The Green Room

The Green Room

Welcome to The Green Room: a space where leaders from The Austin Stone invite college students into vulnerable conversations around relevant topics. College at The Austin Stone exists to help college students in Austin love God, the Church, the city, and the nations. For more information, follow us on Instagram @college_austinstone or visit www.austinstone.org/college.

Episodes

June 16, 2021 91 min
How Could A Loving God Send People To Hell? In this episode, MJ and Tyler sat down with Equipping Pastor for Austin Stone Institute, Dr. Greg Breazeale. Join us as we talk about one of the most sensitive topics in the Bible, theology, and Christian thought.
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If God is good, why do bad things happen? In this episode, MJ and Tyler welcome our friend, Marshall Perry, who serves as the Central & Downtown Groups Director of The Austin Stone. Join us as we talk about death, suffering, the problem of evil and so much more.
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The topic of abortion comes with a lot of baggage, history, and politics. Most importantly, it comes with stories from real people. In this episode, MJ and Tyler welcome our friend and partner of The Austin Stone, Margaret Gibson, who served as former director of development for The Source (https://www.thesource.org/), a full-service women’s health clinic that empowers women with better choices. Join us as we talk about all of it ...
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In this episode, MJ and Tyler welcome back our friend and partner of The Austin Stone, Jamie Ivey! You may want to strap in for this conversation. The pandemic has affected almost all aspects of daily life. Travel is down; unemployment is up; and small businesses are struggling. But not all businesses are experiencing a downturn. The porn industry has reported large increases in traffic – for instance, some seeing an 18% jump over ...
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In today's episode, we sit down with our good friend and Preaching Pastor of The Austin Stone, Ross Lester and talked about racial justice, civil unrest, and the Church's responsibility in the mudst of it all. You're going to hear about Ross’ experience engaging racial justice both in America and South Africa, and several stories from MJ and Tyler on their own journeys when it comes to this topic. We only hit the tip of...
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In today's episode, MJ and Tyler sat down with our amazing friend and Downtown Director of Equipping & Women's Ministry, Kate Terry. We talk about our own stories surrounding gender roles in the church, our experiences wrestling with those topics, and much more. We hope that this episode leads to conversations of your own and even healing from ways you’ve experienced gender roles in the past. If you share on Instagram,...
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Let's talk about doubt. In this episode MJ & Tyler sit down with our good friend and Worship Pastor of The Austin Stone, Aaron Ivey. We share plenty of stories about our own doubts that we’ve experienced as church leaders. We pray that you would walk away from this episode encouraged by the grace of Jesus amidst your doubts. Remember to share if it's helpful! "I think I just want you to know that you have a church...
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In this episode, MJ and Tyler sit down with our friend and pastor at The Austin Stone, Halim Suh. Listen in as we talk about the subject of Christian conflict, dealing with real wounds caused by others, and practical steps to heal. While we may not cover every aspect of this topic, we offer categories to help you process this topic and ways to help friends who have experienced pain from church involvement. Our prayer is that this e...
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In this episode, MJ and Tyler sat down with our friend and partner of The Austin Stone, Jamie Ivey. In Part 2, we talk about how the culture influences how we think about relationships, dating boundaries, men and women friendships, and more. Keep up with the awesome things Jamie is up to at jamieivey.com, and for more honest conversations, check out her podcast "The Happy Hour" wherever you listen to shows.
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In this episode, MJ and Tyler sat down with our friend and partner of The Austin Stone, Jamie Ivey. Jamie This conversation was so incredible that we had to split it into two parts! In Part 1, we talk about singleness and marriage, our temptation to place relationships on unhealthy pedestals in the church, and even how Jamie has seen idolization play out in her own marriage. Keep up with the awesome things Jamie is up to at jamiei...
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In this episode, Tyler and MJ sat down with Andre Grey, Pastor at The Austin Stone's South Congregation. Listen in as we talk about politics, loving your neighbor and who Christians should vote for. Of course, this episode won't cover all aspects of politics and the Christian worldview, but we hope that it helps you begin conversations even with people you disagree with. We hope that you leave with a better understanding o...
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In our first episode, MJ and Tyler sat down with the Director of Clinical Care at The Austin Stone Counseling Center, Shanda Anderson. Shanda has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2006. As a professional, someone who loves Jesus, and adores college students, she gives down-to-earth insight on the all-too-common struggle with anxiety and mental health. Listen in as we wrestle with Scriptures like Philippians 4:6, “Do not ...
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October 8, 2020 36 min
What exactly is The Green Room? Sit with us as MJ, Tyler, and Scott talk about some, vulnerable moments, embarrassing stories, and why this podcast exists. Note: This was originally a test episode, but we decided to make it episode 000 to get you ready!
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