ChurchPulse Weekly Live- March 23, 2020

Podcast

Rick Warren

Rick Warren joins Carey Nieuwhof to discuss what’s next for him as he steps down from leading Saddleback, resisting the temptation of polarization as a leader and his response to the latest Barna data on missions. 

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Bonus Episode: Carey Nieuwhof & David Kinnaman

Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman discuss a brand new statistic revealing that 38% of pastors have seriously considered quitting full time ministry in the last 12 months. Their conversation offers insights into the significance of this finding and practical ways to encourage pastors to persevere.

Aaron & Michelle Reyes

Aaron & Michelle Reyes sit down with Carey Nieuwhof to talk about making space for difficult conversations as church planters of a multiethnic church. Together, they discuss how they navigate racial and political differences within their congregation, what they have done to meet their community’s needs and future innovations they dream about for their physical gathering space.
To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Benjamin Windle & Jay Kim

Jay Kim (author of Analog Church) and Ben Windle (Australian pastor, author and Barna contributor) sit down with Carey Nieuwhof to discuss making space for community in the digital era. They discuss what you can’t get from an online church, the importance of building “lingering spaces” into your church buildings and opportunities to reimagine digital discipleship.
To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Jo Saxton

Jo Saxton (author, speaker and entrepreneurial coach) joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about making space for meaningful relationships in a digital age. She shares how the pandemic has shaped her personal relationships, the possibilities and limitations of digital discipleship and the unique impact the pandemic has had on women.

To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Skye Jethani & Kimberly Deckel

Skye Jethani (author, ordained minister and co-host of the Holy Post podcast) and Rev. Kimberly Deckel (Anglican priest and executive pastor at Church of the Cross in Austin, TX) sit down with David Kinnaman to talk about the theology of physical space. Together, they offer ideas to make worship an embodied practice, find a liturgy that reflects the values of your gatherings and innovate new focal points in your church services.
To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Derwin Gray

Derwin Gray (Pastor of Transformation Church) joins Carey Nieuwhof to talk about making space for prayer. He shares how the Lord’s prayer, in particular, has radically reshaped how he thinks about intimacy with the Father and why he believes physical space is needed to connect us with a larger narrative.
To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Carey Nieuwhof

Carey Nieuwhof is in the guest seat today as David Kinnaman flips the mic on him to talk about making space for rest and healthy rhythms for leaders. Carey talks about designing physical spaces for productivity, managing your energy to avoid burnout and fostering relationships after years in ministry.

To get a FREE copy of Carey’s new book, At Your Best, for Pastor Appreciation Month this October, visit Aspengroup.com/churchpulse today!

Jim Sheppard & Julie Bullock

Jim Sheppard (Generis CEO) and Julie Bullock (Senior Generosity Strategist at Generis) join Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about generosity. They explore common barriers to giving, the root struggles pastors face around money and how to disciple your church towards generosity.

Rachel Cruze

Rachel Cruze (national best-selling author and financial expert at Ramsey Solutions) sits down with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to discuss financial flourishing. Together, they talk about mistakes every generation makes around debt, practical ways for pastors to speak with Gen Z and Millennials about giving and how pastors can deal with financial pressures in their own lives.

Dr. Stephanie Shackelford

Dr. Stephanie Shackelford (senior Barna fellow and author) joins David Kinnaman to talk about vocational discipleship within the Church. Drawing from recent Barna research, she debunks the common myths Christians believe about finding happiness and explains why the conversation on vocation matters for both younger and older generations.

John Mark Comer (Part 2)

John Mark Comer returns to talk with David Kinnaman about the opportunities and challenges the Church is facing in the current cultural moment. In particular, he discusses a new form of church membership, dealing with people leaving the church and trends in prayer practices emerging from the pandemic. Part 2 of 2.

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