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Ed Bacon

21 Podcast Episodes

Latest 18 Sep 2021 | Updated Daily

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Our Internal Invincible Summer -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Reverend Ed Bacon

23mins

20 Jun 2021

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Conversations with our Priests: The Rev. Ed Bacon and Dr. (Ret) Barbara (Bobbi) Patterson

Cathedral Bookstore

Please join as The Rev. Ed Bacon and The Rev. Dr. (Ret) Barbara (Bobbi) Patterson discuss the following topic: Christianity Must Revise Itself Or Die

58mins

7 May 2021

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Who or What? -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Rev. Ed Bacon, preacher

23mins

21 Mar 2021

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Healing a Disoriented Spirit -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Rev. Ed Bacon, preacher

22mins

31 Jan 2021

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The Power of "With" -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Gospel: Matthew 5:1-12

21mins

1 Nov 2020

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Deep Healing -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Rev. Ed Bacon, preacher The Gospel: Luke 4:14-21

20mins

18 Oct 2020

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We Are Created to Be in Community with Rev. Ed Bacon

2020 New Thought Walden Awards Podcast Series

Rev. Ed Bacon believes that you cannot discriminate or be a practitioner of bigotry if you call yourself a Christian. Rev. Bacon is a proponent of interfaith and intercultural understanding, and he discusses his beliefs and life’s work. Rev. Bacon’s message is about creating a new narrative around Christianity without the fear, judgment, and guilt.Interviewed by Rev. Sheila McKeithen, J.D.

35mins

31 Aug 2020

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Jesus and Patriotism -

Sermons from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta

The Rev. Ed Bacon, preacher The Gospel: Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30 5 Pentecost | July 5, 2020 St. Luke's Episcopal Church | Atlanta, Georgia

22mins

5 Jul 2020

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EPISODE 105: Rev. Ed Bacon + Hope Hendricks Bacon Prove that Love is the Strongest Energy

Superhero of Love Podcast

When Hope Hendricks met Ed Bacon met she was on her way to a career as a speech pathologist and he to a career as an attorney. All that changed when God came knocking, and we are so lucky it did because she opened her heart and her mind and they started a beautiful journey that allowed them to both change thousands of lives for the better with love. Originally from the south, in 2016, they left All Saints Church in Pasadena where he was rector for over 20 years to return to the area.  With a home in Birmingham, AL but a full time gig in Atlanta, they straddle both cities, and are doing their best to "evolve forward" as Ed calls it, through the classism, racism, through this pandemic, through the political dissension. We are all in what Rev. Ed calls Pandemic University, and now amidst the George Floyd murder and protests, we are all being handed some very trying classes which he and Hope both help guide us through with a heavy dose of love and laughter.   You will hear about their relationship, how they navigate with love through even the difficult times weathering internal and external storms with a lot of grace...and laughter. This interview dives deep but it also grabs your heart and promises to lift you up, up, up during these very trying times. Rev. Ed's book (which Oprah Winfrey loved and celebrated) also couldn't be a more timely and helpful read.  Get it now wherever you buy your books for a major uplift for your heart and soul: You will hear Rev. Ed speak about the event of June 1st with Dr. Catherine Meeks.  Click here to view the recording: "Time of Lament" with Rev. Bacon + Dr. Meeks

45mins

4 Jun 2020

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Stanley Hauerwas and Ed Bacon: Faithful Dissent: Loving Our Way into a Brighter Tomorrow

The ChurchNext Podcast

We live in increasingly divisive times. From politics to sports, the gift of human difference can quickly become a chasm of serious discord and division. What does it mean for good Christians to disagree? How do we do so faithfully? Should Christians protest? How should they do so? In this episode we get answers from two prominent and in many ways, opposing camps. Social activist Ed Bacon believes Christians should be at the cutting edge of social protest. Ethicist Stanley Hauerwas believes Christians best shine their light by living faithful lives, as people distinct from the world. Their views come to light in these four sessions: Finding Christ in Conflict The Nature of Dissent Witness and Dissent How We Dissent

34mins

14 Jan 2019

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