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Episode 28: "Realigning" (with special guest David Fitch)

ing Podcast

On today’s episode, ing host Rev. Dr. Dennis Edwards sits down with his good friend, David Fitch, a professor, author, pastor, and one of the co-founders of Missio Alliance. He'll be discussing this current cultural moment, as well as themes from his book published on Herald Press' The Jesus Way series, What is the Church, and Why Does It Exist? Today’s episode was brought to you by Mosaic Mennonite Conference, a community of congregations and non-profit ministries committed to living like Jesus together in our broken and beautiful world. Find out more at MosaicMennonites.org We are grateful for the continued support of Everence, a faith-based financial services organization who believe it's possible to incorporate your faith and values with your decisions about money. To take a closer look at the difference it makes when your financial services company is rooted in something more than making a profit visit Everence.com. Securities offered through ProEquities Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. ~ing Podcast is a production of MennoMedia, a nonprofit Publisher that creates thoughtful, Anabaptist resources to enrich faith in a complex world. To find out more, visit us online at MennoMedia.org

54mins

6 Apr 2021

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#20 – DAVID FITCH: Kerk Zijn in 3 cirkels – de onderbroken cirkel

De Kerkvaderexpres

Kerk zijn in het klein, dat is voorlopig de weg voorwaarts. In deze aflevering vertelt David Fitch hoe hij iedere vrijdagavond van zijn huis een ontmoetingsplek maakt voor vrienden, buren en onbekend - gelovig en ongelovig dwars door elkaar. Gedurende de aflevering kraak ik een beetje: is deze intentionele gastvrijheid een mooi idee, of voor mij toch te geforceerd? David Fitch heeft veel ervaring opgedaan met het starten van nieuwe kerken. Zijn centrale thema: aanwezigheid. Kerk Zijn gaat over Gods aanwezigheid in de wereld. In zijn in 2018 vertaalde boek Merkbaar aanwezig zijn schetst hij de kerk als in de wereld aanwezig zijn in drie cirkels: de intieme, de onderbroken en de halve cirkel. In deze aflevering gaat het over de onderbroken cirkel. Beluister/abonneer via: SpotifyiTunes/Apple PodcastsOf klik op: Gehoord in deze aflevering: Het boek Merkbaar aanwezig op bol.comHet hele verhaal van David Fitch tijdens de conferentie van missie.nu op YouTubeMijn open brief over Kerk Zijn in tijden van corona digitaal

21mins

30 Sep 2020

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31 David Fitch on Freedom From Faith that Divides

Betwixt Podcast at the Intersection of Faith & Culture

“Let’s forget nation-state politics until we can engage practically the injustices going on in our towns and villages in which we live.”David Fitch is the B. R. Lindner Chair of Evangelical Theology at Northern Seminary in Chicago. He is also the founding pastor of Life on the Vine Christian Community- a missional church in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago. Many of you may know Fitch as a leading voice in conversations about culture and missiology. You can find more about him on his website reclaimingthemission.com and this podcast Theology on Mission.We find ourselves in a precarious and liminal time. And many of us grieve our angry culture that seems obsessed with antagonism. In his book the Church of Us vs Them, Fitch contends that the Church has been swept up in this Us-vs-them mentality that has turned us into an ‘enemy-making machine. This episode expolores how we got here and how we can free ourselves from a faith that feeds on division. And because this episode is about handling antagonisms, I take the opportunity to throw Fitch a few hand grenade questions! So stay tuned and see how he handles them!“When we extract belief out of practicing it in our everyday lives, it turns into a banner, an ideological cause that we rally people around. And we lose sight that God actually wants to work into our lives - transforming our lives into a way of life that witnesses the kingdom before the world.”

