Redeemer Talk

Church & Culture Audio Podcast

Episode 45: The Challenges of Pastoral Ministry

Featuring Uri Brito • July 9, 2020 • Uri Brito

In Redeemer Talk's 45th episode, Pastor Uri Brito of Providence Church in Pensacola, Florida speaks with us about his work on a doctoral dissertation examining the challenges of pastoral ministry. He also recommends certain tools and rituals for church leaders to improve their lives as well as their relationship with their church's congregation.

Episode 44: Making Disciples in the Delta

Featuring Andrew Dodson • June 22, 2020 • Andrew Dodson

In Redeemer Talk's 44th episode, Andrew Dodson speaks about his work as a therapist in northeastern Louisiana and how ministries like his non-profit, the Novare Foundation, are called to disciple the towns and villages throughout the Delta.

Episode 43: Inside the Hospital During the Crisis

Featuring Megan Lucey • May 29, 2020 • Megan Lucey

In Redeemer Talk's 43rd episode, Megan Lucey speaks with us about her work as a nurse at a local hospital during the COVID-19 crisis and how the crisis affected health care workers like herself.

Episode 42: Visiting the Orphans in Uganda

Doug Gates speaks of work at orphanage in Jinja • May 14, 2020 • Doug Gates

Doug Gates, of Boise, Idaho, talks with Redeemer Talk about the work of his charitable organization, Mugabi Charities, with an orphanage in Jinja, Uganda.

Episode 41: Easter Season readings

Maggie Rockett reads Romans 6, Psalm 98 & a letter by Flannery O'Connor • April 23, 2020 • Maggie Rockett

In the 41st episode of the Redeemer Talk podcast, Maggie Rockett reads passages from Romans 6 and Psalm 98 to commemorate the ongoing Easter season as well as a letter by Flannery O'Connor about the Resurrection as the "high point in the law of nature."

Episode 40: Good Friday

Dean Baugh reads from the Book of Isaiah, Psalms, and a poem by Christina Rossetti • April 10, 2020 • Dean Baugh

Hear Braden Smith and Dean Baugh read from Ambrose's treatise grieving over the death of his brother but hoping in deliverance through Jesus Christ's death and resurrection as well as selections from the Book of Isaiah and the Book of Psalms, and finally a reading of Victorian age poet Christina Rossetti's poem on the crucifixion, "Good Friday." According to the Revised Common Lectionary, the readings for Good Friday, April 10, 2020, are: First Reading: Isaiah 52:13 – 53:12 Psalm: Psalm 22 Second Reading: Hebrews 10:16-25 Gospel: John 18:1 – 19:42

Episode 39: Maundy Thursday

Paul Taylor reads from Exodus, Psalm 116, and John Calvin • April 9, 2020 • Paul Taylor

According to the Revised Common Lectionary, readings for Maundy Thursday, April 9, 2020 are: First reading: Exodus 12: 1-4, (5-10), 11-14 Psalm: Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19 Second reading: 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Gospel: John 13: 1-17, 31b-35

Episode 38: Solomon Says: An Interview with Mark Horne

Becoming a Better Person to Be Around Per Solomon's Book of Proverbs • March 26, 2020 • Mark Horne

In Episode 38 of Church of the Redeemer's Redeemer Talk podcast, episode host Katharine Spires introduces us to author Mark Horne, whose most recent book, "Solomon Says: Directives for Young Men," was published earlier this month by Athanasius Press. You can find the book at www.athanasiuspress.org

Episode 37: Observing Lent

March 19, 2020 • Drew Maney

Church of the Redeemer Assistant Pastor Drew Maney speaks about the meaning of Romans 3:21-31 in connection with the Season of Lent.

Episode 36: Supporting the Mission at Theopolis Institute

Featuring John Crawford and Brian Moats • February 27, 2020

Episode 35: Preparing for Lent

Drew Maney & Elisabeth Brown • February 13, 2020 • Drew Maney

Episode 34: Training Ourselves to Interact with Art & Music Thoughtfully

John Mason Hodges • January 30, 2020 • John Mason Hodges

Episode 21: How a Church Grows

Steve Jeffery • December 12, 2019 • Steve Jeffery

Pastor Steve Jeffery, with Emmanuel North London Church in the U.K., recently spoke with us about how his church's congregation has grown, both in number and cultural diversity over the last 10 years. Pastor Jeffery is one of three ministers who will speak at the Christendom Lectures at Church of the Redeemer in West Monroe, Louisiana. You can find out more about the lecture series at christendomlectures.org Braden Smith hosted this episode of Redeemer Talk.

Special Episode: BACH to Thankfulness

"Arguably the greatest composer to have lived did not start from scratch" • November 27, 2019 • Jarrod Richey

In this special Thanksgiving edition of Redeemer Talk, Jarrod Richey uses one of the most well-known hymns of this season of the year to highlight the often forgotten trait of thankfulness in church music and culture. Hear excerpts from J.S. Bach's Cantata 192, 79, and Mendelssohn's Symphony 5 fourth movement.

Episode 20: Craftsmanship in Knife-making

Ken Trisler • November 14, 2019 • Ken Trisler

Deacon Ken Trisler sat down and discussed the art of making knives in this latest episode of the Redeemer Talk Podcast at Church of the Redeemer. (Guest Host: Hays Porter)