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Brian McLaren – Strangers at the Well

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Brian McLaren.

In this episode Brian talks about the different parts of his book, Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road; how Christians treat “the other”; and the outcomes Brian hopes to hear about from readers of this book.
(11:01)

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If you’d like to contact Brian, learn more about his ministries, or purchase his books, go to http://www.brianmclaren.net/.

Brian Stiller – Pray, Go, Encourage

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Brian Stiller.

In this episode Brian talks about several common mistakes made in Christian leadership, his work with the World Evangelical Alliance, and his time in Somalia.
(12:24)

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If you’d like to contact Brian, buy his books, or learn more about his work, go to http://www.brianstiller.com/.

David Trotter – Doing the Hard Work

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is David Trotter.

In this episode David tells the rest of the story of his burnout and how he came to be reconciled to his family.
(11:02)

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If you’d like to learn more about David’s ministry, purchase his books, or get in touch with him, go to www.davidtrotter.tv.

Larry Ellis – Deepening Community

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Larry Ellis.

In this episode Larry talks about what’s next for him, the importance of community in churches, and what single change he hopes to be part of.
(8:33)

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If you’d like to purchase Larry’s book or learn more about him, go to www.theforgivenessbook.com. Or, if you’d like to contact Larry directly, send him an email at larry@adorationpublishing.com.

Constance Cherry – Re-Imagining Relevance

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Constance Cherry.

In this episode Constance talks about what surprised her during the writing process of The Worship Architect, and how she hopes people will come to re-imagine relevance in worship.
(9:54)

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If you’d like to contact Constance, or learn more about her work, go to http://theworshiparchitect.com/.

Ron Sider – Living Unfaithful Lives

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Ron Sider.

In this episode Ron talks about the roles of morality, power, and influence in advertising; one of his books, The Scandal of Evangelical Conscience; and our desperate need for Christian community.
(11:24)

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If you’d like to contact Ron or learn more about the Sider Center, go to http://www.sidercenter.org/.

Jim Altizer – God’s Show and Tell

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

This special episode features Dr. Jim Altizer. In this episode Jim talks about the origins of the word “worship”; and outlines the nature of God.
(7:07)

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If you’d like to contact Jim, learn more about his ministries, or purchase his books, go to http://roadmapsforworship.com/.

Walter Brueggemann – Being in Dialogue

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Walter Brueggemann.

In this episode Walter talks about calling out to God, the role of paradox in Christian faith, and the concept of newness.
(9:44)

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Kimberly Franklin – Getting Past Saved

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Kimberly Franklin.

In this episode Kim talks about Christian conversations with the public that are both respectful and redeeming in nature, seeing beyond the labels of “saved” and “unsaved”, and two individuals who were central in the formation and development of her thinking.
(10:56)

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If you’d like to learn more about Kim, or follow her blog go to http://educatingwithreverence.com; or you can email her directly at kimberly.franklin@twu.ca.

Brian Stiller – Leadership Lessons

Provoked to Newness Podcast Episode

Our interview guest is Dr. Brian Stiller.

In this episode Brian talks about lessons he learned raising money for Tyndale’s new campus, his understanding of biblical faith, and several significant people of leadership in his life.
(11:13)

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If you’d like to contact Brian, buy his books, or learn more about his work, go to http://www.brianstiller.com/.

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