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In This episode, Carol Reynolds, Thai Lam, Daniel Grenz, and Sally Goode wrestle with 1 Timothy 2 where Paul exhorts us to pray for our leaders. Sometimes it is easy to pray for those we like, but what do you do and how do you pray when you don't agree with them or don't like them?Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam, Daniel Grenz, Sally Goode, and Carol Reynolds dialog about the fall 2020 season. It has been a unique year with many adjustments and Luke18 has taken a season to seek the Lord and pray for Mercy.Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
In this episode, Carol Reynolds is joined by Vicky Porterfield, from the Collegiate Day of Prayer team in Austin, Texas. Vicky shares her memories of coming to Christ in college during the Jesus Movement. Vicky, a leader in the prayer movement, began with campus ministries in the 1970s, and even still, she is instrumental in shifting the atmosphere of cities, to restrain evil and welcome mercy, with intercession, worship, and prayer.  Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam and Daniel Grenz interview Matt Lockett, author of “Dream King,” from Justice House of Prayer in Washington DC in this second half of a  “Revival is Family” conversation. As college students enter into this unique moment of pandemic and racial divide, Matt, Thai, and Daniel encourage Generation Z, with their unique grace for justice, to build a Biblical foundation, learning from spiritual fathers and mothers, in order to encounter our current world with wisdom and a holy perspective.  Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam and Daniel Grenz interview Matt Lockett, author of “Dream King,” from Justice House of Prayer in Washington DC in this first half of a  “Revival is Family” conversation. As college students enter into this unique moment of pandemic and racial divide, Matt, Thai, and Daniel encourage Generation Z, with their unique grace for justice, to build a Biblical foundation, learning from spiritual fathers and mothers, in order to encounter our current world with wisdom and a holy perspective.  Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Jonathan Tremaine Thomas, founder of the Civil Righteous organization in Ferguson, MO, joins Thai Lam in this episode. Thai and JT discuss the groan of the church in 2020 as “Come, Lord Jesus:” come with justice for the nations, come with racial reconciliation and healing, come and rule in righteousness on the Earth. As students embark on the Fall semester, with COVID-19, George Floyd, and Jacob Blake in the background, JT and Thai share about the acute and ancient pain of being black in America, the systemic injustices, and the burning question for young adults, “Who am I? And how does my moment connect to revival?” Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam and Carol Reynolds host this episode with Gui Fadlalla, the Campus Ministries Director and soccer coach at Kansas Christian College. Thai first met Gui years ago at a campus ministry event at San Jose State, but a divine appointment in January 2020 reunited old friends after fourteen years. Upon reconnecting, Gui shares the lasting impact Thai and campus ministries had on strengthening his faith, redirecting his life’s course, and set him on a path of hunger for family, prayer, and revivalSupport the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Nathan Cole of Chi Alpha Campus Ministries joins Thai Lam to discuss the current uncertain future for college campus ministries in this episode of “Revival is Family Podcast.” As universities adjust schedules and programs in the midst of pandemic, how do campus ministry teams similarly pivot while leaning into prayer and depending on the Father’s heart for what’s next? Join these two national leaders, dialoguing openly on the challenges and exciting opportunity to rely on God’s leadership for creative innovation, pioneering a new type of college ministry for Fall 2020. Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
In this episode, in a continuation of “Why College?”, Thai and Angela Lam--along with Daniel Grenz and Carol Renolds--honestly share the wisdom and direction their younger, college-aged self craved. Beyond choosing a school and major, as college students, the Luke18 family struggled with feeling the pangs of comparison, falling behind or off track, disappointment, pressure to perform on a timeline, and the never-ending stream of distraction. Join the conversation here to glean from Luke18’s years of perspective, mistakes, and the Lord’s refining processConnect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai and Angela Lam, Carol Reynolds, and Daniel Grenz engage in a relevant, round table discussion about why college, particularly in the year 2020. The length and content of one’s college career varies, but God consistently uses these significant, formative years to build healthy patterns, character, maturity, decision-making skills, and identity. Join the Luke18 team as they recall the “roller coaster,” the mistakes, the wrestle, and the victories of choosing and re-choosing to lean into God’s design in the collegiate experience. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam and Corey Russell talk about living in the tension and pain of the current crisis we find ourselves in. They wrestle through the question of how should we respond in times of uncertainty amidst ongoing pandemic and in the pain of systemic racial injustice. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Continuing the conversation about conflict and resolution from last week, Thai, Angela, Daniel Grenz, and Eunice Cho discuss a real-life, in-the-spiritual-family opportunity to grow in communication, love, and grace through conflict. With Jesus at the center of confrontation, Daniel and Eunice experienced a deeper friendship and the excitement of knowing one another better. When conflict happens, who in relationship will be prayerful, courageous, and vulnerable unto a stronger connection in family?Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Today Thai and Angela Lam join Estian and Carol Reynolds on the topic of conflict and resolution in the context of natural and spiritual family relationships. How does a busy, sleep-deprived, hungry, human family that actively pursues Jesus initiate and navigate difficult conversations with love and grace? Join the Luke18 family as we reflect on families of origin, harmful and helpful patterns, and the productive tools to “get to the root” of conflict.  Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
In this podcast, Cindy Dodd and Ed Hackett, current missionaries at IHOPKC, join Thai and share their unique testimony of prayer, a story spanning over 30 years. As students, Cindy and Ed interacted not once with each other, but Cindy continued to pray seemingly weak and fruitless prayers for her campus. Listen to Ed’s response here. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Allen Hood and Thai Lam continue their conversation from last week: they discuss lessons from history on how to best prepare for revival in midst of crisis.Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Allen Hood and Thai Lam discuss the challenges of the current season we find ourselves in both nationally and globally. They take time to talk about what the Lord is saying to them and how they want to respond to the Lord. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Josh McDonald, Eunice Cho and Thai Lam chat with Carol Reynolds on revival. Why do we remember historic revivals? Why do we pray for it? Does God still use revival? Through revival, God catapults the church into new measures of maturity and wholeheartedness. This is why we pray for revival on college campuses. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Josh McDonald, Daniel Grenz and Thai Lam discuss the power of prayer with Carol Reynolds. Seemingly unanswered prayer, however, is a challenge for every believer. Does prayer matter? Join the conversation as they sift through the difficulties, joys, and true aim of prayer: a deeper relationship with God the Father. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Thai Lam and Daniel Grenz chat with Carol Renyolds about unity as a precursor to true revival. Referencing Acts 1 and 2, Matthew 18, and Hebrews 10, Thai, Daniel, and Carol share on committing to family, pursuing relationship, and pursuing reconciliation to perfect the family into a collective, cherished bride for Jesus Christ. Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
Welcome to our first episode of the Revival is Family Podcast, where we discuss what God is doing on college campuses and the need for prayer, family and revival. Carol Reynolds interviews Thai Lam and asks the big questions: why are we doing this podcast and what we hope to discuss in the future.Connect with us on social media at @revivalisfamily!Support the show (https://pushpay.com/g/ihopkc?f%5B0%5D=luke%2018%20project&src=hpp)
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Podcast Details

Created by
Luke18 Project
Podcast Status
Active
Started
May 30th, 2020
Latest Episode
Oct 21st, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
20
Avg. Episode Length
25 minutes
Explicit
No
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