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All For The One Podcast
4 minutes | Aug 10, 2022
WE'RE BACK: Introducing the "All For The One" Podcast
The All For The One Podcast is presented by First Christian Church in Canton, Ohio.To learn more about FCC or get connected, visit firstchristian.com.#AllForTheOne #JesusForAllPeople
14 minutes | Oct 8, 2020
It's the biggest update episode of all time since our last update episode!
Where has 2020 gone? It's been a crazy year. In some ways it's felt like the longest year ever, and in other ways it's blown by so fast that all of our heads are spinning. But despite all the chaos, God is continuing to move and good things are happening all the time!With that in mind, Ryan and Jimmy are excited to bring you a quick update about some exciting things that are coming up at FCC, including: An announcement about Kids' Ministry reopening Some news about an awesome outdoor worship service and baptism celebration that's right around the corner Quick updates on Cafe Disco, Student Ministry, Harvest Meal, DD Sunday How to get involved and find a place to serve and more! We can't wait to see you again soon, FCC! In the meantime, don't miss our weekend livestreams and remember, you can always find ways to connect (even digitally) at The Hub.
55 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Roundtable Discussion on Racism, Justice, and the Church
In this special episode of the Jesus for All People podcast, FCC's Lead Pastor, Ryan Rasmussen, sits down with Pastor Walter Moss and Christopher Lynch for a roundtable discussion on racism, injustice, and how followers of Jesus can and should respond to current events with love, understanding, and empathy. Our vision is to be a church where Jesus is for all people. For us, this conversation is a challenge to be a community that reflects the call in Micah 6:8, to “do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.”We hope this conversation challenges you to pause and consider how you can love your community better than ever before and be a part of healing and positive change. If you’re inspired by this conversation, we want to encourage you to share this podcast with others who would benefit from it. And don’t forget to subscribe and rate the podcast so that others will be more likely to discover it as well.If you'd like to view the video version of this conversation, it's available on YouTube. For more about First Christian Church, visit us online at firstchristian.com.Our weekend services stream every Sunday at 9:30am, 11am, and 6:30pm on YouTube and Facebook.
7 minutes | May 24, 2020
Reopening FCC: A Special Announcement from Pastor Ryan
These past few months have been trying, to say the least. Navigating new normals with such suddenness has not come without bumps in the road. But as a church, First Christian has not wavered in our call to reach out to all people and offer opportunities for growth in Jesus. Best of all, people are still coming to Jesus.As comforting as it is to know that spiritual life at FCC continues even when our physical building is closed, you may be asking, “When will our doors open back up?” With that in mind, we want to share some information about our answer to that question!This special episode of the "Jesus for All People" podcast is a message from Pastor Ryan explaining the vision and heart behind our reopening plan. Give it a listen and then go check out all the details.We can't wait to see you again soon, FCC!In the meantime, don't miss our weekend livestreams and remember, you can always find ways to connect (even digitally) at The Hub.
53 minutes | Oct 1, 2019
All For The One
This month Ryan tries to keep the gang on track as conversation goes a little bit everywhere. Eventually significant chat ensues about evangelism. Also, Shawn Maurer, FCC’s Next Steps Pastor, joins the round table and Ryan interviews Petie Kinder from Traders Point Christian Church about multisite church.
32 minutes | Sep 1, 2019
Change is Coming!
In episode eight Ryan and Jimmy give a quick update on all the change coming to FIrst Christian this fall. Big vision casts, upcoming building renovations, new team members, and more! Ryan also sits down with Seth Heller, FCC’s new Worship Arts Pastor, for a little “getting to know”.
60 minutes | Jul 31, 2019
Laughter Is The Best Medicine
Admit it, life can feel a little heavy at times, can’t it? This month Ryan, Jimmy, Silent Davis, and Leah talk about how laughter really is the best medicine... and things get a little, uh, funny. Also, Ryan sits down with comedian Jonnie W to talk about the craft that is stand up.
53 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
The MANLIEST Episode Yet
Better late than never! This month’s episode comes in right at the buzzer with an all dude round table. Things get especially crazy as Ryan’s dad joins in on the fun. Ryan apologizes to Jimmy for being bad at softball, the guys share sex talk stories, and Scott Nickell, teaching pastor at Southland Christian Church, gives insight on what it means to be a man chasing after God. Happy belated Fathers Day!
43 minutes | May 21, 2019
It Takes A Village Q&A
The gang is back and joined at the round table by the infamous Kyle Reed, FCC’s wildest new staff member! Also, Ryan takes some time to answer submitted questions on the subject of family.
22 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
Let's Talk Disability Ministry!
In honor of our upcoming Disability Ministry Sunday the gang is joined by FCC’s Disability Ministry Pastor, George White. Also along for the ride are First Christian Day Service superstars Al & Joey!! If there’s one thing we can all agree on after this episode it’s that no one deserves to get dumped on Taco Tuesday.
42 minutes | Mar 4, 2019
God's Voice or Bad Pizza?
Have you ever struggled with discerning God’s call for your life? Should you take the job or not? Should you move your family or stay put? Our good friend, Brad Hammond, joins us to talk “calling” and drop some knowledge.Also, we promise we do thorough background checks when hiring staff but Monica Peters, FCC’s Pre-Teen Coordinator, might cause you to question that as she joins the round table. Get woke, y’all!
46 minutes | Feb 12, 2019
An Honest Conversation On Leadership
It might be cold outside but this episode is HOT like fire! FCC Student Pastor, Bryan Shelley, joins the round table and confesses his undying love for Cincinnati. Also, Ryan admits to stealing merch from a conference he once spoke at.Last but not least, Jason Lantz, Vision Leader at RiverTree Christian Church, offers honest leadership insight. In 2017 Jason was listed as one of the Top 20 Leaders Under 40 by About Stark Magazine and is the founder of the One Church Movement, which seeks to multiply leaders and transform communities with the good news of Jesus. You can find out more at onechurchmove.com.
33 minutes | Jan 15, 2019
It's A New Year!
Coming at you FRESH in 2019, the gang talks resolutions and Jimmy admits to cramping up while eating cereal. Also, Ryan sits down with Paula Williams, a transgender person who shares her journey with us. This episode is so FRESH we can’t handle it!
26 minutes | Oct 15, 2018
Q&A Part 2
We’re back with part two of our Q&A episodes! This time around we look at what the Bible says about women’s roles in the local church and whether the sabbath is Saturday, Sunday, or does it matter at all?
42 minutes | Aug 30, 2018
Q&A Part 1
In this episode Ryan, Jimmy and Charlotte take a brief departure from the typical format to do a little Q&A. They also hit on some of the hottest news stories and Ryan tries to give parameters for when it’s appropriate to start a GoFundMe account.
53 minutes | Jul 13, 2018
Let's Talk Creativity!
This month we discuss why creativity matters and Ryan professes his love for those old, rectangle school pizzas we were all served in high school cafeterias. We also sat down with Chris Sligh, who you may remember as a top ten finalist on the sixth season of American Idol. After Idol, Chris launched into life in the music industry and makes a living being creative.
61 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
We Started A Podcast!
On this month's episode Ryan, Jimmy, and Char discuss embarrassing things Ryan has said in sermons, Jimmy admits to stalking professional athletes, and the three discuss what the phrase "Jesus for all people" means to them. Also, Caleb Kaltenbach, author of books Messy Grace and God of Tomorrow sits down with Ryan. Caleb's parents divorced when he was two years old and each entered into homosexual lifestyles. Caleb grew up and became a pastor, giving him a unique perspective on ministering to the LGBTQ community.
1 minutes | Jun 4, 2018
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