The Way Home: Tish Warren on the Rhythms of Lent

In this episode of the special edition of the Easter podcast, I am joined by Tish Warren, a gifted writer, Anglican priest, and very eloquent defender of Christian orthodoxy and the key doctrines of the Christian faith. She is the author of the book “Liturgy of the Ordinary” and her latest book “Prayer in the…

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How Pastors Can Combat Conspiracy Theories

It came as a text from a very close friend: “Did you know Mike Pence is part of a global human trafficking ring?” I didn’t really even know where to begin. I know people who have worked closely with the former vice president and repeatedly vouch for his character and integrity. What’s more, if a…

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The Way Home: Aaron Damiani on the liturgy of lent

This week on The Way Home podcast, I launch a special Easter series focused on the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus alongside my new book “The Characters of Easter.” Today, Aaron Damiani, Anglican pastor at Immanuel Anglican Church in Chicago, joins me to talk about the liturgy of lent. In this conversation, he helps us…

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The Way Home: Susie Larson on everyday faithfulness

This week on The Way Home podcast I am joined by Susie Larson, Christian radio host and prolific author. Susie’s latest book, “Prevail: 365 Days of Enduring Strength from God’s Word” was released in September and is full of theologically rich words of encouragement and strength. On this episode, we talk about her walk with…

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What do Christians Owe a President?

If you count my incoherent thoughts as a toddler, I’ve lived through the administrations of seven presidents and am now approaching life under the administration of a new one. On January 20th, former Vice-President Joe Biden put his hand on the Bible and took the oath of office to become America’s 46th President. Times like these…

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