The Father Never Turned His Back

The Father never turned His back, He never left, or forsook Jesus, He never abandoned, not even for a moment. His love was just as good as it’s always been.

Baby Hitler, Time Travel, and Retributive Justice?

The “kill-baby-Hitler-to-save-humanity” time travel game doesn’t work because retribution is a distortion of justice.

Leaving Jesus

“The Jesus that reigns down pain and disappointment to teach you something about his love, the behavior obsessed Jesus who uses shame to manipulate you into doing what he wants, the abusive Jesus you have been describing to me for more than an hour, I think you should leave him.

How to Read the Bible (Part 2)

Jesus is my lens, my true narrative. His perfect love is my conviction. His goodness is my faith. Every question I have, every relationship or circumstance, every scripture, including the tension Job represents, is measured against the measureless revelation of Jesus.

There is No “Us” and “Them”

Many long to go back to the early days of the church, viewing those first few years as the high-water mark of what a church is meant to be. They weren’t. Not even close!

MIKE POPOVICH / PRAYER & QUANTUM PHYSICS

Mike is a brilliant communicator and pastors Freedom Ministries. In this podcast we talk about prayer and oneness with God and Mike teaches us quantum physics! Mike reveals how scripture and quantum physics are not in conflict with each other

Encountering Humanity on 5th and 2nd

Masks, no masks, a black woman, a middle-aged white woman, a red neck, an old white man, and a black man met up yesterday on the corner of 5th and 2nd to work together for the good of humanity!

Why I Am Not A Universalist

Universalism is The Garden of Eden with one tree. It’s an idea birthed from a punitive, control-based theology. Without Calvinism, we wouldn’t have Universalism.

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Encountering Humanity on 5th and 2nd

Masks, no masks, a black woman, a middle-aged white woman, a red neck, an old white man, and a black man met up yesterday on the corner of 5th and 2nd to work together for the good of humanity!

“The Wages of Sin…” in Context

What if “the wages of sin is death” is announcing the inherent consequences to sinful actions and what they will produce in this life, as opposed to saying if we sin we deserve torment?

God is Good, Not Just Nice

His goodness is rooted in Himself not just in His behavior towards us.

Rose-Colored Glasses

The goodness of God has been offending the sensitivities of man’s understanding since the fall, mine included.

In Defense of Paraphrase Bibles

Your completeness in Christ is not a remote goal but our immediate reference!

Questioning My Answers / A Manifesto for Spiritual Searchers

For a long time, I felt ostracized and insecure when labeled a heretic. Then one day I found encouragement after revisiting the definition of heresy. Simply put, the definition is, “an opinion that is profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted.” I felt that if everybody is saying the same thing then somebody is not thinking. Back then and now, my heart cry to the church I was a part of was, “Let my people think.”

You Are the Coin

Coins bear an image. You carry the image and imprint and poetry and signature of the divine, who has engraved you on the palms of His hands.

Baby Hitler, Time Travel, and Retributive Justice?

The “kill-baby-Hitler-to-save-humanity” time travel game doesn’t work because retribution is a distortion of justice.

Darkness Is Not A Force, It’s The Absence of Light

Your completeness in Christ is not a remote goal but our immediate reference!

Talking Sovereignty and Faith with Randall Worley

I was honored to have a conversation with Randall Worley about the goodness of God, the mystery of faith, the sovereignty of God and navigating the murky waters of offense in these unprecedented times.

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

In this podcast, Katie Skurga talks about discovering our humanity in the image of God, shame and behavior, grace and identity, paradox and spiritual and emotional maturity, freedom, and intrinsic authority.

Eric Johnson / In The Image of God

Eric Johnson / In The Image of God

Eric Johnson, the pastor of Bethel Church in Redding CA, shares generously, humbly, and with great insight on the goodness of God, navigating culture, Jesus and American politics, spiritual maturity, emotional health, and what it means to be alive.

Faith

confidence or trust:
Rose-Colored Glasses

Rose-Colored Glasses

The goodness of God has been offending the sensitivities of man’s understanding since the fall, mine included.

