The Echo Podcast
Flexibility is a superpower

Flexibility is a superpower

November 23, 2020

When you enter a strange new land (like a Pandemic), you'll need flexibility to survive and thrive. We'll learn from Lewis and Clark, whose plan to canoe to the coast came to a screeching halt when they saw the Rocky Mountains. Paul's missionary journeys had similar redirections. 
Notes: 
Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Unchartered Territory by Tod Bolsinger 
Carey Neiuwhof's talk on flexiblitilty/agility 

Reading Scripture Correctly- What does your “I’m not ashamed” t-shirt mean?

Reading Scripture Correctly- What does your “I’m not ashamed” t-shirt mean?

November 16, 2020

So you're wearing an "I'm not ashamed of the Gospel" (Rom. 1:16) t-shirt. Great. But do you know what it's really about? Hint - it's not about being a loud super-Christian. By hearing a quick overview of Romans and reading the preceding verses, we'll discover a meaning that matches the heart of God. 

Reading Scripture Correctly part 3 - Speaking Prophetically

Reading Scripture Correctly part 3 - Speaking Prophetically

November 9, 2020

What does it mean to speak prophetically? It's way more than predicting the future, and you are supposed to do it. Plus, you'll hear our dramatic reenactment fail and a brief word about politics. 

Reading Scripture Correctly - What does it mean to take the Lord’s name in vain

Reading Scripture Correctly - What does it mean to take the Lord’s name in vain

November 2, 2020

The Bible teaches that taking the Lord's name in vain is much more than uttering a cuss word or saying God's name flippantly. We don't condone those things, but we need to know what this phrase really means. Plus, Taylor shares his most embarrassing, hilarious moment, leaving Brian in horrified disbelief. 

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