JesusHacked: Storytelling Faith

JesusHacked: Storytelling Faith

Latest Episodes

028 Discerning God’s claim on our lives
October 20, 2017

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...

027 Hearing the call to prevent gun violence
October 04, 2017

  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.

026 When the Standing Committee gets to sit: the bishop’s council of advice
September 19, 2017

  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,

025 What is the council of the diocese and why does it matter?
September 06, 2017

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,

024 Jesus got me, the faith story of Gayle Fisher-Stewart
August 24, 2017

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,

023 How does a downtown church find God’s work beyond their red doors?
August 03, 2017

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.

022 Being Church in a town of 400
July 19, 2017

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,

021 Listening to God, listening to people: the Community of Hope
July 13, 2017

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,

020 Listening for Jesus in angry words and spaces of perfection
July 06, 2017

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 E...

019 Meeting Jesus on a pilgrimage
June 28, 2017

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,