Youth Ministry Collective Podcast

Wisdom from the field, for the field.

How Apostles Deal with Haters


The world sees a crisis. The apostle sees an opportunity. What looks like sure martyrdom turns out to be a bigger microphone.

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Oct-19-2019

The Treachery of Religion


The greatest threat to the gospel doesn't usually come from the outsiders but from the insiders. Religion can be treacherous.

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Oct-18-2019

How I Shaved My Head to Save My Butt


Whenever the inappropriate fear of people eclipses the appropriate fear of God, it's a short step to image management and control tactics.

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Oct-17-2019

The One Agenda Item That Could Redeem Most Church Meetings


Our meetings ought to look more like, "Reporting in detail what God had done among the Gentiles through this ministry."

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Oct-16-2019

Required Reading for Methodists: The Pilgrim’s Progress


For nearly two hundred years, John Bunyan’s iconic title The Pilgrim’s Progress was a staple part of the fabric of Methodism.

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Oct-15-2019

The Most Confounding Logic of Life


The confounding logic of eternal life is this: Die before you die and then all is life.

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Oct-15-2019

Know the Destination and Don’t Sweat the Details


Know the destination. Don't sweat the details. I think it's how the will of God works more often than not.

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Oct-14-2019

Cursing Our Enemies: Psalm 59


Every psalm becomes a pointer to greater realities that have been fulfilled in Jesus Christ.

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Oct-13-2019

Why the Early Church Had More in Common with AA Than Today’s Churches


We must learn to simply, meaningfully, and regularly send one another out into the mission of the gospel.

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Oct-12-2019

Christian Faith Lives Somewhere Between Dogmatism and Doubt


What happens to faith when it becomes too dogmatic? What about the kind that slides into perpetual doubt? In this video, Josh McNall recommends we adopt a model of faith that lives somewhere in-bet...

Oct-11-2019