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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.”

Jul 30, 2012

The church has been trying to learn from the business world for decades. Marketing strategies, focus groups, and other crossovers are the subject of many books and have built some large organizations. However, there are better lessons to learn from the entrepreneurs working to build their businesses. We can change the...

Jul 27, 2012

(From The Foundations Archive) It! What is It? We're all looking for It! It must be all we need. We spend a lot of time and money trying to find It or to be It. It is the coming thing and we all want to be a part of It. Right?

Jul 25, 2012

In the three years since I recorded the two episodes on having an Autistic son, a lot has happened. Our son has grown but still presents some huge challenges. I get very real in this episode and reveal what life is like with Nathan. Maybe you'll be encouraged by the triumphs and problems we face.

Jul 23, 2012

There are riots in Spain. The Spanish government has recently begun to cut spending for social services and other spending. The people didn't react well. Whenever anyone depends on something it can have an effect like a drug addition. With one exception, that is.

Jul 20, 2012

In responce to a statement made by a large and well known company's CEO, an activist asked the question, "What's holier than the bottom line?" Not that I would expect him to understand, but there is much to be learned from his question. His position was that the statements would lead to boycotts and a loss of...