Love Thy Neighborhood

A weekly Religion and Spirituality podcast
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The LTN Podcast returns this summer! We are excited to bring you new content, now available bi-weekly! You can expect brand new episodes in the LTN style that you know and love, plus updates on past stories. And we might throw in a few random, freeform experiments… You never know. Subscribe and stay tuned so you can join our corner of the urban universe every other week.
Christians say that eventually people of every ethnicity will worship God together, but what happens when we try to form that unity now? We return to the story that launched this podcast and pick up where we left off. Sojourn Church Midtown experiences both loss and joy while continuing their vision to become a multi-ethnic church. Featuring Dr. Jamaal Williams.
Christians say you can’t love both God and money, but what happens when the line between the two gets blurry? Stories about when Christianity and consumerism start to look the same. This episode is in partnership with The Holy Post. Featuring Julie Roys (The Roys Report) and J.R. Briggs (Kairos Partnerships). Co-hosted by Skye Jethani.
Christians believe God doesn’t make mistakes, but what happens when your gender doesn’t seem to match your biological sex? Stories of Christians fighting the battle of body versus brain. Featuring Mark Yarhouse (Understanding Gender Dysphoria).
Christians believe God made women, but what happens when that identity gets twisted by both the church and the culture? A single mom, a pastor’s wife and a feminist all wrestle with what it means to be a woman. This episode is produced in partnership with The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. Featuring Wendy Alsup (Is the Bible Good for Women?), Lisa Bevere (Godmothers), and Courtney Reissig (The Accidental Feminist). Co-hosted by Jamie Ivey.
Christians believe God made men, but what happens when that identity gets twisted by both the church and the culture? A dad, an MMA fighter and even our own podcast host must confront what it takes to be a man. Featuring Aaron Renn (The Masculinist). Co-Hosted by Leandro Lozada.
Christians say we should submit to the authorities, but what happens when some authorities use their power to abuse people? In this special episode, we visit the protests in person and hear from Christians on all sides - police officers, protestors and pastors - about the often complicated relationship between cops and the black community. Featuring Aaron Griffith (God's Law and Order).
Christians say we should never forget the truth, but how do we do that when our mind breaks down? Stories of the devastating effects of dementia and reaching for a hope that outlives this life. Featuring Dr. Benjamin Mast (Second Forgetting).
Christians say we should grow in maturity, but today’s generation seems to take forever just to reach basic adult milestones. Are they immature, or have they inherited a path filled with dangers the rest of us never had to conquer? Stories from the strange and changing journey to adulthood. Featuring Steve Argue (Fuller Youth Institute) and Paul Angone (All Groan Up).
Christians say we want the whole world to know Jesus personally, but what happens when an entire generation has a problem with sharing their faith? An alarming statistic takes us on a journey to dissect evangelism. Featuring Larry McCrary (The Upstream Collective) and Jeff Rogers (G.O. Ministries).
Christians say God is making a new earth, but what does that mean for how we treat the current one? Stories of Christians caught in the battle between science and faith. Featuring contributions from atmospheric scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe (PBS’ Global Weirding), theologian Dr. Steve Bouma-Prediger (Hope College) and biologist Dr. Dale Gentry (Disciple Science).
Love Thy Neighborhood is back! Join us as we explore more stories from our cultural moment and ask, "How can we best love God and people?" Episodes start streaming on October 20th.
How has the pandemic impacted people’s mental health? In this series, producer Rachel Szabo revisits several topics we’ve covered before to get an up-to-date picture on how the current crisis has shaped us over the past two months. Join Jesse, Rachel and psychiatrist Dr. Brian Briscoe as they discuss COVID-19 and mental health. Music from Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions. Theme music from Murphy D.X.
How has the pandemic impacted abortion? In this series, producer Rachel Szabo revisits several topics we’ve covered before to get an up-to-date picture on how the current crisis has shaped us over the past two months. Join Jesse, Rachel and BSideU For Life Executive Director Monica Henderson as they discuss COVID-19 and abortion. Music from Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions. Theme music from Murphy D.X.
How has the pandemic impacted the use of pornography? In this series, producer Rachel Szabo revisits several topics we’ve covered before to get an up-to-date picture on how the current crisis has shaped us over the past two months. Join Jesse, Rachel and recovering sex addict Nate Larkin as they discuss COVID-19 and pornography. Music from Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions. Theme music from Murphy D.X.
How has the pandemic impacted social justice? In this series, producer Rachel Szabo revisits several topics we’ve covered before to get an up-to-date picture on how the current crisis has shaped us over the past two months. Join Jesse, Rachel and pastor, author and speaker Skye Jethani as they discuss COVID-19 and social justice. Music from Lee Rosevere, Podington Bear and Blue Dot Sessions. Theme music from Murphy D.X.
Stuck at home? Check out Season 3 of The EnneaCast! Knowing your Enneagram Type is only half of the equation. In the Season 3 premiere, hosts Jesse Eubanks and Sam Stevenson discuss why understanding your life story is essential to understanding your Enneagram. They each share specific memories from childhood (awkward middle school years rejoice!) as they walk through how to map your life story. Finally, they combine their knowledge against the internet in a round of Enneagram Catchphrase. Learn more about the mapping process at www.mappingyourstory.com.
Did you know LTN offers podcasting internships? Join Jesse and Rachel in producing the show, all while living the LTN lifestyle! Opportunities in editing, journalism or marketing. Learn more at www.lovethyneighborhood.org/podcasting.
Did you know Love Thy Neighborhood is more than a podcast? Rachel Szabo joins Executive Director Jesse Eubanks to talk about the past, present and future of LTN. They discuss how LTN guides young adults through the challenges of emerging adulthood, the real world impact young adults made over the last year, and how podcast listeners can get more involved.
Christians say our true citizenship is in heaven, but what happens when our earthly and heavenly citizenship conflict? Stories of people stepping outside their political boxes.
Christians say we were made for community, but what happens when pixels replace people? Stories of how social media has changed us and the radical steps some have taken to get their life back from their screens. This episode is in partnership with The Holy Post podcast.
Christians say God’s justice is perfect, but what happens when human justice gets it wrong? Stories of a lawyer, an artist and a seminary professor seeking justice reform.
We're doing an episode on how social media impacts relationships, and we need your stories! Here's how you can help. Deadline is December 6th.
He was born in Jim Crow America. He was tortured in jail. He had a third-grade education. Yet he changed the face of urban missions. The unbelievable story of Dr. John M. Perkins.
Christians say Jesus has conquered death, but what happens when loved ones still die? Dealing with the tension between loss, grief and hope.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Love Thy Neighborhood
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 3rd, 2017
Latest Episode
May 5th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
63
Avg. Episode Length
35 minutes
Explicit
No
Language
English

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