Change: Angela Proffitt on Entrepreneurship, Grief, and How Knowing People Leads to Happiness and Business Growth

Angela Proffitt shares about her entrepreneurship journey, her grief after a recent loss of a friend and client, and how knowing people deeply brings happiness and business growth. Celebrity Wedding & Event Planner | Podcast Host | Time Management Consultant | Speaker | Author Angela Proffitt, Founder of GSD Creative, is a productivity expert, podcast host, celebrity wedding & event planner, speaker and author that travels the world, helping CEO’s, executives, entrepreneurs, and solopreneurs grow their company brand.
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Change: Lori Adams-Brown on Navigating Change with Coping Strategies for Difficult Transitions

Lori Adams-Brown guides us through the challenging yet empowering process of embracing change, exploring the power of self-compassion, and finding ways to stay in control in order to flourish. Lori Adams-Brown is a third culture kid and experienced change manager who has learned to cope with change through self-compassion, focusing on what she can control, staying flexible and adaptable, and practicing self-care.
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S2:E11 Theology & Mental Health

What does it look like to integrate our emotional and mental health with our faith? We’ve likely all experienced, or ourselves said some things in this area that are unhelpful and even hurtful.
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S8: E8 “Light As Air” with Jonny Morrison

We are pleased to introduce our guest, Dr. Jonny Morrison, a graduate of Northern Seminary. Dr. Jonny joins the podcast to talk about his new book, “Light as Air.” Jonny Morrison is a church planter, pastor, and writer known for his integration of creativity, spirituality, and culture.
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Ep 165: Justin Rosolino

Justin Rosolino is the Co Ordinator for the Magnolia Foundation, a non profit arm of the home decor juggernaut founded by Chip and Joanna Gaines.  Justin is a guitarist, classicist and former educator which explains why he now works in addressing systemic poverty in Waco, Texas.
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S2:E10 Theology & Human Sexuality

On this episode we begin to unpack what we mean by the term human sexuality, what desire is from a theological point of view, and how we can practice solidarity with those who identify, live, or think differently than us.
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S8: E7 Subversive Apocalyptic

Fitch is tired of people accusing him of a third way that is laissez faire and avoidant. Introducing “subversive apocalyptic.” How does this approach to culture determine how we engage questions around issues like human sexuality and power?
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Best of 2022: Martine Kalaw on Black History, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Being a Stateless Immigrant, and How to Build Bridges of Belonging in Corporate Organizations

Martine Kalaw’s compelling mission is to empower Human Resources professionals to make Diversity, Equity and Inclusion accessible in the workplace, but her journey as a stateless and undocumented survivor reveals the irony of empowering managers to support marginalized communities while also risking Tokenism.
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Ep 163: Mike Cosper

Mike Cosper is a musician, pastor, creative and podcaster, most recently known for the juggernaut podcast The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill. Mike serves as a Senior Director at Christianity Today and recently hosted two beautiful interviews with Bono and Bill Mallonee.
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S8: E6 Communal Narcissism

Note: there is an echo for the first 25 seconds of the podcast! We are back for 2023 and broadcasting from la la land. On this episode Moore and Fitch talk about what happens when a community turns inward and self-protected–the symptoms of what Fitch calls “communal narcissism.”
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Ep 162: Tara Beth Leach

 Tara Beth Leach is a pastor, preacher and author. She brings a rare combination of candor, thoughtfulness, depth and succinctness. Tara Beth talks us through grieving as a leader, unique challenges of being a female pastor, the life of an Enneagram 6 and more.
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S2:E9 Theology & Peacebuilding

On this episode we talk about how violence and injustice affect our humanity, and about the possibility and practice of peacebuilding and reconciliation. Jeff and Emily are joined by Nina Balmaceda and Michael Battle.
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S8:E6 Communal Narcissism

Note: there is an echo for the first 25 seconds of the podcast! We are back for 2023 and broadcasting from la la land. On this episode Moore and Fitch talk about what happens when a community turns inward and self-protected–the symptoms of what Fitch calls “communal narcissism.”
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Episode 28: Behind the Mic

The Everyday Mission Podcast is officially one year old as we launched our first episode in January of 2022. As we move into our second year, we thought it would be fun to begin by giving you a look behind the mic at the two people who make this podcast happen.
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S2: E8 Theology & Human Migration

Migration is a reality of humanity and Scripture. Listen as Jeff and Emily discuss human migration in history, our current context, and what we learn about God, humanity, and migration in Scripture with Biblical scholar Daniel Carroll and professor of Chicana/o Studies Robert Chao Romero.
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Episode 27: Getting to Know the Real Jesus (Part 2)

As promised, here is part 2 of Gina’s compelling conversation with Bob Rognlein. Bob is the chairman of the board of 3DM North America. He’s also an author, teacher, and archaeological guide with over 30 years of experience leading groups on archaeological and spiritual journeys in the Middle East.
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S2:E7 Theology & Human Enhancement

Is a cyborg a human being? How might technological enhancement or therapy help us more fully participate in being human? In this episode we talk with theologian Victoria Lorrimar and neuroengineer Chris Rozell about artificial intelligence, human enhancement, and the questions this raises for us as human beings.
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Restore: Bette Dickinson on Making Room for Advent, the Boldness of Mary’s Magnificat, and the Embodied Nature of a Right Brain-Left Brain Approach to the Christmas Story with Words and Art

Merry Christmas to all who celebrate! ********* Become a patron of this podcast, and enjoy free merch. Join other patrons of this podcast at Patreon. ********** Bette Dickinson is a prophetic artist, writer, and speaker who invites audiences to connect with God through visual parables of the spiritual journey in her ministry Awakening the Soul.
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Episode 26: Getting to Know the Real Jesus (Part 1)

What does archaeology have to do with discipleship? And even more, what does archaeology have to do with the everyday mission that everyday people are called to by Christ? Gina’s guest believes that archaeology not only reveals more about the time in which Jesus lived, but it reveals more about the way Jesus lived – which is the way that all Christ-followers are to imitate.
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S2:E6 Theology & Technology

We’re on our phones and laptops constantly, and we talk about how technology is all around us–but what is it? Is it about our devices or something deeper? On this episode Jeff and Emily talk to sociologist Felicia Wu Song and theologian David Gill about technology, and how it shapes what it means to be a human being in the world–especially as we relate to others.
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S2:E5 Theology & Community

What do we learn about being human by listening to those who are suffering or experiencing structural injustice in society? How do we live together with those who are different than us?
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Episode 24: 3DM Discipleship School – An Inside Look

On this episode, Gina is joined by Marika Springer and Brittany Bowers who are two of the women who are students in our 3DM Discipleship School. Both have committed to taking ten months out of their lives to press into discipleship and mission, and both have given up a lot to do it – jobs, family, friends, and one even sold her home!
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S2:E4 Theology & Work

What is the place of work in our lives? How does work shape our worship and vice versa? What does the way we work say now about what we think it means to be a human being?
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Episode 7 – Tyler Kleeberger

Rowland Smith and Rich Robinson have a conversation with rural pastor, author, and eco-theologist Tyler Kleeberger about the church’s role in curating an awareness of creation, community, food, and sustainability. Tyler is a rural practitioner, leading his community in practices that grow, produce, and utilize resources from their own farm.
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Episode 156 — Jay Kim

**For journals, online community or to inquire about Steve serving your organization, visit www.capablelife.me**   This week Steve chats with Jay Kim, a thoughtful and wise young pastor who chats through analog Christianity, challenges of transition in leadership and minority culture.
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