Easter People Podcast

Easter People #9: Disciples on the way

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First things first: we’ve got a guest panelist this time out. We’d like to offer a warm Easter People welcome to Mike Angell, Missioner for Young Adults and Campus Ministry for the Episcopal Church Center, aka the Missionary Society.

Mike joins us for a conversation about the word discipleship: what it means to us and how we’re seeing it reclaimed in all kinds of interesting ways and places.And then we change gears completely and share something surprising about ourselves.

Our links this week include our Green Shoots but begin with the funniest Tumblr we’ve mentioned so far:

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Randall Curtis (@randallcurtis), Jason Evans (@jasonevans), Lisa Kimball (@kimball_lisa), and Kyle Oliver (@kmoliver) are four friends who work for the church but not in a church. They get together a couple times a month to talk about the stuff that matters to them: faith, culture, learning, and service.

6 thoughts on “Easter People #9: Disciples on the way

  1. In the links for this podcast we can play a fun game. “One of these links are not like the other….one of these links are not the same….Which link is very different than the other links”
    1. Tortoises Quoting Seacrest
    2. Brazil offers new handout to the poor: Culture
    3. Pray-As-You-Go
    4. Thinking Faith
    5. Society of St. John the Evangelist
    6. St. Martin of Tours India Ministry
    7. Building Faith

  2. Just subscribed to the podcast, and I so appreciated this episode. I hadn’t even heard it when I wrote my blog post about restructuring for discipleship – so more proof for Lisa’s thesis! Thanks for all you do.

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