In continuing with our series of It Takes A Village podcasts, learning from impactful voices outside of Southridge, we are thrilled to share with you this conversation with Greg Paul, an author and pastor at Sanctuary in Toronto. Greg sits down to talk about loving those who society would push to the margins; this includes those experiencing poverty and homelessness, but also the LGBTQ+ community. He shares about his faith journey and the rethinking of his beliefs; a journey that culminated in a book called Queer Prophets. Greg has a powerful and gracious story, and you won't want to miss it.
Ep.128 - Queer Prophets
with Greg Paul
July 19, 2021 • Jeff Lockyer
Ep.141 - Certifying COVID-19 Safety
There have been fewer recent topics more divisive than the conversations around vaccines and vaccine mandates. As a church, we have been in prayer about what it looks like to live out a "Love Beyond Belief" mindset in the midst of this. If you're at all curious about where we've landed (and why!), check out this week's episode of the Finding Our Way podcast where Jeff sits down with our Board Chair, Joan Hyatt.
Ep.140 - The Power of Practices
October 11, 2021 • Jeff Lockyer
Join us this week on the Finding Our Way podcast as we chat with author and worship leader, Aaron Niequist. Aaron is a friend of the Southridge community, and it was through him that we started giving language to the concept of a 'spiritual gymnasium'. Tune in to this episode for a conversation about the power that spiritual practices can have in our lives.
Ep.139 - The Dynamics of Deconstruction
October 4, 2021
We know that so many people experience a time of deconstruction at some point in their faith journey, which is why we are so excited to sit down this week to chat with Lina AbuJamra. Lina is the author of a new book called Fractured Faith, where she talks about her own period of deconstruction. If you've ever found yourself questioning God, your faith, or the church, you won't want to miss this episode of Finding Our Way.