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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.”

Aug 31, 2012

(From The Foundations Archive) Superheroes are huge box office and some say it's proof that we're still looking for heroes in our world. What really makes for real heroes? Is it the fearless, swaggering characters that cross our movie and television screens or is it something else? What does it really take to be a hero...

Aug 29, 2012

(From The Foundational Truth Archive) Sal Alinsky's teachings are some of the most dangerous ever uttered in the hallowed halls of academia. In earlier times, he would have been run out on a rail. Now, his folowers and adherents are in the halls of power. Much worse, they are in positions to greatly hurt the church...

Aug 27, 2012

For one group, expressing their opinion is freedom of speech. For Christians, it's hate and bigotry. There's a growing antireligious bias in this country centered in a few key groups. We knew to expect this persecution since Jesus warned us. The important issues is what we do about it when confronted by the double...

Aug 24, 2012

Yes, we're talking about sex again. With everything going on out there, we need to. More stories on sexual attitudes, porn, and entertainment hit this week that layout the continuing shift in our sexual views and attitudes. We really are affected by them. Tune in for details and some resolution with hope.

Aug 22, 2012

You're a hypocrite! Don't feel too bad about it because so is everyone else. There isn't a single person who professes Christ who doesn't have areas of his life that are still full of sin. The question is what do we do about it? How do we handle it when we get confronted with it?