The Sacramental Charismatic

The Sacramental Charismatic

Exploring the intersection between pneumatology, ecclesiology, and missiology and how they converge into sacramentality. In other words, Holy Spirit stuff, church things, and kingdom items all giving grace.

Episodes

April 26, 2021 115 min

On episode twenty-five, I'm talking with Dr. Louise Gosbell, an Australian biblical scholar who specializes in the subject of disabilities. Dr. Gosbell has written numerous articles and projects on how churches can engage with (and include) people with disabilities. We discussed the following:

  • What is a disability?
  • Why does this matter for the Church?
  • What Biblical texts are primarily formative in developing a theology of disabi...
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    On episode twenty-four, I'm sitting down with Kristen Daley-Mosier to discuss baptism and her research on the subject!

    About Kristen: Kristen Daley Mosier completed her M.Div. at Fuller Seminary Northwest (Seattle) in 2012, and holds a B.A. in Art History from Western Washington University. Based in the Pacific Northwest, her research interests explore intersections of creation, spirit, materiality, and place. She is particul...

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    On episode twenty-three, I'm talking to Susan Cho Van Riesen about her experience as a female lead pastor, Asian American ethnic and cultural concerns, and much more!

    About Susan: Susan Cho Van Riesen fell in love with Jesus during her undergraduate years at Occidental College. Since then she has been a worker for the Kingdom of God through InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, through being a mom of three wonderful children and...

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    On episode twenty-two, I had a conversation with Winfield Bevins and we discussed the role of liturgy, the Book of Common Prayer, and the intersection of being a Sacramental Charismatic!

    About Winfield: Winfield Bevins is a “liturgical missiologist” whose passion is to help others connect to the roots of the Christian faith for discipleship and mission. He currently serves as the Director of Church Planting at Asbury Theological ...

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    On episode twenty-one, I'm joined by Melody Winderweedle to discuss the various dynamics attached to women in ministry as well as a good bit of thinking in relation to how the politics of the kingdom of God are "yellow."

    About Melody: Melody Winderweedle is the Co-Lead Pastor with her husband Bud. They have three children. Melody is passionate about encouraging and empowering women in their call in ministry. She enjoy...

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    On episode twenty, I have a conversation with Edgar King and Ramon Mayo to discuss a lot of different topics, including Church, theology, and ethnic diversity.

    About Ramon: Ramon Mayo is a writer, speaker, and youth coordinator at the South Suburban Vineyard Church. He breaks down Christian faith and theology for everyday folks at his blog http://ramonlmayo.com​. You can also follow Ramon on Twitter (@mayotron) and make sure ...

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    On episode nineteen I'm talking with my new friend Reese Hogg III. Reese and I have been connected through social media for awhile and finally had a chance to sit down and have a conversation. In addition to hearing Reese share his thoughts on social justice, church, and worship, he shared how lament and grief, after the murder of his son, has been a space for encountering God and learning about worship. I was unaware of this a...

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    On episode eighteen I'm talking with my friend Donnell Wyche. This conversation was a lot of fun and we talked about many important topics, including Liberation Theology (and why African American theologians have been overlooked), ethnic diversity in the Church, Critical Race Theory, and much, much more!

    About Donnell: The Reverend Donnell Wyche currently serves as Senior Pastor and Head of Staff at the Vineyard Church of Ann...

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    On episode seventeen I have a conversation with Stephanie Snow! I've known Stephanie long enough that I wasn't even sure how we met (it was at a Vineyard church). On this episode we talk about issues connected to ethnic reconciliation, how churches can be more intentional toward diversity, her passion for justice as both a follower of Jesus and a lawyer, and much more!

    About Stephanie: Stephanie leads the Justice and Reco...

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    On episode sixteen I have a conversation with my good friend, Edgar King. Hailing from Kenya, Edgar is a gifted worship leader and the lead pastor of Trinity Vineyard Church in Nakuru. We are all over the map on this one, discussing the Kenya context, missions, worship, and sacramental theology... plus much more!

    About Edgar: Edgar has a passion for Jesus and for people. He enjoys traveling and contemporary music. He took over th...

