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Fall Study: Introduction and Invite

Five Misadventures in the Christian Life

September 22, 2020 • David Smith, Eric Lehman

Do you long for something more in your relationship with God? While our journey with Christ starts out well intentioned, many get lost in spiritual misadventure – beliefs and practices that sound good, but instead lead into a cul-de-sac, leaving us spiritually apathetic, tired, cynical, or even burned out. Is that you? This Fall Study podcast series complements a new 6-week study, designed for those looking for a spiritual refresh. It provides both hope and a roadmap for reimagining a transforming friendship with Christ. A chance to explore possibilities, spark desire, and get a taste of what ‘can be’. This episode shares the need we see around us, as well as the opportunity in front of us. We share our passion to reach back and invite people off the sidelines and into the story. We hope you join us! * To purchase a book, go to www.theodyssey.org and click on "Store" in the main menu. * For more resources related to the topics, visit www.theodyssey.org/misadventures * If you have any questions, or are looking for a group, email us at info@theodyssey.org

Fall Study: Changing the Channel

November 17, 2020 • David Smith, Eric Lehman

One of the primary goals of the "Five Misadventures in the Christian Life" study is Awareness. First, awareness of why we may feel stuck or stagnant. Second, awareness of what is possible through Christ. But even if we grasp the concepts, this new way of being can still feel quite elusive. Join as as we conclude this series within an invitation to hope and courage. This Fall Study podcast series complements a new 6-week study, designed for those looking for a spiritual refresh. It provides both hope and a roadmap for reimagining a transforming friendship with Christ. A chance to explore possibilities, spark desire, and get a taste of what ‘can be’. * To purchase a book, go to www.theodyssey.org and click on "Store" in the main menu. * For more resources related to the topics, visit www.theodyssey.org/misadventures If you have any questions, or are looking for a group, email us at info@theodyssey.org

Fall Study: Equating Information with Formation

November 10, 2020 • David Smith, Eric Lehman

We are inundated with countless information, pressuring us to digest it as efficiently as possible. That approach to reading seeps into our interaction with Scripture. Instead of analysis, what if our goal when reading the Bible is encounter? How do we not just master Scripture, but allow Scripture to master us? Join us as we discuss a posture that opens up possibilities for God to meet us and transform us. This Fall Study podcast series complements a new 6-week study, designed for those looking for a spiritual refresh. It provides both hope and a roadmap for reimagining a transforming friendship with Christ. A chance to explore possibilities, spark desire, and get a taste of what ‘can be’. * To purchase a book, go to www.theodyssey.org and click on "Store" in the main menu. * For more resources related to the topics, visit www.theodyssey.org/misadventures If you have any questions, or are looking for a group, email us at info@theodyssey.org

Fall Study: Navigating with the Wrong Map

November 3, 2020 • David Smith, Eric Lehman

Once we grasp the purpose of the Christian life, the next question that emerges is: How do we do that? What does it look like to grow spiritually? We all have a default map that has been engrained in us from day one. Join us as we explore how to embrace a new map, a new way of being, in order to be conformed to the image of Jesus for the sake of others. This Fall Study podcast series complements a new 6-week study, designed for those looking for a spiritual refresh. It provides both hope and a roadmap for reimagining a transforming friendship with Christ. A chance to explore possibilities, spark desire, and get a taste of what ‘can be’. * To purchase a book, go to www.theodyssey.org and click on "Store" in the main menu. * For more resources related to the topics, visit www.theodyssey.org/misadventures If you have any questions, or are looking for a group, email us at info@theodyssey.org