The scapegoat mechanism, the subversion of myth, the anthropological story of humanity, the message of the blood of Jesus, understanding mimesis and desire, the transformative power of relationships, the relational nature of reality, the interconnectedness of all things, peace and beauty and seeing the sacred in every moment; in this conversation, Carlos, Jason, and Andre explore the concept of mimetic theory.

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Website: www.alwaysloved.net
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Website: www.carlospadillaministries.org

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Carlos Padilla— For 31 years of my life I was a nominal Christian at best. I was on a conventional religious track until I had a head-on collision with the healing power of God. Since then I have become a passionate, radical, recking force that has come to preach the gospel of the Kingdom, destroy the works of the enemy, and set the captives free. They will know me in Heaven. They will know me in hell, and everything in between is of no significance. It is an honor to equip the local church (the saints) to walk in supernatural POWER, PURITY, and the FULLNESS OF IDENTITY. I hate to lose, especially when the Bible says we win. I believe the power of the simple gospel transforms; sinners to saints, the sick to health, and the dead to life. My joy in life is discipling powerful hell-stomping Christians and equipping them to walk in the fullness of their identities as children of King Jesus. I currently reside in Omaha, Nebraska with my wife, Beth Padilla, where we lead a discipleship movement called The Kingdom.​ For more, go to www.carlospadillaministries.org

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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  1. Karen phelps

    Jason and Derek
    I love your message
    Setting me free after so many years
    Please tell me if there are any teacher pastors bible studies in Charleston sc I am desperate to find this tribe. Thank you

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