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    On episode fifteen, and in celebration of #BlackHistoryMonth, I sit down with Ramon Mayo to discuss the history and importance of Black History Month, the need for nuance in today's world, and his forthcoming book, "Reclaiming Diversity."

    About Ramon: Ramon Mayo is a writer, speaker, and youth coordinator at the South Suburban Vineyard Church. He breaks down Christian faith and theology for everyday folks at his blog ...

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    On episode fourteen, I have a conversation with Glenn Packiam about what it looks like to pastor a sacramental charismatic church, the role of formation in Christian worship, and how the sacramental tapestry helped provide stability for New Life after their previous senior pastor had a more failure and church scandal.

    About Glenn: Glenn Packiam is an Associate Senior Pastor at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and th...

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    On episode thirteen, I have a conversation with Dr. Ben C. Blackwell about the subject of his excellent book, "Engaging Theology: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Introduction" (https://amzn.to/3o5O5jc). We also talked about his time as a research assistant for N. T. Wright while he was in England and much more!

    About Ben: Ben is an associate professor of theology at Houston Baptist University and director of Houston...

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    Season Two has started! On episode twelve, I have a conversation with Alexander Venter about how followers of Jesus should think about political engagement and allegiance. Hailing from South Africa, Alexander saw first hand how political ideology was ingrained in society and has some helpful thoughts about how the Church can be prophetic in its critique of all sides of the political spectrum.

    Recommended resources: "Vexed: Et...

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    On episode 11, I'm joined my good friend Elias Wallace. I've known Elias for over twenty years, starting in the late 90's when we were both in the underground hip hop scene and staying connected as we both have explored various aspects of art, culture, and the kingdom of God.

    You can check out Elias' work at https://www.eliaswallace.com or wherever you get your music!

    👇🏽👇🏽Leave comm...

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    On episode 10, I'm joined by Geoff Holsclaw and Rose Swetman to discuss Rick Joyner's recent "prophecy" on mobilizing people for civil war (Newsweek put out an article on this: https://bit.ly/2FDmSEr).

    Geoff Holsclaw (PhD, Marquette University) is copastor of youth and families at Vineyard North, as well as affiliate professor of theology at Northern Seminary in Lisle, Illinois. Pick up a copy of his latest book, ...

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    On episode 9, Geoff Holsclaw and I discuss a YouTube clip where Ricky Gervais and Stephen Colbert discuss atheism and Ricky introduces a couple of arguments for his atheism (https://youtu.be/P5ZOwNK6n9U). 

    Geoff Holsclaw (PhD, Marquette University) is copastor of youth and families at Vineyard North, as well as affiliate professor of theology at Northern Seminary in Lisle, Illinois. Pick up a copy of his latest book, co-authored w...

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    July 23, 2020 85 min

    On episode 8, I had a discussion with Andrew Ray Williams to talk about a sacramental charismatic approach to baptism that takes catechesis serious! This is a great discussion about how we can develop a more robust baptismal practice in the local church.

    Andrew Ray Williams is a PhD candidate at Bangor University, Wales, U.K. His dissertation’s title is: ‘Washed in the Spirit: Toward a Pentecostal Theology of Water Baptism’. While...

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    On this episode of the Sacramental Charismatic, I provide a list of some of the best books on the topic of healing (from a charismatic perspective). If you are looking to explore the subject more, this podcast is for you!

    Recommended resources: "Power Healing," by John Wimber (https://amzn.to/2HiA3YV) "Doing Healing," by Alexander Venter (https://amzn.to/2Os6E1L) "Healing & Christianity," by Morton Kel...

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    Dr. Geoff Holsclaw took over the Sacramental Charismatic! Thankfully I was able to jump in and participate in his hostile takeover in order to discuss what a sacramental charismatic approach ends up meaning!

    Geoff Holsclaw (PhD, Marquette University) is copastor of youth and families at Vineyard North, as well as affiliate professor of theology at Northern Seminary in Lisle, Illinois. Pick up a copy of his latest book, co-authored...

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