42mins

25 Sep 2020

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#19 – DAVID FITCH: Kerk Zijn in 3 cirkels – de intieme cirkel

De Kerkvaderexpres

Maximaal zes gasten, zei premier Rutte. Dat betekent dat we door kunnen met Kerk Zijn, maar dan wel in het klein. Hoe doe je dat? David Fitch heeft veel ervaring opgedaan met het starten van nieuwe kerken. Zijn centrale thema: aanwezigheid. Kerk Zijn gaat over Gods aanwezigheid in de wereld. In zijn in 2018 vertaalde boek Merkbaar aanwezig zijn schetst hij de kerk als in de wereld aanwezig zijn in drie cirkels: de intieme, de onderbroken en de halve cirkel. In deze aflevering staan we stil bij de eerste cirkel: kerk aan je eigen keukentafel met Jezus als gastheer. Beluister/abonneer via: SpotifyiTunes/Apple PodcastsOf klik op: Gehoord in deze aflevering: Het boek Merkbaar aanwezig op bol.comHet hele verhaal van David Fitch tijdens de conferentie van missie.nu op YouTubeMijn open brief over Kerk Zijn in tijden van corona digitaal

20mins

22 Sep 2020

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Post-Christendom and the Missional Leader with David Fitch

The Intersection Podcast

S3E14 :: For this “Countdown to the Intersection Conference” mini-series, we’re interviewing our speakers to build anticipation for all the goodness coming your way Sept 16-17. Today, our host Erik Willits and Bishop Todd Hunter interview Dr. David Fitch of Northern Seminary about how leaders can embody presence, not power, in post-Christendom—and what could happen when we stop trying to win.  For show notes and past episodes, please visit teloscollective.com/blog

49mins

27 Aug 2020

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August 9, 2020 - David Fitch Interview

Red Letter Christians Podcast

Tony interviews professor, pastor, and author of, "The Church of Us Vs. Them", David Fitch. Tune in for a conversation on the role of the Church in dealing with cultural antagonisms and the ways that Christians, often times, exacerbate those antagonisms by falling into “banner-making” rather than discernment and reconciliation.

25mins

17 Aug 2020

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Can the Church Move Beyond Making Enemies? - David Fitch (Ep 59)

The Daily Growth Discipleship Podcast

In John 17, Jesus prayed, "Holy Father, keep them in your name, which you have given me, that they may be one, even as we are one." You don't have to look far among Christians these days to realize we are terrible at this thing Jesus prayed for in John 17. Legitimate issues of racism and how we can best love our neighbor become an arena in which we attempt to prove our point no matter the cost. In this episode, David offers a solution that we believe hits the nail on the head. Instead of choosing one side or the other, he calls us back to the Christ who saved us and to our calling as Christ's presence in the world. Check out the full show notes and resources for this episode at dailygrowthdiscipleship.com. Get your copy of the Daily Growth Journal and start creating a lifestyle of discipleship with the simple practice of journaling.

57mins

10 Aug 2020

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Merkbaar Aanwezig - de theologie van David Fitch

Kerk en samenleving

Ik spreek met collega Rocco Rausch over de invloed van theoloog en kerkplanter David Fitch op zijn leven. We bespreken de principes uit zijn boek "Merkbaar aanwezig". We hebben het over de drie cirkels en de zeven disciplines. Het boek van David kun je bestellen via CAMA Zending: https://cama.nl/merkbaaraanwezig/

43mins

16 May 2020

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Special Edition- David Fitch: "Beyond Egalitarianism"

The Ecclesia Leadership Podcast

Dave Fitch spoke at the Ecclesia National Gathering in 2014- here he is speaking about moving beyond hierarchies in "Beyond Egalitarianism."--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ecclesianet/support

1hr 6mins

11 Nov 2019

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11 For the Sake of the World Pt 2 (with David Fitch)

The Eternal Current Podcast

How can we actively engage the very real issues of our world without simply adding to the ugliness? Can a Christian be involved in culture, politics, and real life, or must we only focus on “spiritual matters”? Pastor, writer, and theologian David Fitch invites us into the themes and concrete practices of his subversive and inspiring new book “The Church of Us Vs Them”.

38mins

21 Oct 2019

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