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The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church in Nolensville, Tennessee. Our vision is to be a neighborhood church where people experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus in a welcoming church family.With this podcast, we want to explore subjects of faith to help you think critically, and hopefully to see how God is working in our world and in your life.
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In the final episode of the Lent study, Mary Beth Hagan discusses the final chapter of The Walk with the author himself, Adam Hamilton.  Adam Hamilton leads the largest United Methodist congregation in the U.S., Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas.  They discuss how the last seven statements spoken by Jesus from the cross exemplify the five practices of worship and prayer, study of Scripture, service to others, giving, and sharing faith.  More importantly, they discuss how through the examples of Jesus, we can live a life more wholeheartedly and connected with God and each other.Editing by Amanda Jones.  Connect with us on Instagram @redsteeplepod1894 or email us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
In this episode Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks explore the fifth chapter of the book, The Walk by Adam Hamilton.   They discuss how sharing our faith with others is a practice that helps us better understand our faith and each other.Ginger Milne contributes with a personal story about the impact of sharing her faith with a co-worker.   We encourage you to be open and present with others and look for authentic ways to share your faith. Communicate with us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com.
In this episode Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks explore the fourth chapter of the book, The Walk by Adam Hamilton.   They discuss how practicing giving and generosity can increase our faith and move us to live more wholly as Jesus taught. Malachi 3:8-10, not Micah!Poor widow - Mark 12:41-44Nicodemus - John 3Elmer and Anna Hill share at the end of the episode how giving in their community has impacted their faith life.We encourage you to practice generosity to see how it will make you feel more whole-hearted.  Communicate with us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com.
In this episode Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks explore the third chapter of the book, The Walk by Adam Hamilton.   They discuss how acts of kindness can serve others both communally and individually so that we live more like Jesus taught.  Jennifer Powell ends the episode by sharing examples from the Love Like Lily Challenge that happens every February.Consider ways to be present each day so you can offer kindness to people who you encounter.  Communicate with us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com.
The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church.  This week Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss the second chapter of Adam Hamilton's book The Walk about the spiritual discipline of study.  Study can be in the world around us, in the people around us, and in Scripture.  We discuss ways to start a practice of reading scripture.1 John  4:1John 1:1, 14Rev. Jeff Campbell shares his insight into this spiritual practice.Editing credit to Amanda Jones.Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
The book The Walk by Adam Hamilton reviews five spiritual practices that will lead a person to a closer understanding of God and deepen faith.  Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss the first chapter of The Walk as part of this Lenten study.Triune God created community:  Genesis 1:26Special thanks to Caleb H. for sharing his insight on this first chapter and to Amanda Jones, editor of The Red Steeple podcast.  Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
This week's episode wraps up our study of Adam Hamilton's book, Faithful - Christmas through the eyes of Joseph.  Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks discuss the last chapter and "the rest of the story."  What can we learn about how to deal with persons of other faith traditions and cultures?  The Wise Men - Matthew 2:1-12That Sounds Fun with guest Amy Grant - 2020 Christmas Party Episode 8Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
Join us for Week 4 - the Journey to Bethlehem in our study of Adam Hamilton's book, Faithful - Christmas through the eyes of Joseph.  Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks discuss the chapter and lessons that we can learn from Joseph's response to difficult journeys. Luke 2:1-7Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com 
Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss the third chapter of Adam Hamilton's Advent study, "Faithful:  Christmas through the eyes of Joseph" -- Chapter 2 - Raising a Child Not Your Own.  Matthew 1:18-25We discuss how Joseph reacted when God asked him to do the hard thing.  What can we learn from how Joseph responded with yes when God asked him to participate in His story?Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss the second chapter of Adam Hamilton's Advent study, "Faithful:  Christmas through the eyes of Joseph" -- Chapter 2 - Whose Child is This? Matthew 1:18-19Consider Joseph's initial reaction to Mary's news that she was pregnant -- before he learned from the dream that this was the Savior.  What can we learn from how Joseph responded to this news that may have been heartbreaking and disappointing?Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss the first chapter of Adam Hamilton's Advent study, "Faithful:  Christmas through the eyes of Joseph" -- Chapter 1 - A Carpenter Named Joseph.  Matthew 13:54-56Consider ways that Joseph's trade may have influenced him as a father.Contact us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
In this episode Mary Beth Hagan talks with Rachel Hester, the executive director of Room in the Inn.  Rachel updates us on how RITI has evolved and shifted to continue in ministry during the pandemic.  She explains ways that they see God working through the hard times.  Learn more about Room in the Inn.Be on the lookout for information about the Stuff the Bus project this holiday season.
