Vacations

Summer is a time when many people take their vacations but we are talking something a little deeper. We are trying to get at just why resting is such an important thing to society that it is built in to the 10 Commandments! Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to learn more…

Dear Church

This week we talk about Pastor Lenny Duncan’s book, “Dear Church: A Love Letter From a Black Preacher to the Whitest Denomination in the U.S.” Partly because there is an book tour event coming up on Monday, June 22nd at Central but mostly because it’s a pretty amazing read. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to learn more.

Camp Songs

This Little Light of Mine… Kumbaya… And God Told Noah… Johnny Appleseed... Yup, all classic songs sung by Lutherans. This week we, neither of which grew up Lutheran, tackle the subject of songs inspired by Pastor Amanda’s week at camp. Curious if either of us sing during the podcast? Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to find out!

Church Income 2019

Money. Most people are uncomfortable talking about. Nobody likes to ask for it. Sadly, churches like Central are not NPR with a regularly scheduled pledge drives nor do they have any funding backups. That brings us to this week’s discussion of income and what has changed specifically in 2019. Curious? Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to learn more…


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Funding Beloved Spaces

Notre Dame burned this week. It struck a cord for millions around the world and we are taking the opportunity to talk about what it means to be a steward for such a place. Who’s responsibility is it to maintain and how do you even begin to do that for a place that monumental? Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to find out our thoughts…

Religious Kitsch

Thank you, once again to Lent Madness for providing our topic for the week! They are at the third level of the saint bracket where they have already given you background information (Round 1) and quotes and writings (Round 2), so in Round 3 they have a little fun with the remaining 8. Is there a line to draw between good clean religious kitsch and offensive religious kitsch? Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us to learn more!