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Following Jesus, sharing our stories.

Following Jesus, sharing our stories.
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Following Jesus, sharing our stories.

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Episodes

105 – Baptism is not a one-time event

10/17/2018
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Willow’s story of coming out as trans, to her faith community and pastor, and their walk together. And how baptism represents the dying of the old life and coming to the new. Dan Handschy: As we’re talking this season about the theme of baptism and baptismal identity, speaking to Willow just seemed like a good … Continue reading 105 – Baptism is not a one-time event →

Duration:00:21:17

104-Baptism calls every Christian to the margins

8/27/2018
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In episode 104, we continue our two-part series with a lay and clergy person called in discernment to an Anglican religious order. Today host Barbi Click speaks with the Rev. Maria Evans, MD. She’s currently the interim assistant priest at two parishes in the St. Louis area for a few more months, before her ministry of interim … Continue reading 104-Baptism calls every Christian to the margins →

Duration:00:22:23

103 Hearing God’s call–but not to ordination

8/16/2018
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In episode 103, JesusHacked podcast continues our focus on baptism, and discerning a deeper call to ministry, but not necessarily to ordination. It’s the first of two conversations with a novitiate and a companion in an Anglican religious order, one lay person, and one person who went on to becpme ordained a priest. In this … Continue reading 103 Hearing God’s call–but not to ordination →

Duration:00:23:06

102 Baptism: Getting Personal

8/6/2018
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What happens at our baptism? What it was like for the ancient Christians? How can we, today, understand our worship through the lens of baptism–and does it make a difference? It’s a topsy-turvy JesusHacked podcast where producer Beth Felice interviews podcast host (current head of the bishop’s appointed task force on baptism) the Rev. Dan … Continue reading 102 Baptism: Getting Personal →

Duration:00:28:36

101 Beginning Season Two with a focus on Baptism

8/1/2018
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Welcome to our second season of JesusHacked podcast. We’ve a special focus on Baptism this season, and what better way to start out than a conversation with Bishop Wayne Smith and podcast host Dan Handschy. Dan’s also the bishop’s appointed lead on a task force looking at how we can strengthen the rite of baptism … Continue reading 101 Beginning Season Two with a focus on Baptism →

Duration:00:37:46

033 Midwifery with the Yazidi

1/31/2018
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Our guest is Jane Drichta, co founder of the Global Motherhood Initiative. She’s a midwife and public health advocate who has recently been working with Yazidi women and has developed a woman-centered model for traumatized populations, including the Yazidi, as they face pregnancy and delivery in difficult areas such as refugee camps and in war … Continue reading 033 Midwifery with the Yazidi →

Duration:00:26:14

032 Becoming Beloved Community: the labyrinth

1/25/2018
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In this special episode we hear the second part of the Rev. Charles Wynder, Jr. conversation with the annual gathering of the diocese at convention. He breaks down the labyrinth image, and it’s four quadrants as they relate to Becoming Beloved Community, the Episcopal CHurch’s long term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. … Continue reading 032 Becoming Beloved Community: the labyrinth →

Duration:00:24:06

031 Becoming Beloved Community: the context

1/25/2018
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In this special episode we hear from the Rev. Charles Wynder, Jr. He’s the presiding bishop’s Staff Officer for Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement.This past November he spoke to the annual gathering of the diocese at convention on Becoming Beloved Community, the Episcopal Church’s long term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice. The first … Continue reading 031 Becoming Beloved Community: the context →

Duration:00:18:36

030 Journey: one church’s conversation about full LGBT inclusion

11/30/2017
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This episode comes from Christ Church in Cape Girardeau and members Stephanie Miller, Chris Masters, and James Boyer talk with host Harry Leip about how their church began and continues the conversation on embracing its LGBT members, what it looks and feels like, and how the church can be a safe and welcoming space. … Continue reading 030 Journey: one church’s conversation about full LGBT inclusion →

Duration:00:30:27

029 From felt church mice to ministry

11/21/2017
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Calvary Church in Columbia has a light hearted ministry that raises thousands each year for the community –for food pantries, gardens, social justice organizations and some church outreach ministry. And it’s all built around hand-made felt church mice, YES! MICE! Calvary members Kay Glass and Sharon Sessions talk with Deacon Harry Leip about the history … Continue reading 029 From felt church mice to ministry →

