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Impact Nations Podcast
53 minutes | a month ago
4-17 Laugh, Cry, or Scream (Blessed Are Those Who Are Persecuted)
Why is it that wherever the church is most radically committed to the Jesus way, there is the most persecution?Steve describes the persecution of several missionaries around the world that he has relationship with. He contrasts this to the “persecution” of being teased or passed over for a promotion in America. This puts everything into perspective.
58 minutes | a month ago
4-16 No Justice, No Peace (Blessed are the Peacemakers part 2)
Steve calls out what it looks like to live in our peacemaker anointing today.This week's episode is brought to you by our Christmas Catalog. While it may be too late to ship a necklace to your friend or mail a card, our e-cards mean that you can still give on behalf of a loved one and email them a Christmas card all at once.Shop now at www.impactnations.com/christmas
55 minutes | a month ago
4-15 A Divine Work (Blessed are the Peacemakers)
Steve teaches us to view peacemaking as the reflection and expression of the reality of Christ Himself.Peacemaking is not a passive sport. How do we live each day as peacemakers?This week's episode is brought to you by our Double Your Impact Campaign. Friends of the ministry have offered to match your gifts through December. Visit www.impactnations.com/give to double your Impact.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
4-14 The Fish Pond Has Me (Blessed are the Pure in Heart)
This week, as we resume our series on the Beatitudes, Steve asks what it means to be pure in heart, and teaches us to recognize the Father’s presence. This episode is brought to you by our Christmas Catalog. Head to www.impactnations.com/christmas to shop now.
73 minutes | 2 months ago
4-13 Texts Of Terror (Interview with Brian Zahnd)
Steve, Tim, and Brian discuss “Blessed are the Merciful” and God’s mercy as it plays out towards us. This takes theological, philosophical, and practical turns that are full of convicting action points.Check out Brian's website at www.brianzahnd.comIf you're looking for more beauty, sign up for our newsletter at www.impactnations.com/newsletter or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/impactnationsministries where we share stories of God's beautiful Gospel at work every day.
55 minutes | 2 months ago
4-12 The Road to true Mercy (Blessed are the Merciful)
Steve’s second part on the beatitude “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy” is a challenging examination of what it looks like to truly be merciful. This goes beyond simply agreeing with the beatitude and actually doing the uncomfortable work to become merciful.This week’s episode is brought to you by Impact Nations’ “Double Your Impact” campaign. Friends of the ministry have pledged to double every donation up to a total of $60,000 until the end of December. Double your gift today at www.impactnations.com/give
63 minutes | 2 months ago
4-11 Tangible Mercy (Blessed Are the Merciful)
Steve helps us understand God's nature as merciful and how that affects the nature of His entire creation. How does His mercy affect us and our relationships?This episode is brought to you by our Christmas Catalog. Find amazing stories of restoration and hope and ways to get involved at www.impactnations.com/christmas.
54 minutes | 3 months ago
4-10 Don't Fall Off (Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness)
In this teaching Steve discusses the implications of the beatitude “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness”. He helps us understand why we need to be poor in spirit, mourning, and meek before we can truly thirst for righteousness.Additionally, Steve looks at what it looks like to be filled “For they shall be filled…”This week’s episode is brought to you by this year’s Christmas Catalog. Check it out at www.impactnations.com/christmas
52 minutes | 3 months ago
4-9 More Guilt Trips than a Travel Agent (with Frank Viola)
This week Tim sits down with Frank Viola to discuss Frank’s book, Insurgence: Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom. They get into what the Kingdom of God really is and what it looks like to live with your allegiance to His Kingdom.This week’s episode is brought to you by the Impact Nations 2020 Christmas Catalog. Get your Christmas shopping started today at www.impactnations.com/christmasTo subscribe to the Impact Nations Podcast, visit www.impactnations.com/podcastLearn more about Frank’s new book at http://Insurgence.orgFollow Frank's A-List Blog at http://frankviola.orgCheck out The Insurgence Podcast: http://theInsurgence.net
65 minutes | 3 months ago
4-8 Trickle Down Gospel (Matt McDonald and Chris Armistad)
This week Tim is joined by the pastor of Family Church, Matt McDonald, and church elder, Chris Armistad, to discuss the third beatitude, Blessed are the Meek.This week's episode is brought to you by the newest book in the Impact Nations' book store, The Beatitudes for a Time of Crisis. In his newest book, Steve draws upon ancient and modern sources to reveal the paradox of what many have called "Christ's biography".Purchase your copy at www.impactnations.com/beatitudesTo learn more about Family Church and to see Pastor Matt's teaching, visit https://familychurchnm.comTo subscribe to the Impact Nations Podcast, visit www.impactnations.com/podcast
62 minutes | 3 months ago
4-7 Love is Our Law (Blessed are the Meek)
In this episode, Steve brings the Beatitude “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth” to bear on our modern lives today. What does it look like to be meek? Why should we be meek? Do we have role models? What does meekness have to do with politics?All of these questions take the beatitude from being just a nice concept to challenging the intuitive way we see and act in the world. Not only does this beatitude affect our personal lives, it should change our corporate behaviour as His Church…This episode is brought to you by Brad Jersak’s new book “The Pastor: A Crisis”. Check out the audio sample at here.For an autographed copy of this exciting book, visit www.premierecollectibles.com/pastor.For a hard copy in Canada, visit www.houseofjames.com.For the Kindle version, click here.Finally, for the audio version, click here.
