Recorded in December of last year, Cory dives into our identity as saints and invites us to discover what God says and believes about us. The guys talk about restoration, transformation, grace, our Father’s love, and living confidently in a relational understanding of God’s love. Cory shares about his new book, What If I Told You. This book takes the reader on a 21-day journey to rediscover ourselves; grace, wholeness, being loved and union are the invitations of this book. Pastoring and counseling and practicing community, in this conversation they guys enjoy discussing how God is better than the last time they checked.

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Derek Turner lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife, Sarah. They have two daughters, Caroline & Kate. Together, they serve as lead pastors for River Church Charlotte. Derek also co-hosts the Rethinking God with Tacos podcast and loves to connect on all the socials. Derek believes “Love everyone the most” sums up what it means to be a follower of Jesus. www.rivercharlotte.com

Jason Clark is a relational theologian — a storyteller who writes to reveal the transforming kindness of the love of God. He has authored several books, including, Leaving and Finding Jesus, & Prone to Love. He is the lead communicator at  A Family Story and co-host of Rethinking God with Tacos PODCAST. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their four children, Madeleine and Joseph, Ethan, and Eva.

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  1. Dolores

    I am just really starting my journey of getting out of the Fundamentalist, Evangelical religion and all the burdens it has given me. I struggle with this , and it’s probably because I was ingrained with it. My whole so called christian life was, Jesus had to die , he died for my sins and rose again so that I wouldn’t go to hell. Question: so why did Jesus die, please help me to understand. Maybe the better question is DID Jesus have to die? I am on a journey of Love and that that’s what , who Jesus is but please explain the reason then Jesus died and rose again. Sorry if I sound pathetic, I am just in a weird place of feeling freed and at the same time lost. I hope I hear back from you. Blessings on you. Dolores. P.S. I am reading Leaving and finding Jesus but can’t find the answer there, or maybe I just don’t understand it.

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