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Rick McKinley & Rabbi Walker discuss his book Faith for this Moment

For three generations, God's chosen people were exiles in the land of Babylon. Today, many Christians in America feel like exiles within their own country, and there is growing disagreement regarding how to live faithfully in this complex cultural moment. Some desire to conquer our Babylon and return to a type of Christendom they believe existed in an idealized past. Others seek to assimilate the values of our culture into the church. And in between are those who are uncomfortable with either extreme, who feel spiritually homeless. These exiles are looking for a new way of understanding what faith looks like in a polarized, pluralistic, post-Christian culture. They want to know: What does it mean to be the people of God now?That's the question Rick McKinley seeks to answer. He shows exiled Christians how people of faith from other times and places discovered how to live faithfully, prophetically, and imaginatively, neither compromising their principles nor their compassion, and never giving in to despair.

53mins

5 Apr 2020

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Rick McKinley & Rabbi Walker discuss his book Faith for this Moment

For three generations, God's chosen people were exiles in the land of Babylon. Today, many Christians in America feel like exiles within their own country, and there is growing disagreement regarding how to live faithfully in this complex cultural moment. Some desire to conquer our Babylon and return to a type of Christendom they believe existed in an idealized past. Others seek to assimilate the values of our culture into the church. And in between are those who are uncomfortable with either extreme, who feel spiritually homeless. These exiles are looking for a new way of understanding what faith looks like in a polarized, pluralistic, post-Christian culture. They want to know: What does it mean to be the people of God now?That's the question Rick McKinley seeks to answer. He shows exiled Christians how people of faith from other times and places discovered how to live faithfully, prophetically, and imaginatively, neither compromising their principles nor their compassion, and never giving in to despair.

53mins

5 Apr 2020

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Ep. 207 – The Moments with Rick McKinley

Unsuccess

Pastor Rick McKinley joins us this week to talk about the story of starting Imago Dei Community Church in Portland. We discuss serving vulnerable communities, in spite of the difficult political and theological conversations that may ensue, and really living into the different “moments” that God graces us. You can find out more about Imago Dei at idcpdx.com and you can find Rick online on a few different social media platforms.

1hr 9mins

7 Feb 2020

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37: MRU19, Session 3, Rick McKinley

Church Venture Northwest Podcast

This is episode 37 of the CB Northwest and Camp Tadmor events podcast. We’re continuing with Men’s Roundup 2019: “Kingdom & Community”. This is Session 3, Saturday night with Rick McKinley. Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. - Jeremiah 29:7 Rick McKinley (DMin, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is the founder and lead pastor of Imago Dei Community Church and is the author of five books. He is a nationally known speaker at conferences including Q, Catalyst, and The Justice Conference. In 2012, Portland Monthly magazine voted him one of Portland's 50 Most Influential People and he is widely respected as a leader who navigates the issues surrounding faith, culture, and the church. Rick lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and four children.

38mins

26 Sep 2019

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36: MRU19, Session 2, Rick McKinley

Church Venture Northwest Podcast

This is episode 36 of the CB Northwest and Camp Tadmor events podcast. We’re continuing with Men’s Roundup 2019: “Kingdom & Community”. This is Session 2, Saturday morning with Rick McKinley. Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. - Jeremiah 29:7 Rick McKinley (DMin, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is the founder and lead pastor of Imago Dei Community Church and is the author of five books. He is a nationally known speaker at conferences including Q, Catalyst, and The Justice Conference. In 2012, Portland Monthly magazine voted him one of Portland's 50 Most Influential People and he is widely respected as a leader who navigates the issues surrounding faith, culture, and the church. Rick lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and four children.

43mins

19 Sep 2019

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35: MRU19, Session 1, Rick McKinley

Church Venture Northwest Podcast

This is episode 35 of the CB Northwest and Camp Tadmor events podcast. This episode begins the session from our most recent event, Men’s Roundup 2019: “Kingdom & Community”. This is Session 1, Friday night with Rick McKinley. Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. - Jeremiah 29:7 Rick McKinley (DMin, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is the founder and lead pastor of Imago Dei Community Church and is the author of five books. He is a nationally known speaker at conferences including Q, Catalyst, and The Justice Conference. In 2012, Portland Monthly magazine voted him one of Portland's 50 Most Influential People and he is widely respected as a leader who navigates the issues surrounding faith, culture, and the church. Rick lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and four children.

35mins

12 Sep 2019

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Navigate Your Faith in a Polarized World with Rick McKinley

Greenelines

Pastor Rick McKinley provides five practices of faith from his book "Faith for This Moment" to help you when you want to retreat from a polarized culture. Listen as he talks about what the Israelites did in the time of Nebuchadnezzar and how it applies to today's opposition against the American church.

31mins

19 Jun 2019

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198 - The Future of the American Church - With Rick McKinley and Bonnie Lewis

VOX Podcast with Mike Erre

The road to 200! Part one of a series of conversations about the future of Christianity and the Church. In Part One, Mike speaks with Rick McKinley of Imago Dei Church in Portland Oregon and speaker and Bible Translator Bonnie Lewis in Austin Texas about how they each see the next 10-20 years of the Church. As always, thanks for listening! Learn more about the VOX Podcast:www.voxpodcast.comSubscribe on iTunes - apple.co/1Lla1NjSupport the VOX Podcast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/voxpodcastFollow us on Instagram: @voxpodcastLike us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/voxpodcastFollow Mike on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mikeerreMusic in this episode by Timothy John Staffordwww.timothyjohnstafford.comInstagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy

53mins

4 Jun 2019

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Episode 5 – Rick McKinley

Grow Together

This conversation with Pastor Rick McKinley about Faith For This Moment is extremely appropriate for this moment. The first part of the book helps us understand the importance of exile in living as Christians specifically in America. If we will lean on the leading of God for those in exile it will help us tremendously. Then, in the second part of the book he lays out five spiritual disciplines that will help us not fit into the culture without even thinking about it. Some of the stuff that his church at Imago Dei in Portland, Oregon are doing to be salt and light is an inspiration. Join the book club at KurtsBookClub.com

33mins

1 Jun 2019

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“Following Jesus in a Polarized World" with Rick McKinley

Corban Talks

Pastor Rick is the founder and lead pastor of Imago Dei Community and has authored six books. He is a nationally known speaker at conferences including Q, Catalyst, and The Justice Conference. In 2012, Portland Monthly magazine voted him one of Portland’s 50 Most Influential People and he is widely respected as a leader who navigates the issues surrounding faith, culture, and the church. Rick lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and four children.

35mins

27 Feb 2019

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