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1 minutes | May 12, 2020
Resonate Sessions UpdateThank you all for listening to Resonate Sessions. We are going to be putting the podcast on the shelf for now, and will not be recording additional episodes for the foreseeable future. We hope to bring it back and dust it off in the future, but for now this is all we’ve got. If you have any feedback or questions, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
34 minutes | May 5, 2020
Session #7 - Chris Routen
In conversation with Chris Routen (Twitter: @chrisrouten), Pastor of Resonate Eugene, about “Learnership” and exploring the implications of learning for leadership, and for our everyday walks with Jesus. Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye) presses in with questions fleshing out why learning is such an important character trait for everyone to grow in, and how our conceptions about learning may be misinformed. —Books List Mentioned in the Podcast— //Spiritual Growth ● Prodigal God- Tim Keller ● Cost of Discipleship- Dietrich Bonhoeffer ● The Pursuit of God- AW Tozer //Personal & Team Leadership ● Designed to Lead- Eric Geiger ● Extreme Ownership- Jocko Willink ● Power of Positive Leadership- Jon Gordon ● Leadership and the One Minute Manager- Ken Blanchard ● Turn the Ship Around- Marquet //On Mission ● Movements that Changed the World- Steve Addison ● Family on Mission- Mike and Sally Breen ● The Forgotten Ways- Alan Hirsch ● The Fuel and The Flame- Steve Shadrach ● Reason for God- Tim Keller //On Church Leadership ● New to Five- Christopherson & Moore ● 1000 Churches- Stetzer & Im ● Dangerous Calling- Paul David Tripp ● 5Q- Alan Hirsch ● Total Church- Tim Chester —360 Exercise Mentioned in the Podcast— For this exercise, take some time to talk to the people who are around you. Coworkers, friends, family, people who lead you, and those you lead. Pick a few people and prompt them with a thought: “I want to get a better view of who I am by asking people around me and close to me. I’m wondering if you’d be willing to give me feedback about what you see in me that I might not see in myself” -What abilities or untapped potential do I have that I don’t see in myself? Person 1: Person 2: Person 3: -What do I think that I’m better at than I actually am? Person 1: Person 2: Person 3: -How do you think I could grow as a learner? Person 1: Person 2: Person 3:
37 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Session #6 - Josh + Amy Martin
Josh and Amy Martin in conversation with Host Brian Frye (Twitter @brifrye). They discuss their personal experience adopting their daughter, and the spiritual implications adoption has for the believer. Josh (Twitter: @joshmmartin) is the pastor of Resonate Pullman and author of the memoir, Saturday Nothing: The Words I Wrote While Waiting on Jesus. He was one of the original church-planters who started Resonate Church at its first location in Pullman Washington.Josh and Amy adopted through CCAI, but would recommend several agencies and encourage listeners to look into their local foster care opportunities. For more information on adoption they recommend the following books and resources.Organizations, Books and Resources:-New Day Charities-Love Without Boundaries-Karen Purvis Institute of Child Development-The Connected Child by David R. Cross, Karyn B. Purvis and Wendy Lyons Sunshine-Talking to Young Children About Adoption By Mary Watkins and Dr. Susan Fisher, M.D.-Orphanology Tony Merida-Jason Johnson Blog-The Empowered Parent Podcast-Russel Moore on Adoption
38 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Session #5 - Keith Wieser
There is a season for everything under the sun. In this week's session, Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye), and Resonate’s Lead Pastor Keith Wieser (Twitter: @keithwieser) talk through the implications of different seasons, the emotional and mental health implications of difficult seasons, and the season we are all together in now. In their discussion they explore the intersection of worldview and difficulty, prosperity Christianity, and the differences between an owned and an inherited faith. “Maybe I have been consuming Christianity, but my basic mindset has been the same as the rest of culture, I just have a different group of friends. When that happens, you cannot interpret the world around you very well. You can’t have a Christian worldview. There is just a Secular worldview you have put a Christian veneer over.” —Keith Wieser
29 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Session #4 - Colin Luoma
Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye) in conversation with Resonate Monmouth’s site pastor Colin Luoma. After Easter, we are celebrating the reality that Jesus is alive. Brian and Colin explore what implications this reality has on the life of every believer, and how we can each discern the will of the living God in our lives. Colin (Twitter: @colin_luoma) was a part of the initial church planting team to Ellensburg, Washington and Central Washington University. Later he moved as the site pastor to plant at Western Oregon University (WOU) in Monmouth, Oregon. Resonate Monmouth is now preparing to send out a church planting team to Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon.
32 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Session #3 - Jacob Dahl
In this week’s episode Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye) speaks with Jacob Dahl about this season of Wilderness, what it exposes in each of us, and how we can press into calling in this time. In their discussion they discuss calling, and Jacob shares how his calling came out of crisis and failure. This week's discussion touches on some of the cultural coping trends that have surfaced from social-distancing and quarantining. These include pornography use trends, marijuana sales and gun sales. What does crisis reveal about our calling? What does crisis reveal about our coping? What do we do if we have been coping poorly?Jacob Dahl (Twitter: @jacobdahl) is the Resonate Church site pastor in Ellensburg Washington, home to Central Washington University. He and his wife Jessica were sent out as the first 21x21 church planting site, and have been living and serving in Ellensburg since 2014.
33 minutes | Mar 31, 2020
Session #2 - Keith Evans
In this session Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye) and Resonate’s own “Pastor to the Pastors” Keith Evans talk about dealing with anxieties, hard days, and some of the hard questions that have surfaced in the midst of SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19). This session explores difficult questions like, how can God be good if He allows things like COVID-19 to happen? In their conversation they discuss practical ways to stay on track during social distancing, how Christians can hold joy and sorrow simultaneously in the midst of suffering, and ways to respond to grief and hardships. Keith Evans (Twitter: @JKeith_Evans) has over 35 years of ministry experience, including 23 years as lead pastor of Greater Gresham Church in Gresham, Oregon. He is a trustee of the International Mission Board, and currently heads Pastor Care Ministries with his wife Beverly.
27 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
Session #1 - Keith Wieser
In this week’s session Host Brian Frye (Twitter: @brifrye) and Lead Pastor Keith Wieser sit down to discuss the implications of SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19), and how the current pandemic is shaping culture, the church, and Resonate Church Network. They discuss what it means to be a church community in a season in which people are scattered, historical and social “ruts,” how we are adapting as a church community, and what the church ultimately is. Keith Wieser (Twitter: @keithwieser) is the Lead Pastor for Resonate Church Network in the US Pacific Northwest. Resonate is a collegiate church planting network that is currently in the midst of a church planting initiative called 21x21. More on 21x21 can be found at resonate.net/21x21
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