According to an American Psychological Association’s Stress in AmericaTM online survey, 27 percent of Americans are so stressed they cannot function. In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus invites his disciples not to worry, for life is more than food, and the body more than clothing. He reminds us that “where our treasure is, our heart will be also.” As a worrying, stressed-out culture, Jesus offers an alternate path. This podcast explores how small changes that fix our hearts on what matters most can lead to transformative change.
In this Breathing in Christ podcast, Deacon Marsha Roscoe interviews the Rev. Dr. Gary Neal Hansen, author of Kneeling with Giants, to explore how Christian theology, spirituality, and community are food for our faith journey.
Deacon Marsha Roscoe invites us to consider Christ-minded intention setting as guiding principles for how we want to be, live, and show up in the world.
Marsha shares how the Breathing in Christ wholeness journey set to launch in October, 2020, is a 12-month transformational experience empowered by God’s divine design. Guiding communities in discovering the deepest calling that transforms God’s potential, together we learn, practice, grow and become God’s truest nature in our lives. Learn more about this experience at https://breathinginchrist.com/wholeness/.
Inspired by Roger Joslin’s book, Running the Spiritual Path (2004), Marsha shares the surprising gifts in running as a spiritual discipline, including finding God as the pacer in our lives.
Pastor Matthew Best, serving St. Stephen New Kingstown, shares how his walk with Jesus embodies all four of the spiritual types: earth, water, air and fire.
Lutheran Pastor Elaine Dent and Lutheran leader Jennifer Lau explore their faith practices through the lens of the air spiritual type.
Newest Breathing in Christ team member Ashley Moss shares how her in-the-moment God experiences, service to others and relationships reflect the water spiritual type.
In this second episode in the Stevenson School for Ministry’s new podcast series, Practicing Forward, Marsha Roscoe interviews Gina Campbell to explore how the use of language affects our brain’s ability to move forward, even under duress.
In this new podcast series from the Stevenson School for Ministry, Marsha Roscoe hosts Gina Campbell in a conversation about what it means to be practicing forward as resilient and adaptable leaders in the church. In this first episode, Rev. Dr. Gina Campbell invites church leaders to think about lament as a threshold to hope.