Duration:00:24:19

028 Discerning God’s claim on our lives

10/19/2017
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This episode unpacks that dense term “discernment” and helps us imagine how a person, how a community hears God’s call to deeper ministry or to ordination. Our guest is Mike Angell, rector of Holy Communion Episcopal Church in University City and chair of the Commission on Ministry, tasked with helping Christians in that discernment journey. … Continue reading 028 Discerning God’s claim on our lives →

Duration:00:27:39

027 Hearing the call to prevent gun violence

10/4/2017
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For this episode we traveled south to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to Christ Episcopal Church and spoke with member Brenda Phillips, who shares her story on becoming involved in gun violence prevention ministry with host Deacon Harry Leip. Participating in an annual pilgrimage around the places in town where violence had occurred, praying, leaving crosses, … Continue reading 027 Hearing the call to prevent gun violence →

Duration:00:20:18

026 When the Standing Committee gets to sit: the bishop’s council of advice

9/19/2017
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In today’s conversation host Shug Goodlow and guest Dr. Adam Pearson, from Holy Communion Church, talk a bit about one of the governing bodies of the diocese, called the Standing Committee. They both serve on it currently, and talk about its purpose and work, how that work affects the health of the church, and … Continue reading 026 When the Standing Committee gets to sit: the bishop’s council of advice →

Duration:00:18:57

025 What is the council of the diocese and why does it matter?

9/6/2017
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Time for some insider baseball on this episode of JesusHacked. Guest Al Ludwig from Emmanuel Church and host Barbi Click both serve on Diocesan Council. They talk about what council does, who would be well suited to this work, and how being a member has influenced their day to day life. Al is also on … Continue reading 025 What is the council of the diocese and why does it matter? →

Duration:00:30:49

024 Jesus got me, the faith story of Gayle Fisher-Stewart

8/24/2017
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This episode, Jesus Got Me, shares the faith story of the Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart. Host Debbie Nelson Linck caught up with Dr. Fisher Stewart when she was a presenter the Advocacy Institute of the Center for Social Empowerment in Ferguson, on the anniversary of the shooting death of Mike Brown. After retiring from the Washington … Continue reading 024 Jesus got me, the faith story of Gayle Fisher-Stewart →

Duration:00:36:20

023 How does a downtown church find God’s work beyond their red doors?

8/3/2017
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An intentional self-study as a beloved pastor of thirty plus years was retiring, a congregational development course challenged a downtown congregation to discern they wanted to be not only more visible in their community, but more active and engaged. It led them out the front doors, to look up and around at the connections to … Continue reading 023 How does a downtown church find God’s work beyond their red doors? →

Duration:00:27:05

022 Being Church in a town of 400

7/19/2017
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How are we the church in a town of 400? In this podcast episode we talk with Tina Dillon, a member of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Portland, Missouri. What was like to move to a small town, be invited to and welcomed by a church, the difference that has made in her life, and … Continue reading 022 Being Church in a town of 400 →

Duration:00:19:48

021 Listening to God, listening to people: the Community of Hope

7/13/2017
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The Community of Hope is a ministry of presence, a lay chaplaincy, and we’re talking about it today with Mary Ann Cook. The community is steeped in the Rule of St. Benedict and their training, then their practice, focuses on listening to God and listening to people. COH works in hospitals, prisons, retirement homes, and keeping … Continue reading 021 Listening to God, listening to people: the Community of Hope →

Duration:00:19:25

020 Listening for Jesus in angry words and spaces of perfection

7/6/2017
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Today we hear from Kim White, soon to graduate from the Episcopal School for Ministry, about what she’s learned these past three years, how it has informed her worship and given her an insight into the part deep listening plays in our vocation as the Episcopal Church in the world. Transcript Episcopal School for Ministry … Continue reading 020 Listening for Jesus in angry words and spaces of perfection →

Duration:00:15:52

019 Meeting Jesus on a pilgrimage

6/28/2017
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Host Deacon Harry Leip talks with the Rev. Bill Nesbit about his recent, and first, trip to the Holy Land: the history and locations, the stories, and meeting Jesus in the bustle of the city streets. Transcript Grace Episcopal Church, Jefferson City The Good Friday collection, the mission of The Episcopal Church in supporting the ministries … Continue reading 019 Meeting Jesus on a pilgrimage →

Duration:00:23:59