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Lee Berger: Crossing Borders

Lee Berger

Lee Berger: Crossing Borders

Lee Berger talks about Crossing Borders, a short-term mission opportunity for ministry outreach in Mexico.

(20.2 minutes)
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To find out more about Crossing Borders and other GCI camps and mission opportunities, visit: http://www.cbmission.org and http://genmin.gci.org

Lee Berger has also written an article for Christian Odyssey about Crossing Borders: http://www.gci.org/co/1202/gracias

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Steve McVey: 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday - Part 1

Steve McVey: 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday - Part 1

Dr. Steve McVey and Dr. J. Michael Feazell sit down to discuss how pastors and churches often distort scriptural truths, the topic of Steve's book 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday: ...And Why the Truth Is So Much Better.

(27.4 minutes)
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Steve McVey

Dr. Steve McVey is founder of GraceWalk Ministries. He is the author of Grace Walk, Grace Rules, Grace Amazing, The Godward Gaze, A Divine Invitation, Walking in the Will of God, The Grace Walk Experience, Beyond an Angry God, The Secret of Grace, Anchored and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday. For a PDF file of five YI interviews, click here.

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Steve McVey: 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday - Part 2

Steve McVey: 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday - Part 2

Dr. Steve McVey and Dr. J. Michael Feazell sit down to discuss how pastors and churches often distort scriptural truths, the topic of Steve's book 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday: ...And Why the Truth Is So Much Better.

(27.7 minutes)
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Steve McVey

Dr. Steve McVey is founder of GraceWalk Ministries. He is the author of Grace Walk, Grace Rules, Grace Amazing, The Godward Gaze, A Divine Invitation, Walking in the Will of God, The Grace Walk Experience, Beyond an Angry God, The Secret of Grace, Anchored and 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday. For a PDF file of five YI interviews, click here.

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Interview With Joseph Tkach in 2011

Dr. Joseph Tkach

Interview With Joseph Tkach in 2011

Dr. Joseph Tkach gives an overview and update of what is happening in Grace Communion International.

(28.0 minutes)
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Joseph Tkach

Joseph Tkach has been president of Grace Communion International since 1995. He holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Azusa Pacific University. For more information about him, click here.

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Mike Feazell: Joe, it’s good to have you here.

Joe Tkach: Nice to be here.

MF: Tell us, what is this Grace Communion International thing all about anyway?

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Steve Elliott: Pastoral Coaching - Part 1

Steve Elliott

Steve Elliott: Pastoral Coaching - Part 1

Steve Elliott, guest speaker for the 2011 U.S. Regional Conferences, discusses the value of coaching for ministry leaders. Steve is president of Church Assistance Ministry, an organization providing training and coaching to church leadership.

(29.2 minutes)
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Steve Elliott

Steve Elliott is president of Church Assistance Ministry, an organization providing training and coaching to church leadership. Since 1971, Steve has served as a pastor, church planter, Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) district superintendent, church planting director and missionary.

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Mike Feazell: Steve, it’s a pleasure to have you on the program today.

Steve Elliot: Thank you.

MF: Thanks for taking the time out and coming down from Turlock.

SE: It’s good to be here.

MF: Tell us a little bit about what coaching looks like in terms of effective ministry, as opposed to mentoring, for example.

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Steve Elliott: Pastoral Coaching - Part 2

Steve Elliott

Steve Elliott: Pastoral Coaching - Part 2

Part 2 with Steve Elliott, guest speaker for the 2011 U.S. Regional Conferences. In this episode, Steve continues his discussion about the value of coaching for ministry leaders. 

(26.4 minutes)
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Steve Elliott

Steve Elliott is president of Church Assistance Ministry, an organization providing training and coaching to church leadership. Since 1971, Steve has served as a pastor, church planter, Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) district superintendent, church planting director and missionary.

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Mike Feazell: Thanks for being with us again.

Steve Elliot: It’s great to be here, Mike. I thank you for the opportunity.

MF: Today we want to talk about coaching again. Let’s set the stage a little bit by getting into what you call the “five Rs.”

SE: Okay. The coaching relationship is a relationship in which I want to draw out of the...

MF: Relationship being the first R.

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Curtis May: The Office of Reconciliation and Spiritual Mediation

Curtis May

Curtis May: The Office of Reconciliation and Spiritual Mediation

Curtis May talks about the work of ORM.

(25.6 minutes)
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Mike Feazell: Curtis, it’s great to have you here.

Curtis May: It’s great to be here, Mike.

MF: Well, there’s a lot we’re going to talk about today. Let’s begin by just telling us about the reconciliation ministries that you’re involved with.

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Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 1

Dr. Dennis Gordon

Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 1

Dennis Gordon, an ordained minister and marine biologist, explores the biblical account of creation in a three-part series. In part 1, Dr. Gordon talks about how to understand the first three chapters of the book of Genesis in light of their purpose in declaring who God is.

(27.7 minutes)
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Be sure to watch parts 2 and 3 of this series with Dr. Gordon.

For a PDF of the interviews and articles, click here.

See also articles by Dennis Gordon in Christian Odyssey magazine:

Creation and Evolution: How Did God Bring About the Rich Variety of Species on Earth?

No Contest: Why the Argument Over Genesis?

J. Michael Feazell: Well, Dennis, it’s a pleasure to have you here with us. It’s been a long journey to get here from New Zealand through Orlando, through Germany, but we’re glad you’re here today. Would you mind beginning by telling us your story of how you became a Christian?

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Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 2

Dr. Dennis Gordon

Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 2

Dennis Gordon, an ordained minister and marine biologist, explores the biblical account of creation in a three-part series.  In part 2, Dr. Gordon examines the biblical exegesis behind the first three chapters of Genesis.

(35.6 minutes)
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See also articles by Dennis Gordon in Christian Odyssey magazine:

Creation and Evolution: How Did God Bring About the Rich Variety of Species on Earth?

No Contest: Why the Argument Over Genesis?

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J. Michael Feazell: We’re back for part two. Thanks for being here. We were talking about Genesis 1, and the structure and the presentation of who God is, if we could pick up there.

Dennis Gordon: The context is that the main issue in Genesis 1 is who is God? Well, he’s the Creator of everything that the pagans worship. The God of Israel is the great Creator. The issue is, therefore, monotheism versus polytheism, one God versus many gods.

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Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 3

Dr. Dennis Gordon

Dennis Gordon: Exploring Biblical Creation - Part 3

Dennis Gordon, an ordained minister and marine biologist, explores the biblical account of creation in a three-part series. In part 3, Dr. Gordon discusses current perspectives on creationism.

(27.4 minutes)
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Be sure to watch parts 1 and 2 of this series with Dr. Gordon.

See also articles by Dennis Gordon in Christian Odyssey magazine:

Creation and Evolution: How Did God Bring About the Rich Variety of Species on Earth?

No Contest: Why the Argument Over Genesis?

For a PDF of the interviews and articles, click here.

J. Michael Feazell: Thanks for coming back. We’re continuing with what we were talking about before. Let’s talk about the idea of young-earth creation, what some of the basic tenets of that are, and where it goes wrong.

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