Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

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.”

Dec 2, 2013

On November 17th, shortly after 11AM, the small Illinois community of Washington was devastated by an F4 tornado that cut a diagonal path across the length of the town. The destruction was tremendous. In the aftermath, many people were asking questions, "Why would God allow this?" and "Where was God?" These...

Oct 14, 2013

In a world gone wild, freedom has been redefined by the sexual rules of the flesh. This affects not only the current political realm but Christian liberty as well. The church has done a poor job of handling the issue. In the light of real liberty, how is sex to be handled? Can we help the culture shift without...

Oct 7, 2013

"Where the Spirit of The Lord is, there is freedom." We sing it all the time, but do we really understand what were saying? Do we live it? What would it look like if we did? What exactly are we free from, anyway?

Sep 30, 2013

To everything there is a season. The old song says, "No change is permanent, but change is." That means that nothing in our lives are permanent. There is a time for everything, some longer than others. Change isn't easy. When we reach a crossroads of a change in life, how do we know which way to go?

Sep 19, 2013

Life and death are in the power of the tongue. Knowing the difference between correction and attack is essential to protecting your heart. More importantly, there is a great responsibility for the words we speak. What is our part of the equation? Where does our responsibility end? What happens when truth collides...