In the last episode of a four-part series on Grace, Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss sanctifying grace - the lifelong experience of God's love that moves us towards a more holy life.John 17:15-19 Jesus' words about sanctification1 Corinthians 3:2 Spiritual milk until matureMatthew 7:7 Seek and you will findAt the end, Jimmy Stitt shares his recent experience of sanctifying grace.Read more:  Celebration of Discipline by Richard J. FosterEmail us at redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
The idea of justifying grace, or the conversion, is a core idea in Christianity.  In this episode, Mary Beth Hagan and Pastor Jimmy Hendricks talk about what justifying grace means and how they experience Jesus in their lives.  Stay tuned until the end when Tim Smallwood shares his moment of experiencing justifying grace and Chris Phillips sings a beautiful a cappella version of Amazing Grace.Contact us redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
In this episode we discuss the concept of prevenient grace -- the grace that comes before we are aware of who God is.  Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss what this means to each of them.  Pastor De Hennessey, UMC retired pastor at Cedar Grove United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, gives his personal experience with experiencing God's grace before he understood what that meant for his life.Send show ideas to redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com 
We have heard the word Grace so many times if you attend worship services or talk to other Christians.  But do we stop to think what it means for our everyday lives?  This episode is an introduction to Grace as part of a four-part series.  Pastor Jimmy Hendricks and Mary Beth Hagan discuss grace and how it impacts our everyday lives.  Ginger Milne shares of a time when she felt God's grace through a conversation with a friend.  Send feedback to redsteeplepodcast@gmail.com
The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church.  In this episode, Mary Beth Hagan talks with Christina Clark, children's director at NFUMC, about how she talks with her children about faith and ways the children teach adults to see God.  A very special prayer at the end from Jacob W.  Editing and producing by Amanda Jones.  Faith like a child versesVBS at NFUMC
The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church in Nolensville, Tennessee.  In this episode, Mary Beth Hagan and Jennifer Powell talk about how faith in God can lift a person in the middle of grief and loss.  During this episode, they talk about Jennifer's story of walking through unimaginable grief after the loss of her beautiful daughter Lily Kate Powell and how she continues to find joy in life.  At the end listen to Lily Kate's precious rendition of "Amazing Grace" during her piano recital.  Edited and produced by Amanda Jones."Why?" by Adam Hamilton"Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy" by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam GrantLuke 13:1-5
The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church in Nolensville, Tennessee.  In this episode, Mary Beth Hagan and Zannie Martin talk about the fruit of the Spirit and why they matter in our lives.  Stay tuned through the end for the cutest rendition of the "Fruit of the Spirit" song by Brady C. and Caroline C.  Edited and produced by Amanda Jones.Read about the Fruit of the Spirit.Proverbs 1:31Proverbs 11:25
The Red Steeple podcast is a production of Nolensville First United Methodist Church in Nolensville, Tennessee.  In this episode, Mary Beth Hagan and Jeff Mucci talk about the role the Bible plays in each of their lives.  Contributions from Laurie Bostelman and Preston M. sharing their favorite Bible verses.  Edited and produced by Amanda Jones.Elijah and God's whisper in the windA Complicated Heart by Sarah MaeMartin Luther quote
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