkinsA Spiritual Pilgrimage by Malcolm Muggeridge Related Conversations:Liturgy of the Ordinary in Extraordinary Times with Tish Harrison WarrenCaring for Words in a Culture of Lies with Marilyn McEntyreInvitation to Solitude and Silence with Ruth Haley BartonOn the Road with Saint Augustine with James K.A. Smith and Elizabeth BruenigThe Habit Podcast, Episode 26: Tish Harrison Warren with Doug McKelveyThe Spiritual Practice of Remembering with Margaret BendrothTo listen to this or any of our episodes in full, visit ttf.org, and to join the Trinity Forum Society and help make content like this possible, visit ttf.org/join. Special thanks to Ned Bustard for the artwork and Andrew Peterson for the music.

Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel
What God Promises and What God Doesn't - with Rev. Tish Harrison Warren

Asbury Seminary Kentucky Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 35:15


What God Promises and What God Doesn't

Viral Jesus
Tish Harrison Warren: Slow Answers to Hard Prayers

Viral Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 52:01


In this episode, Heather talks with bestselling author Tish Harrison Warren about prayer and what it means to communicate with God during our seasons of suffering. Tish explains how sometimes your prayer life doesn't need more words, but more silence. Tish's honest insights will encourage you on how to navigate the vulnerability of the human experience, and how to keep praying even when God feels far away. Tish Harrison Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America. She is the author of Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (Christianity Today's 2018 Book of the Year) and Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep (Christianity Today's 2022 Book of the Year). She writes a weekly newsletter for The New York Times, and she is a monthly columnist for CT.  Reach out to Heather at heatherthompsonday.com, on Twitter @HeatherTDay, and on Instagram @heatherthompsonday. Viral Jesus is a production of Christianity Today Host and creator: Heather Thompson Day Producer: Loren Joseph Executive Producer: Ed Gilbreath Director of CT Podcasts: Mike Cosper Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Trinity Forum Conversations
Writing as a Spiritual Practice with Jonathan Rogers, Tish Harrison Warren and Doug McKelvey

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 18:31


On this episode of our special Lenten podcast series we explore the spiritual practice of writing by listening to a conversation between authors, Tish Harrison Warren, Doug McKelvey and Jonathan Rogers.The Spiritual Practice of Writing As these three authors explore the craft of writing, what becomes clear is that the creativity and spiritual insight that marks their work is predicated on the discipline of showing up, to sit in the quiet with tools in hand and to attend to the wonder and mystery of their own lives. The very ordinary disciplines surrounding writing have become for these authors a liturgy by which they come into contact with the divine, writing things and expressing truths they didn't know that they knew.The Habit: Conversations with Writers about WritingThis conversation originally appeared on the Habit Podcast, a production of the Rabbit Room podcast network, and a portion of it is used here with their generous permission and goodwill. To listen to more of the Habit visit Rabbitroom.com/podcast.It's our hope that this conversation will inspire your own practice of writing during Lent and help you to enter into the mystery and grace of the Father's love. Authors and books mentioned in the conversation:Charlie PeacockJames Bryant SmithWalker PercyJessica Hooten Wilson Related Trinity Forum Readings:Devotions by John Donne and paraphrased by Philip YanceyThe Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine of Hippo, Introduced by James K.A. SmithPilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie DillardPilgrim's Progress by John BunyanGod's Grandeur: The Poems of Gerard Manley HopkinsA Spiritual Pilgrimage by Malcolm Muggeridge Related Conversations:Liturgy of the Ordinary in Extraordinary Times with Tish Harrison WarrenCaring for Words in a Culture of Lies with Marilyn McEntyreInvitation to Solitude and Silence with Ruth Haley BartonOn the Road with Saint Augustine with James K.A. Smith and Elizabeth BruenigThe Habit Podcast, Episode 26: Tish Harrison Warren with Doug McKelveyTo listen to this or any of our episodes in full, visit ttf.org, and to join the Trinity Forum Society and help make content like this possible, visit ttf.org/join. Special thanks to Ned Bustard for the artwork and Andrew Peterson for the music.

