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In this episode, we chat about how the church organizes itself in America and how eerily similar it is to a business. 
In this episode, we chat about relational pain and difficulty and how to move toward relational repair. 
In this episode, we chat with Pastor Sam Allberry about sex, singleness, and same-sex attraction. 
In this episode, we chat about how many of us (and churches) can become theologically rigid and how we can form theological views based on the Word more than celebrity. 
In this episode, we dive into the gray areas of our faith and life in hopes to find some wisdom through it all.
In this episode, we welcome Andrew Ong to discuss his Ph.D on the future of the Chinese-American church and our own collective thoughts of the Asian-American church moving forward. 
In this episode, we chat with Dr. Chuck DeGroat, professor of Counseling and Christian Spirituality at Western Theological Seminary and author of When Narcissism Comes to Church: Healing Your Community From Emotional and Spiritual Abuse, about
We reflect back on our 50th episode and also discuss the state of the Church. 
In this episode, we chat with Jay Kim, the Lead Pastor of WestGate Church and author of Analog Church & Analog Christian, on the relationship between technology and our discipleship. 
In this episode, we chat with Pastor Ray Ortlund who is the founding pastor of Immanuel Nashville, author of several books & commentaries, and has also been in pastoral ministry for almost 50 years. We chat about his thoughts on church, sin, tr
In this episode, we briefly share our thoughts on the recent Supreme Court decision upending Roe v Wade and how to go about leaving and finding a church.
In this episode, we chat about dealing with your past and how our faith intersects. 
In this episode, we try and process the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas as a Christian and also discuss the recent news regarding the Southern Baptist Convention. 
In this episode, we chat with actor Justin Min (Umbrella Academy, After Yang) about his rise to fame in the industry, how his faith and vocation mix together, and his beloved older brother: Jason Min.
In this episode, we finally bring out our disagreements (sorta). 
In this episode, we chat with Aimee Byrd about her most recent book, The Sexual Reformation, and the current state of women and the evangelical church.
In this episode, we chat with Pastor John Onwuchekwa about his new book We Go On, his coffee shop Portrait Coffee, and his thoughts on minority ethnic ministries in a white evangelical church world. 
In this episode, we chat about friendship, how it is forged, and why friends are so important for your soul and the church. 
In this episode, we chat with Pastor Mark Sayers (RED Church of Melbourne, Australia) about the war in Ukraine, discipleship, and even church membership. 
In this episode, we chat with Rebecca McLaughlin (author of The Secular Creed and Confronting Christianity) about how to share our faith in a secular and often contentious age. 
In this episode, we chat about how much white evangelicism has influenced our own ministries and churches, the impact, and a possible future. 
In this episode, we reflect on how COVID has shaped and formed the church two years into the pandemic. 
Happy New Year! In this episode, we chat about theories of change, spiritual formation, and how to strive for transformation over information in our discipleship. 
*We apologize for the sound quality and crying babies in the background!* In this episode, we chat about vocation, work, calling and how it all ties in the with the Gospel. 
In this episode, we chat about how social media shapes the soul and how discipleship and the smartphone can find a way forward. 
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