Rethinking God with Tacos Podcast

with Thomas Floyd & Jason Clark
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Randall Worley / Questioning My Answers

Randall Worley / Questioning My Answers

Randall Worley talks about having a “beginner’s mind,” faith while embracing mystery, pioneering and the nature of heresy, the limits of language, approaching scripture through love, and the importance of remaining curious while understanding that God is not insecure or defensive when we raise hard questions.

Michael McElyea / You Love Me, But You Don’t Know Who I Am

Michael McElyea / You Love Me, But You Don’t Know Who I Am

You love me, but you don’t know who I am. Those are the words God spoke to Michael several years ago and it took him on a journey into measureless love, grace, and union with an always good, never leaving, no distance or separation, Triune God. With grace and joy the conversation dove into the two greatest lies on the planet, Penal Substitution and Eternal Conscious Torment.

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

In this podcast, Katie Skurga talks about discovering our humanity in the image of God, shame and behavior, grace and identity, paradox and spiritual and emotional maturity, freedom, and intrinsic authority.

Life

being manifested by growth:
“The Wages of Sin…” in Context

“The Wages of Sin…” in Context

What if “the wages of sin is death” is announcing the inherent consequences to sinful actions and what they will produce in this life, as opposed to saying if we sin we deserve torment?

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

Katie Skurja / Discovering Our Humanity

In this podcast, Katie Skurga talks about discovering our humanity in the image of God, shame and behavior, grace and identity, paradox and spiritual and emotional maturity, freedom, and intrinsic authority.

“Sometimes a story is written that changes everything. This book is an irresistible journey into transforming love. These are new and powerful thoughts from a modern-day reformer. Once they take hold they wont let go.”
Mark Batterson

Pastor of National Community & Bestselling Author of Circle Maker

Those struggling for identity will appreciate “Prone to Love” as a key to unlock and accept their true hidden self.  Enjoy!”

Rev Paul Johansson

Chancellor & Chairman of Elim Bible Institute and College

Art

what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance:
Our Little Corner

Our Little Corner

Vibey, hopeful, and stirring, Our Little Corner EP is six cover songs recorded by Ethan Wilde Clark, and produced and performed by Ethan and Madeleine True Clark under the name Wilde Assembly.

In Between

In Between

I am a newborn babe / The world is fresh and terrifying / “Incubator” and “Crib” are not words I care for / Put me against your breasts / Skin to skin / Heart to heart / All I want is one thing familiar / and it’s not in a box / It’s in your arms / For the love of God / do not put me in a box…

MADE To Create

Our goal is to provide quality content for creative children and families:

EPISODE ONE  In this, our first video, we’ll introduce a family walking a tightrope. We will also complete an abstract art challenge and conclude with a chat about how being a creative person is very much like walking a tightrope.

EPISODE TWO  In our second episode, we’ll introduce 13-year-old, Leigh, who happens to be a co-director for Made To Create. She will teach us a little Taekwondo. One of the essential Tenets of Taekwondo is INTEGRITY. We will learn a little more about this word as well as complete a fun, craft challenge by using items we would normally just throw away.

EPISODE THREE  In this episode, we’ll introduce some of our family who’ll share why being creative is so contagious! Our special guest is Mary Clark who is not only the matriarch of this family but an expert quilter! You’ll learn so much more than art from her and leave encouraged! Our creative challenge this week, will sharpen your focus and relax you as you create an optical illusion.

Lloyd's Corner

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FEATURING MONTHLY MESSAGE PODCASTS BY JASON CLARK AND FRIENDS
A RELATIONSHIP WHERE THE SON IS ALWAYS DESPERATE IS DYSFUNCTIONAL

A RELATIONSHIP WHERE THE SON IS ALWAYS DESPERATE IS DYSFUNCTIONAL

Jason gives one of his foundational messages on living in an awareness of our Father’s measureless love. This message highlights one of the greatest shifts in Jason’s life and faith when He repented from the dysfunction of living desperate for His Father’s affection, love, blessing, promises, and so on.   

REPENT, THE KINGDOM IS WITHIN YOU!

REPENT, THE KINGDOM IS WITHIN YOU!

Repenting is a 2 min, 4 min, 24 min, 24 hours, 240 days and on and on revelation and agreement of our Father’s perspective in which we lay our burdens down, we exchange brokenness for righteousness, poverty for hope, peace, and joy; and sin for wholeness.

Sovereign Love

A 6-Part Teaching Series
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