Church & Culture Audio Podcast
Episode 64: Preparing the Redeemer Hymnal
April 8, 2021 • Jarrod Richey
In Redeemer Talk's 64th episode, Jarrod Richey speaks with us about a project creating a new hymnal for the congregation at Church of the Redeemer, the "Redeemer Hymnal." Jarrod and Glen Warner and Sarah Davis have been working for weeks on this project, selecting hymns from several sources including the blue Trinity Hymnal and COTR Supplemental Hymnal, while making minor adjustments to the tunes and arrangements.
Episode 63: Gastronomy and Christian Festivity
January 28, 2021 • Joshua Appel
In Redeemer Talk's 63rd episode, Joshua Appel, pastor at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow, Idaho, speaks with us about how festivity orients the Christian life as well as about a course he teaches at New Saint Andrews College, called "Aesthetic Gastronomy."
Episode 49: Twenty-One Years in Peru
December 17, 2020 • Wes Baker
In Redeemer Talk's 49th episode, Wes Baker speaks with us about his 21 years of experience working as a missionary in Peru and the recent accomplishments of the Peru Mission as well as some of the challenges facing them. Visit PeruMission.org for more information about this ministry.
Episode 47: Jonah Through New Eyes
September 1, 2020 • Uri Brito
In this episode, Pastor Uri Brito speaks about his work with Pastor Rich Lusk in writing a commentary on the Book of Jonah for the Through New Eyes bible commentary series published by Athanasius Press, a publishing ministry at Church of the Redeemer. Keep up with more news about the book and other publications by subscribing to our mailing list at athanasiuspress.org
Episode 46: Jesus' Judgment of the World
July 28, 2020 • Peter J. Leithart
In this episode, Dr. Peter J. Leithart elaborates on a passage from his commentary on the Gospel of Matthew about how the judgment on the world by the Son of Man looks, from the world's perspective, like a judgment of the Son of Man. Find the commentary here: https://athanasiuspress.org/product/the-gospel-of-matthew-through-new-eyes-volume-two-jesus-as-israel/
Episode 45: The Challenges of Pastoral Ministry
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
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 41: Easter Season readings
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
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 38: Solomon Says: An Interview with Mark Horne
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