In this episode, we wrap up the "Death in the family series" by speaking about the new purpose we have because of the Gospel. Far from trying to get us into heaven, we find that Jesus intends to get heaven into us, and indeed, pour it out through us.
"Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, He is risen". The resurrection of Jesus is a promise to all who would follow him, that we are not dealing with an empty ideology or philosophy, but a risen King. In this episode, we consider some of what that might mean for our lives.
In this episode, we discuss the corporate implication of the Gospel. We discuss the power of what the Gospel and how it must necessarily lead us beyond the confines of our own preference and selfishness into the fullness of what it means to be human.
This is the first episode in a #followerpodcast series called "A DEATH IN THE FAMILY AND OTHER GOOD NEWS."
In this episode called "Goodness is Godness", we explore the need for us to embrace the Godness of Jesus if we want to experience the goodness of the Gospel. This pushes against so much of our reltivistic culture, but it remains and essential choice for each of us none the less.
In this episode I speak with Rob Dasilva. Rob is a "market place missionary" with Kryolan KZN in Durban, South Africa.
He believes that as followers of Jesus we should "just get busy with the mission of God" wherever we are. He shares his journey of faith, his personal struggles and what he thinks it means to follow Jesus in the world today.
In this episode I speak with Kashif Masih. We discuss what it what like growing up in Pakistan, his time in the labour camps of the UAE and how God is using him in powerful ways to impact many lives all over the gulf region.
In this episode I speak to Arielle Katombela. I find out about where she came from, where she is going and what she feels it means to follow Jesus in the world today.
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