Embodied Holiness
Episode 03: Finding Rest for Body, Mind, and Soul

Embodied Holiness

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 34:26


In Matthew 11:28, Jesus said, "Come to me all you that are weary and carrying heavy burdens and I will give you rest." We're tired as individuals, as a community, as a nation in more ways than we even understand how to name. We're tired in body, mind, and soul. But as Jesus promised, rest is available to us. We don't have to live in a perpetual state of exhaustion. In this episode, we'll dive deeper into this topic of rest to discover how we can incorporate this necessary and healing practice into our lives. Questions for Personal or Group Reflection“What if Christians were known as the countercultural community of the well-rested? People who embrace our limits with zest and even joy?” Tish Harrison Warren, Liturgy of the OrdinaryHave you ever thought of the practice of rest as a way to trust God more and release control of being responsible for everything?Susan shared her story of hitting a wall physically that led her to search for truer and deeper rest. Have you ever experienced anything like that? How do you notice your body telling you that you aren't resting enough? How have you experienced unrest in your “mind”? (Overthinking, trying to problem-solve and fix-everything, working tirelessly mentally, anxious thoughts, etc…)How have you experienced your body reacting when your mind is in a state of unrest?Have you ever tried a breathing exercise, breath prayer, relaxation technique, or meditation practice to help you find rest? (You can access practices like these and other resources in Susan's book, You're Gonna Be Okay - link below.)“Without the essential nutrients of rest, wisdom, and delight embedded in the problem-solving process itself, the solution we patch together is likely to be an obstacle to genuine relief… In the soil of the quick fix is the seed of a new problem because our quiet wisdom is unavailable.” Wayne Muller, SabbathWe said soul rest is not just an individual activity found in “quiet time” with the Lord, but it's also found when we meet with others and share and process our life experiences together. Do you have a space to do this type of soul work? If not, what would it take for you to find that type of community?Resources:Liturgy of the Ordinary, by Tish Harrison WarrenSabbath: Finding Rest Renewal and Delight in Our Busy Lives, by Wayne MullerYou're Gonna Be Okay: Truth, Practices, and Encouragement to Give You Hope When You Feel Hopeless, by Rev. Susan Eaton and Stewart Eaton, LPC, CSAT

The Common Good Podcast
The Best of The Common Good - Tuesday 3-29-22

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 73:38


(00:00-9:39): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Tish Harrison Warren's New York Times opinion article, “How Americans Can Learn to Live Together Again.” (9:39-18:21): Lee Strobel, Founding Director of the Lee Strobel Center for Evangelism and Applied Apologetics at Colorado Christian University and New York Times best-selling author of more than forty books, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his new book, “The Case for Heaven: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for Life After Death.” Learn more about Lee and his books at leestrobel.com and connect with him on Twitter at @LeeStrobel (18:21-27:50): What's the value of scripture memorization? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and discussed Sandra McCracken's Christianity Today article, “How Scripture Keeps Surprising Me.” (27:50-37:09): How do Christians embrace the goodness of diversity without caving to the winds of cultural change? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and shared their thoughts on Arthur Satterwhite's Churchleaders.com article, “Why Christians Should Care About Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging.”  (37:09-45:48): David Mathis, Executive Editor for desiringGod.org and a Pastor at Cities Church, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his new book, “Humbled: Welcoming the Uncomfortable Work of God.” Learn more about David's book and his articles at desiringgod.org and connect with him on Twitter at @davidcmathis (1:02:43-1:11:13): Brian and Aubrey shared their TOP FIVE TV Theme Songs. Aubrey's #1 pick was Ted Lasso and Brian's #1 pick was Cheers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Monday Morning Pastor
S7E7 - Tish Harrison Warren – Prayer In The Night

Monday Morning Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 67:12


J.R. has a great conversation with pastor and author Tish Harrison Warren. Tish brings such beautiful perspectives to life as a pastor and ministry. We hope you enjoy this episode.  INFO: https://tishharrisonwarren.com/ BOOKS: Amazon … Information and registration for our online group coaching and spiritual direction cohorts can be found at www.kairospartnerships.org/groups - space is limited so make sure to sign up soon. If you haven't signed up for J.R.'s every other week FREE newsletter 5 Things in 5 Minutes (yes the entire thing can be read in less than 5 minutes or less), here's the link: www.kairospartnerships.org/5t5m We'd love to hear from you. Drop us a line. Doug – doug.moister@renewcommunity.org J.R. – jrbriggs@kairospartnerships.org **Monday Morning Pastor is produced by the incredibly gifted Joel Limbauan. Check out his great video and podcast work at On a Limb Productions www.onalimbproductions.com If this podcast adds value to you, your team, or your organization, consider (1) subscribing (2) leaving a review and (3) sharing it with others Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Common Good Podcast
Dr. Holly Catterton Allen discusses her book, “Forming Resilient Children,” Mary Lowman shares about The Christian Working Woman Weekend Getaway, and Brian and Aubrey talk about how to remain joyful in all circumstances - March 18, 2022

