Attention: Darlene Reflects on 2020 – Episode 19
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Attention: Darlene Reflects on 2020 – Episode 19

A New Year, but we aren’t done talking about the last one. Join Ted and Darlene over the next two weeks as they share some personal reflections on where we have been and difference it makes for our faith relationship. Enjoy.

January 14, 2021January 14, 2021by
Suprised by Jesus Again: A Conversation with Jason Byassee – Episode 18
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Suprised by Jesus Again: A Conversation with Jason Byassee – Episode 18

In today’s episode of Define the Relationship podcast, we have a special guest Jason Byassee, who teaches preaching and biblical interpretation at the Vancouver School of Theology. Jason has recently written a book called Suprised by Jesus Again: Reading the Bible in Communion with the Saints, which is an invitation for Jesus followers to revisit...

November 20, 2020November 20, 2020by
What so Real about Jesus? – Lover – Episode 17
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What so Real about Jesus? – Lover – Episode 17

Our corporate and cell group gatherings are on pause as we contend with a provincial Code Red designation, but we continue our series on What’s so Real about Jesus? – Lover. Join Darlene and Ted as they discuss, the reality of Jesus the lover.

November 11, 2020November 19, 2020by
What’s Real about Jesus? – Revolutionary – Episode 15
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What’s Real about Jesus? – Revolutionary – Episode 15

Its been a while since we last recorded a podcast. We have finished up our conversation with Pete Enns’ book How the Bible Actually Works and we are patiently waiting for the opportunity to interview Pete Enns. (Yes, its going to happen but not until late November.) Moving forward, we are going to switch our...

October 16, 2020October 16, 2020by
Grace and Peace to You: Episode 14
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Grace and Peace to You: Episode 14

“Christians today, living when and where we are, have no choice but to be intentional in following the Bible and the entire history of Christianity in accepting the sacred responsibility to ask how we can talk about God in a way that is both connected to the tradition and meaningful for today. It is most...

September 24, 2020September 24, 2020by
Figuring it Out – Episode 13
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Figuring it Out – Episode 13

“As one of my seminary professors said, “Reading the New Testament is like reading someone else’s mail.” That might be the most valuable thing I ever learned in seminary. And now I pass it on to you, at a far lower cost.” Enns, Peter. How the Bible Actually Works (p. 254) On today’s episode we...

September 17, 2020September 17, 2020by
Treasures Old and New: Episode 11
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Treasures Old and New: Episode 11

“The early followers of Jesus, though they too engaged the tradition creatively, did so for a very different reason—not because of God’s apparent abandonment, but because of God’s unexpected, counterintuitive presence, namely, in Jesus of Nazareth, a crucified Messiah.” Enns, Peter. How the Bible Actually Works This week we are back to Chapters 10 and...

August 20, 2020August 21, 2020by
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