This week we take a look at two letters Paul wrote - first the letter to a group of people in Colassae who seemed to need some reminders about the role of Christ in their faith. The second letter is a personal letter from Paul to Philemon, and it is packed with some passive-aggressive kind of language.
The Think & Drink group continues looking at the letter Paul wrote to Rome - with some discussions about predestination, free will, and an awesome list of women leaders.
Dr. Robyn Odegaard is a psychologist with continuing ed in nutrition, a TEDx Speaker, Co-Founder of Whole Food Muscle, and author. In her free time, she goes to public spaces with a sign saying she's #Happy2Listen - you will want to hear her story.
PARENTAL ADVISORY: This episode starts with a story that children and teens should not hear without a parent present.
What does justice have to do with scripture and with our lives?
First, some context on the opening moments of this podcast - there are times when hitting the "Record" button translates into "Pastor Edwin, let's hear some freestyle rap"
In addition to the opening rap, this episode explores some of the concepts Paul addresses in his follow-up letter to the people of Corinth.
In this episode, we explore Spiritual Gifts and Spiritual Fruit outlined by Paul.
The people of ancient Corinth were kind of into money, power, and status - as we try to wrap our minds around that concept, we look at how Paul addressed some of those issues.