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022 57:31


(00:00-9:20): Brian and Aubrey discussed Tish Harrison Warren's New York Times opinion article, “We're All Sinners, and Accepting That Is Actually a Good Thing.” (9:20-20:12): Dr. Holly Catterton Allen, Professor of Family Science and Christian Ministries at Lipscomb University, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about her book, “Forming Resilient Children:The Role of Spiritual Formation for Healthy Development.” You can order Holly's book on Amazon or at ivpress.com (20:12-29:54): How can we remain joyful in all circumstances? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and reflected on an encouraging Twitter video from Louie Giglio. (29:54-39:36): Mary Lowman, Speaker, Founder of The Christian Working Woman, and Host of “The Christian Working Woman” joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about the ministry of The Christian Working Woman and their upcoming “Unwavering Confidence” Weekend Getaway, from April 22nd to the 24th.  Learn more about The Christian Working Woman and register for the “Unwavering Confidence” Weekend Getaway at christianworkingwoman.org (39:36-48:44): Brian and Aubrey shared their TOP FIVE Green Foods. Aubrey's #1 pick was Guacamole, and Brian's #1 pick was Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. (48:44-57:30): Brian and Aubrey shared some weird and wild news from the internet. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Language of God
109. Tish Harrison Warren | God Is A Bad Fairy Godmother

Language of God

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 58:46


The problem of evil has confounded people of faith as far back as Job. And the knowledge of the world that has been brought about by science has not made it any easier to answer the question of why a good and powerful God would let bad things happen. Tish Harrison Warren confronts the problem of evil in her book, Prayer in the Night. In the book she asks the question, how can we trust God at all when we can't trust that God will keep bad things from happening to us? In the episode, we talk about how praying the compline prayer helped her to find an answer to that question and we talk about what prayer is and what it does. We also discuss COVID 19, broaching the topic of returning to in-person church, which she has written about in some recent newsletters in the New York Times. Join a conversation about this episode on the BioLogos Forum. Get your virtual pass to our upcoming conference, Faith and Science 2022 Take a survey to let us know how we're doing. 

Rooted Conference
Rooted Conference: Tish Harrison Warren, "Why Are You Downcast? What the Promises of God Are (and Are Not) in Suffering"

Rooted Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 39:21


Tish Books:Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (Christianity Today's 2018 Book of the Year) Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work, or Watch, or Weep (Christianity Today's 2022 Book of the Year). Join us for the Rooted Conference 2022 in Kansas City on October 6-8, 2022. 

Embodied Holiness
Episode 01: What's Friendship Got to Do With Holiness?

Embodied Holiness

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 29:43


In a world of counting Instagram followers and Facebook likes, the definition of friendship has become pretty shallow. We're friends with a lot of people, but let's face it, we only know a portion of most people's stories and they only know a portion of ours.In this episode, we'll talk about what true friendship is, why we need friendships, and how we can form and nurture the types of relationships that will help us embody holiness.Questions for Personal Reflection or Small GroupsWhat do you look for in your friendships as an adult?Do you find it more challenging or less challenging to develop deep friendships as an adult than when you were a child? What do you think the difference is?Have you ever thought of friendship as an aspect of life that will help you grow in holiness?Who are the people in your life that help carry your burdens, who you can be vulnerable and honest with? “God loves and delights in the people around me and dares me to find beauty in them.” ~Tish Harrison Warren, Liturgy of the OrdinaryWe talked about judgement, comparison, competition, jealousy, and envy as some attitudes and mindsets that serve as hindrances to healthy friendships. How do you see this playing out in your life and relationships?We said that celebration is the antidote to competition. How easy does celebrating the successes and joys of others come to you? If it's not easy for you, can you name why that is? Listen for the unfulfilled longing or desire that might be causing an inability to truly celebrate others. Talk to the Lord about that. “My best friendships are with the people who are willing to get in the muck with me, who see me as I am, who speak to me of our hope in Christ in the midst of it. These friends lives become a sermon to me. We hold up the experiences of our lives to the word of truth.” ~Tish Harrison WarrenResources Mentioned: Liturgy of the Ordinary, by Tish Harrison Warren