69 minutes | 4 months ago
4-6 Church is for the Broken (Interview with Annabelle Nakabiri and Mike Brawan)
Tim and Steve sit down with Mike and Annabelle to discuss the Beatitudes. Specifically, they discuss "Blessed are those who mourn."They delve into what it means to mourn, how to mourn well, and how corporate repentance can lead to deep healing.This weeks episode is brought to you by both our Daughters of Destiny program led by Mike and our School of Purpose which is led by Annabelle.
61 minutes | 4 months ago
4-5 Its not Marx, Its Christ (Interview with Brad Jersak)
Steve, Brad, and Tim discuss poverty of spirit. How does one bankrupt their ego? Is there a connection between this beatitude and idolatry?This week's episode is brought to you by our From the Field Collection of handcrafted jewelry, ornaments, macrame and more. Our friends in Nepal are so excited to be supporting themselves in part through this merchandise. Get 20% off when you buy four or more items with the discount code "podcast-nepal". Shop now at www.impactnations.com/nepal.
54 minutes | 4 months ago
4-4 Existential Mourning (Blessed are Those Who Mourn)
This week we delve into Jesus' thoughts on mourning. Interestingly, our prayer life will change as we come to understand mourning through Jesus' blessing.This week's episode is brought to you by our From the Field Collection of handcrafted jewelry, ornaments, macrame and more. Our friends in Nepal are so excited to be supporting themselves in part through this merchandise. Get 20% off when you buy four or more items with the discount code "podcast-nepal". Shop now at www.impactnations.com/nepal.
52 minutes | 4 months ago
4-3 Beautifying the Afflicted (Blessed are the Poor in Spirit)
In this episode, Steve discusses the idea of blessing. What does it mean to be blessed?He also delves into what kind of poverty is being referenced by “Poor in spirit”.The poor are those who are poor and feel crushed by it. Those who are poor and cry out because of it. There are also spiritual aspects to this discussion...Finally, Steve posers the question of "why". Why is it that the poor are blessed?This week's episode is brought to you by our new merchandise page. All profits from our merchandise go to bring sustainable skills and business training to poor communities in Uganda, Kenya, Nepal, and more.Start shopping now at www.impactnations.com/merchandise
42 minutes | 4 months ago
4-2 The Seventh Fire (Beatitudes with Brad Jersak)
Brad gives us his overview of the beatitudes and the sermon on the mount.He contends that the beatitudes are a refining fire that prepares us to represent Jesus to the world.This episode is brought to you by our new line of merchandise. This includes hoodies, mugs, tees, and more with sayings that you have likely heard on this podcast. 100% of the profits from this merchandise goes to our Skills & Business training program to empower some of the world's poorest people to start businesses and provide for their families.Visit www.impactnations.com/merchandise to shop today.
47 minutes | 5 months ago
4-1 Full of Paradox (Introduction to the Beatitudes)
Steve sets the scene, providing the context of the sermon on the mount, helping us see how the beatitudes can be a road map for the church and a means by which we immerse our lives in Christ.Today’s episode is brought to you by Steve’s new book “The Beatitudes for a Time of Crisis”. This is an excellent companion to this season of the podcast. If you preorder your copy today, we will send you the ebook version so that when your hard copy arrives, you can share it with a friend and tell them how much it has impacted your life. Order now as this offer ends October 9!
57 minutes | 7 months ago
0-9 State of the Union (with Randeep Mathews, Richard Mwesigye, Sue Walker, and Trinity Heavenz)
Tim & Steve give a full report on all that God has done through the Impact Nations family so far this year.
58 minutes | 7 months ago
0-8 They See God (Interview with Richard Mwesigye)
We're chatting with our partner, Richard Mwesigye, who is in the middle of feeding 500 families in 10 different villages in Uganda.The pandemic has caused mass starvation in the developing world. Impact Nations has provided over 750,000 meals since March 26th.We also talked about the long-term transformation of the village of Kalonga and our recent focus on business development and self-sustainability.We need your help! To give, visit www.impactnations.com/feeding
90 minutes | 8 months ago
0-7 Sins of Omission- A Conversations about Race (Interview with Brad Jersak and Gene Taylor)
In this special episode, Tim, Steve, Gene, and Brad discuss the current protests across America and the very important issues of race inequality, racism, the Black Lives Matter movement and more.
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