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Jesus' Outsider

The Jesus’ Outsider Podcast is for everyone but tackles the subjects that the most churches avoid. That’s the other part of the mission. As outsiders, we can discuss topics that sitting pastors may not feel comfortable discussing.

Our mission is to bring these challenging subjects and more to the Body of Christ at large. We want to see people set free from the bondage of sin and from the stigmas of being outside of what society considers normal. Our central scripture is Isaiah 61:1-3 focusing on “binding up the broken hearted, setting the captives free, and proclaiming liberty to those in prison.”

May 30, 2012

(From The Foundations Archive) Is Rock & Roll from the devil? Will you burn in hell for listening to southern gospel? Are hymns the secret to salvations? Does music really make a difference? Why do we fight about it?

May 28, 2012

This Memorial Day, remember why you can grill those steaks, burgers, and brats. This is a time of gratitude to all those who have worn the uniform our country. Today's episode includes some very special audio and music including Private Gregg by singer/songwriter Ted Hoenstein, military hymns, and a special message from...

May 25, 2012

(From the Archives) What is the experience that people with mental illness have in the church? What kind of reception do they receive if it's more severe than depression? Tune in to this archived episode from Foundations for a first hand account.

May 23, 2012

What is the proper way to leave a church? There are a lot of opinions on it and some of them are more about keeping a kingdom together than they are about keeping THE Kingdom together. Right and wrong ways to depart and reasons to leave today on Jesus' Outsider.

May 21, 2012

In "Subdivisions," Rush sang that in the suburbs, "nowhere is the dreamer or the misfit so alone." As I have grown up and spent years following Christ and in His church, I find that there is one place where dreamers feel even more issolated and alone.