Trinity Forum Conversations
Formation and Habit with Tish Harrison Warren

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 11:37


Formation and Habit with Tish Harrison WarrenIn our first Lenten podcast, we're turning to author and Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren to help us frame our thinking about how we're formed spiritually and what the goal of formation is. Tish helps make us conscious of the habits, practices, and liturgies that are present and forming us in our everyday lives.Practices are a Response to LoveShe does a beautiful job of recasting spiritual disciplines not as an effort to make ourselves worthy of God's love, but as a response to God's declaration that we are already his beloved. We hope this conversation inspires you to consider anew the formative power of your habits, and to join us weekly in exploring spiritual disciplines, not out of obligation, but out of a deep and growing sense of your own belovedness before God.To listen to this or any of our conversations in full, visit https://ttf.org, and to join the Trinity Forum Society to help make more content like this possible, visit https://ttf.org/join.Learn more about Tish Harrison Warren.Watch the full Online Conversation and read the transcript.Authors and books mentioned in the conversation:Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison WarrenJohn Mark ComerRelated Trinity Forum Readings:Devotions by John Donne and paraphrased by Philip YanceyThe Confessions of St. Augustine by Augustine of Hippo, Introduced by James K.A. SmithPilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie DillardPilgrim's Progress by John BunyanGod's Grandeur: The Poems of Gerard Manley HopkinsA Spiritual Pilgrimage by Malcolm Muggeridge Related Conversations:Liturgy of the Ordinary in Extraordinary Times with Tish Harrison WarrenCaring for Words in a Culture of Lies with Marilyn McEntyreInvitation to Solitude and Silence with Ruth Haley BartonOn the Road with Saint Augustine with James K.A. Smith and Elizabeth Bruenig

Trinity Forum Conversations
Season 3 trailer: Lenten Spiritual Practices

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 2:11


For 2000 years, Lent has been a season of spiritual preparation in which you reflect on Christ's temptation suffering and death. Beginning on Ash Wednesday and ending with Easter, the 40 days of lent have historically been a time for Christians to draw closer to God through prayer, fasting, repentance, and self-denial.Of course, that's a hard sell in our time. Embracing spiritual disciplines has never been easy, but in a cultural context where denying ourselves our desires is seen not just as odd, but repressive, or even harmful, humbling ourselves through spiritual disciplines and walking in these ancient paths can seem more daunting than ever.But far from being the exclusive province of medieval monks or cloistered mystics of some far away place and time, these disciplines are for everyone, and offer through embodied practices, a path to more deeply and joyfully following in the ways of Jesus. So this Lenten season, we ask you to join us as we explore seven different spiritual disciplines through this special podcast series.Each week we'll release a new conversation that considers a practice to help you draw closer to God in mind, body and spirit. The point is not to master any particular spiritual discipline, but to simply start where you are. It's our hope that these conversations will inspire you to take a step into a new practice of learning to better know, love, and enjoy the Lord who died for us as we remember his passion, and anticipate the joy of his resurrection.Listen to or watch any of our conversations in full at TTF.org, or to help support this podcast and our ongoing work, visit: TTF.org/join.Special thanks to Ned Bustard for the artwork and Andrew Peterson for the music.

Good Faith
Praying Through Wars, Real and Imaginary

Good Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2022 76:21


David and Curtis talk to Tish Harrison Warren, an author, Anglican priest, and writer for The New York Times. Their conversation about prayer gets very real, as they first talk about prayer in wartime. Then they move back to the American cultural struggles, and discuss the disturbing tendency to compare peace to war and the toxic effect on our lives and hearts. Show Notes:-Sign up for Tish Harrison Warren's newsletter-And David's French Press

