This week on the discipleship podcast we follow up our last episode on women's roles in the home with an episode talking about women's roles in the church. We are joined by Fuse Assistant Director, Liz Brantley to talk about this topic. Liz has served in this role for the past year and has been intricately involved in discipling young women a part of Fuse. She will be sharing some of her insight on this topic alongside Pastor Jason.
Women's Roles in the Church
May 24, 2018 • Jason Lineberger
Priorities, How do we make them?
August 30, 2018 • Jason Lineberger
We often struggle with making goals and setting our priorities to meet those goals but that struggle gets even worse this time of year when the school year kicks in. A lot of people are back in school, have kids back in school, and work tends to pick up some depending on where you live. With the added stress and the temptation to coast through and pray you make it, how can we set our priorities in a way to accomplish our spiritual goals going into this busy season? Join us in this episode as we talk about this "fun" topic.
Why Does Ignite Do ATM?
Why "At The Movies?" • August 9, 2018 • Jason Lineberger
Every year Ignite does a series called "At The Movies." In this series we look at a few blockbuster films from the past year and find the spiritual themes in the movies. It is a fun series where we have characters dressed up in the lobby and pass out popcorn as you walk in, but why do we do this? Why is this even remotely the best use of a Sunday mornings message? In this episode Jason looks at why we do this series and takes a look at what scriptures one could use for or against this type of series.
Father Abraham #1
The worst father...? • June 7, 2018 • Jason Lineberger
Father Abraham had many sons, and it all started with 2 sons that he Fathered very differently. Abraham is a unique man in the Bible that shows us simultaneously how to be a great father and how to be a terrible father. In this episode we will look at how Abraham fails in a major way as a father and what we all can learn from that.