COLLECTED PODCAST INTERVIEW
I want to introduce my good friends at Collected!
Collected provides inspiration and resources to help Christians discover and operate from their truest selves through live workshops and a weekly podcast. Tia McNelly, Mikala Hooper and Jes Biondo have created a profoundly brilliant ministry that encourages creatives to live their best yes and it was amazing spending some time with them on their podcast.
You can check out their podcast HERE – lots of amazing people and interviews.
More info on Collected Workshops HERE
Collected workshops are centered on worship, restorative creativity, and designated time for reflection, evaluation, and setting intentions. We provide a safe environment for practicing low-stakes creative risk-taking that will spur participants on to have the grit and courage to embrace their gifting and step further into their calling.
#Intimacy #Honor #Dreaming #Creativity #Writing #Friendship
Jason Clark is a writer, speaker and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.
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This podcast announces and features Jason’s new book, Leaving and Finding Jesus, in audio format. Retribution is the title of chapter seven and is presented in its entirety. In this chapter and podcast, Jason juxtaposes retribution with reconciliation and recognizes that a punishment lens on the nature of God is one of the reasons the church is navigating broken trust. It’s also why we currently find ourselves in a Deconstruction Movement.
God is as Jesus revealed Him, and on a cross Jesus forgave. God in Christ reconciled the world to Himself.
Jason introduces the book he is currently working on, Leaving (& finding) Jesus, which challenges readers to stop building their faith upon the broken foundations of a transactional view of God, and instead, embrace the powerful understanding of reconciliation and self-giving love that truly transforms our lives and our world.
What if control is a flawed word to describe God’s sovereignty? What if there is an infinitely better word, a greater revelation, LOVE!