The AUSA Podcast
S2E6: Gestures and Postures

The AUSA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 37:53


Welcome to this week's episode of The AUSA Podcast! This week we continue our conversation about culture making with Matthew McCall, talking about Gestures and Postures—or, in more accessible language, Actions and Attitudes. Think of a posture as your heart and mind's attitude toward something, the way you're positioned; think of a gesture as an overflowing of that attitude into your everyday actions. In other words, your attitude and your actions. We begin by breaking down the reasons behind why the cultural postures of condemning, critiquing, copying, or consuming culture aren't enough for creating change, and we look at the different gestures that flow from them. We chat a bit about the book of James and look at the relationship between the heart and the hands. Gestures can be good indicators of an unhealthy (or healthy) posture, and a lack of action might be symptomatic of some deeper problems—especially for the Christian who isn't doing his Faith. We end by talking about how a new posture changes your gestures, but the way to change posture is to alter your gestures. In other words, the best way to change your attitude so that you can actually engage with culture in a healthy way and create new things is to actually do things. If you want to incite any lasting change, you need to use creativity—you need to actually create new culture. We think culture is very important, so if you enjoyed this episode or anything peaked your interest, we'd love to start a conversation! Do us a favor and share it with your friends, and if you have thoughts or questions, you can DM us on Instagram @au411. Thanks for listening! To keep up with all things AU Student Activities, visit our Instagram, @au411! To get text reminders and updates about events, text AU411 to 54855! We promise—no spam, only fun. For more information about events and to RSVP, head over to AUnited! Here are some of the resources that were talked about in or used while planning this episode if you're curious about doing some in-depth exploring on your own! Books: "Culture Making" by Andy Crouch; "Liturgy of the Ordinary" by Tish Harrison Warren; James 1

The Hammer & Quill
S2E6: Julielle Sears

The Hammer & Quill

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 65:16


Staff FavoritesChris Barclay Fly Rods - http://cbarclayflyrods.com/Virginia Tech Men's Basketball - https://hokiesports.com/sports/mens-basketballAnne of Green Gables - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/b/series/anne-of-green-gables-series/_/N-2kp5InterviewJulielle's Evensong Series - http://www.juliellesears.com/collectionsLightning RoundFavorite / Current ShowsOnly Murders in the Building - https://www.hulu.com/series/only-murders-in-the-building-ef31c7e1-cd0f-4e07-848d-1cbfedb50ddf?cmp=11932&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=CM_SEM_Various+Niche+Originals&utm_term=only%20murders%20in%20the%20building&gclsrc=aw.ds&gclid=Cj0KCQiAr5iQBhCsARIsAPcwROP4OP7QDXUpUhzlSmEsIs-QbzA7T5nKNByoplKV9_XQEE2qn1qI-I0aAg4BEALw_wcBDownton Abbey - https://www.netflix.com/title/70213223On Julielle's NightstandPrayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren - https://smile.amazon.com/Prayer-Night-Those-Work-Watch/dp/0830846794/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1644610093&sr=8-1-sponsFavorite AlbumTaylor Swift - https://open.spotify.com/artist/06HL4z0CvFAxyc27GXpf02Favorite Food SpotsLittle Rock - Layla's Rosemary Pasta - http://laylasgyro.com/Blacksburg - Eastern Divide Cookies - https://easterndivide.com/Julielle's Favorite SnacksCoke Icee QuesoCookiesJulielle's Website - http://www.juliellesears.com/Julielle's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/juliellesears/OutroThe Getting Through by JUDAH - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUHaAYsHXz4

2Pastors - Kate and Eulando
John Crist, Tish Harrison Warren, and Cheslie Kryst

2Pastors - Kate and Eulando

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 54:53


John Crist, Tish Harrison Warren, and Cheslie Kryst by 2Pastors - Kate and Eulando

Viral Jesus
Welcome to Season 2 of ‘Viral Jesus'

Viral Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 1:17


When she's not teaching communication and social media in the classroom, author and Andrews University professor Heather Thompson Day is back in your podcast feed with all-new episodes of Viral Jesus. Join Heather as she delves deep with Christian influencers and creators who are using their social media platforms to build community and share the gospel. You'll hear their stories and learn their strategies for faithfully navigating digital spaces. This season's guests include thought leaders such as Tish Harrison Warren, Justin Giboney, Felicia Wu Song, and Rich Villodas, as well as artists and pop-culture personalities like Maryanne George and Sadie Robertson Huff. New episodes start on February 1. Share the Season 2 trailer, and subscribe to Viral Jesus today wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Following the Fire
36: Breaking the Belief Box: How the protective walls we've built can hurt more than help

