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Pastor Rod, Pastor Eric, and Pastor Mark chat about the history of belonging/membership at the Village Church in Tucson.Support the show
Ashley Cousineau sat down to talk with Ashton Cepin about growing up in a community house, being a pastor's daughter, her art, and being a librarian.Support the show
Pastor Mark interviews Pastor Eric and Pastor Rod about the beginnings of the Village.  This is an extra long episode for Healing the City, but we thought it was worth the extra time.Support the show
Pastor Susan, Pastor Eric, and Pastor Mark discuss the Village Pilgrim Groups.  What are they?  How do you join?  What is expected? -Scripture-Prayer-HotSeatSupport the show
Eric and Mark discuss membership (Belonging) at the Village. - What is it?  How do you become a member?  What is expected?  They also chat about the exciting addition of Michael Cousineau as an Elder/Pastor, and Susan Cepin's ordination as a recognition of her shepherding work among us for 21 years.BelongingSupport the show
Links to ResourcesEntropy Model of UncertaintyDr. Larry CrabbInterview with Dr. HanscomUnlearn Your PainSupport the show
Pastor Eric offers a few thoughts on how we might engage one another in difficult situations.Support the show
Michael Cousineau talks about the process of becoming an Elder-Pastor at the Village Church.  Support the show
Eric reflects on Psalm 1.  Support the show
Community as a Crime Scene

Community as a Crime Scene

2017-11-0701:05:52

Unity with God's people is a gift from God and only possible through fellowship with Him. Gratitude for this gift means accepting the reality of the community He provides rather than some envisioned ideal. Christians communities are established on grace; nice/beautiful things don't need grace, ugly things do. Relationships in a Christian community are mediated by Jesus. We don't serve each other directly, we serve Him. He suffers with us when we suffer at the hands of our community.
Ron Brown offers a summary of Daniel Quinn's novel: Ishmael.  Ron found this book very helpful when he was seeking truth but not following Jesus.  The writer's allegorical approach to the early parts of the bible helped him realize that the bible was full of wisdom.Support the show
Caleb and Alise sat down with Eric to talk about how they met, fell in love, got married, and  heard God's call to Seminary.Support the show
Ron Brown offers a summary of Daniel Quinn's novel: Ishmael.  Ron found this book very helpful when he was seeking truth but not following Jesus.  The writer's allegorical approach to the early parts of the bible helped him realize that the bible was full of wisdom.Support the show
The Front Porch Prayer (Edited Version) Almighty Father, bless our neighbors. May they know times of peace and prosperity, may they be healthy in body and mind, and may they know joy in their relationships with family and friends. (Jeremiah 29:4-7) Lord Jesus Christ, teach us to love our neighbors. Give us eyes to see them as you see them, hearts to serve them in their need, and courage to offer care and conversation as we are able. (Mark 10:25-37) Holy Spirit, move in the lives of our neighbors. Give them an awareness of their need for you, strengthen them in times of trouble, and speak words of hope to their hearts. (John 16:5-15) Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, we lift up our neighbors to you. Pour out on them your joy and love and hope. Amen.Support the show
Pastor Eric and Pastor Mark sit down to discuss how you might order your life in the kingdom of God.Support the show
Ashley and Ana sit down for a conversation about Ana's faith journey and life story.Support the show
Ron Brown, Eric Cepin, and Michael Cousineau talk about the Soul.  Do we have one!  What does science say?Support the show
Ron Brown, Eric Cepin, and Michael Cousineau talk about the Soul.  Do we have one!  What does science say?Support the show
Hebrews 10:24, 2524 And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, 25 not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.Support the show
Ron, Eric, and Nathan discuss faith and belief.Support the show
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