Following the Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 80:24


Breaking the Belief Box: How the protective walls we've built can hurt more than help Nathan's face is naked Nathan's family is disagreeable Nathan plans to wear high-waisted sweatpants when he's old Agreeableness (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/agreeableness) Podcast: “Revisionist History” re: Agreeableness (https://www.pushkin.fm/episode/malcolm-gladwells-12-rules-for-life/) German bluntness (https://www.german-way.com/how-to-tell-when-germans-are-really-being-rude-versus-just-being-german/) Article: “The Devil's in the Details of Deconstruction” (https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2021/november/exvangelical-warren-guide-to-deconstruction-church.html) Book: “The Liturgy of the Ordinary” by Tish Harrison Warren (https://amzn.to/3mSTjkX) Book: “Heavy Burdens” by Bridgette Eileen Rivera (https://amzn.to/3kaDVif) Podcast: “The Bible for Normal People” (https://peteenns.com/podcast/) Episode 34: Who Wrote It?: Digging into false claims of authorship in the Bible with Trevor Thompson (https://www.followingthefire.com/34) “Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus” - Philippians 2:5-11 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Philippians+2%3A5-11&version=NRSV) “What makes you pure is not what goes in to you, it's what comes out” - Matthew 15:10-20 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+15%3A10-20&version=NRSV) “Be in the world but not of the world” - John 17:14-16 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=John+17%3A14-16&version=NRSV) “Don't conform to the pattern of the world” - Romans 12:2 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=romans+12%3A2&version=NRSV) “You are the salt of the earth” - Matthew 5:13-16 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A13-16&version=NRSV) Amish Rumspringa (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumspringa) Film: “The Village” (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0368447/) “Do not taste, do not touch, do not handle” - Colossians 2:21-23 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Colossians+2%3A21-23&version=NRSV) “Do not be afraid” Author: Skye Jethani (https://skyejethani.com/about/) “Go with them more than one mile” - Matthew 5:41 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A41&version=NRSV) Uzzah (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uzzah) was struck dead for touching the ark “I have not come to destroy the law” - Matthew 5:17 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A17&version=NRSV) The Beatitudes (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A1-12&version=NRSV) “Be salt and light” - Matthew 5:13-16 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A13-16&version=NRSV) “Love your enemies” - Matthew 5:44 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+5%3A44&version=NRSV) “I will spit you out of my mouth” - Revelation 3:16 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Rev+3%3A16&version=NRSV) “Religion that is pure and undefiled” - James 1:27-2:2 (https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=%2A+James+1%3A27-2%3A2&version=NRSV) Film: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (https://www.amazon.com/Attack-Killer-Tomatoes-Cindy-Charles/dp/B00YORDKP2)

Trinity Forum Conversations
Invitation to Solitude and Silence with Ruth Haley Barton

Trinity Forum Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 50:56


On March 19, 2021 we were delighted to host Christian author, leader, and teacher, Ruth Haley Barton. Barton is founding President/CEO of the Transforming Center, a ministry dedicated to strengthening the souls of Christian leaders and the congregations and organizations they serve. Ruth is the author of numerous books and resources on the spiritual life, including Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership and Sacred Rhythms. She reflects regularly on spirituality and leadership in her blog, Beyond Words, and on her podcast Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership.We hope you enjoy this conversation around her book, Invitation to Solitude and Silence: Experiencing God's Transforming Presence. Our attention, Barton believes, has become a commodity that we must protect if we are to avoid being swept away by our distracted age. She invites listeners to engage in these ancient biblical practices to find the rest for our souls that Jesus promises. In this Lenten season, we hope this will inspire you to pursue God's transforming presence in new ways and contemplatively sit in solitude and silence with the Author and Perfecter of our faith. Learn more about Ruth Haley Barton. Watch the full Online Conversation and read the transcript from March 19, 2021. Related reading:A Shocking Lack of Solitude, Cherie Harder Authors and books mentioned in the conversation:Blaise PascalJohn MiltonC.S. LewisRichard RohrDallas WillardHenry NouwenShop Class as Soulcraft, by Matthew B. CrawfordRabbi Abraham Joshua HeschelJulian of NorwichInvitation to Solitude and Silence: Experiencing God's Transforming Presence, by Ruth Haley Barton Related Trinity Forum Readings:Confessions | A Trinity Forum Reading by St. Augustine, introduced by James K.A. Smith.Pilgrim at Tinker Creek | A Trinity Forum Reading by Annie Dillard, introduced by Tish Harrison Warren.Devotions | A Trinity Forum Reading by John Donne, introduced and paraphrased by Philip Yancey.The Long Loneliness | A Trinity Forum Reading by Dorothy Day, introduced by Anne and David Brooks.Wrestling with God | A Trinity Forum Reading by Simone Weil, introduced by Alonzo McDonald.The Pilgrim's Progress | A Trinity Forum Reading by John Bunyan, introduced by Alonzo McDonald. Special thanks to Ned Bustard for the artwork and Andrew Peterson for the music.