Experiential Preaching, nerves and Leadership Lab - Joe Thorn
Resources mentioned: Folly Grace and Power - The Mysterious Act of Preaching by John Koessler : https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11426236-folly-grace-and-power P209-G Series Mechanical Pencil https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pentel-P209-Automatic-Pencil-Yellow/dp/B005COAGI0/ref=bmx_1?pd_rd_w=DuNmr&pf_rd_p=3b4d17ac-6eab-47e0-8b13-ee240cd59373&pf_rd_r=T869BWE51ZV0YHRT8DV6&pd_rd_r=062aae30-85d4-4f25-9c0b-3b1331a6a08f&pd_rd_wg=C5QDe&pd_rd_i=B005COAGI0&psc=1Leuctturm1917 notebooks:https://www.leuchtturm1917.co.uk/notebooks/ Doctrine and Devotion Podcast: http://www.doctrineanddevotion.com/ Redeemer Fellowship: https://www.redeemerfellowship.org/Related Expositors Collective Episodes: Mike Doyle on “you are average!” : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/4/21/episode-104-spirit-empowered-preaching-nyc-updateGavin Ortlund on Chapell’s Christ Centered Preaching book : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2021/3/2/dying-on-the-right-hill-gavin-ortlund Brian Brodersen on finding your own voice: https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2019/12/2/episode-77-finding-your-own-voice JOE THORN is the founding and Lead Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St. Charles, IL. He is the author of Note to Self: the Discipline of Preaching to Yourself and Experiencing the Trinity: The Grace of God for the People of God, and has contributed articles to Tabletalk Magazine, the ESV Men's Devotion Bible, The ESV Story Bible, and The Mission of God Study Bible.
THINKPOD: How Theology Can Restore Your Weary Soul | Joe Thorn
The Think Institute Network
Feeling exhausted, perplexed, or just beat down by the events of 2020 and the first week of 2021? Here’s a (refreshed and remastered for 2021) conversation Joel had with Joe Thorn about the ever-important topic of how theology can restore your soul. In this episode from the archives, Joe Thorn, author of several books, host of the Doctrine and Devotion Podcast, and lead pastor of Redeemer Fellowship, joins Joel Settecase to talk about theology, burn-out, and God’s word—and how they all tie together. You will really hear Joe’s pastoral heart come out, as well as his extensive knowledge of how the theology you know can impact your mental, spiritual and emotional state. You’re not going to want to miss this. SUBSCRIBE to get equipped to explain, share and defend the Christian message! http://tinyurl.com/thinknetwork. Have you heard of our newest podcast, “Answer Anyone with Sye Ten Bruggencate?” If not, you’re going to want to check that out right here—and consider supporting our work! Get the full show notes at http://thethink.institute/podcast--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message
In the show's first ever bonus episode Joel and Eric sit down with Joe Thorn, co-host of Doctrine and Devotion, and lead pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St Charles, IL, to talk about what he's been reading, and discuss the benefits of reading in general for the purpose of growing in Christ. Check out Doc and Devo: http://www.doctrineanddevotion.com/ And Joe's latest books: https://www.amazon.com/Joe-Thorn/e/B004ANJ144%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share
Joe Thorn is the founding and Lead Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St. Charles, IL. and a graduate of Moody Bible Inst. (BA) and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv). He and his wife Jen have four children. You can follow Joe on Twitter - @JoeThorn. You can find the podcast Joe co-hosts along with Jimmy Fowler HERE.
Confessionalism, Satanism, And Cigars: The Joe Thorn Interview
The Babylon Bee
Editor-in-chief Kyle Mann and creative director Ethan Nicolle talk with pastor and author Joe Thorn. Joe is the founding and Lead Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship in St, Charles, IL, the author of several books (such as the Life of the Church, The Heart of the Church, and The Character of the Church), and co-host of the podcast, Doctrine and Devotion. Kyle and Ethan ask Joe tough questions in a round of Sin Or Not Sin, discuss his former Satanism, and talk cigars. Pre-order the new Babylon Bee Best-Of Coffee Table Book coming in 2020! Kyle and Ethan ask for pastoral advice in a round of Sin Or Not Sin: Vaping like a total cheesebag Throwing up the sign of the horns while listening to heavy metal Jazzercise Well-done steak Reading a Doug Wilson article Tattoo of John Piper’s face Sprinkling a baby with water for some reason Following Beth Moore on Twitter Following John MacArthur on Twitter Reading Relevant Magazine Reading Pulpit & Pen Drinking IPAs when there’s perfectly good bourbon nearby Topics discussed Thoughts on Reformed Theology and what the benefits may be of finding a church which subscribes to a historical confessional document Satanism Joe's openness about smoking cigars since he has written on Christians smoking cigars Joe's latest hot take: “I want my kids to stay away from Christian Twitter almost as much as pornography.” Some of this interview is in our premium Babylon Bee Subscriber Lounge, so... Become a paid subscriber at https://babylonbee.com/plans
Joe Thorn Talks About P&P on His Podcast to Tell People to Not Talk About P&P (GENIUS)
Polemics Report with JD Hall
On this episode of Polemics Report, JD addresses Joe Thorn, who took time in his podcast to tell people to not give Pulpit & Pen any attention (which is about the dumbest thing ever). Then, JD reviews James White’s claims that Rosaria doesn’t endorse preferred pronouns and tackles tweets from Rich Pierce supporting preferred pronouns. After that, JD answers a question, discuss KSP’s claim that Jesus broke the Sabbath, and then gives a summary of the forthcoming accusations against Apologia. TEXT or Leave a voice messageBTWN Feedback Line (320) BTWN – GUY The Polemics Report Pastor JD Hall of Pulpit & Pen compares what people are saying about God to the Word of God. A podcast designed to train your ability to discern between right and almost right. Highlighting the “downgrade” of modern Christianity. Learn More Listen Now
An interview on the subject of Solus Christus with Joe Thorn from Redeemer Bible Church and the Doctrine and Devotion podcast! Music by www.bensound.com Any advice, complaints, or questions? Reach us at our email! Also, contact us if interested in being a guest on the show! Blog: reformedwretches.blog Instagram: @reformed_lifestyle (Alex); @reformed.wretch (Paul) Email: email@example.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/undying-light. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26 - Theology to Restore a Weary Soul with Joe Thorn
The Think Institute Network
Feeling Weary? Have you ever felt weary? So weary that you felt it in your soul? When was that? Maybe it was after busy season at work, or after wrapping up a major ministry project in ministry caring for a loved one. What does God say about being weary? The Bible has a lot to say about the weary soul. Also, I have I have discussed a biblical perspective on weariness in episodes, If God is Good, Why Did He Let This Happen to Me? and Ends, Means & Evangelism (blogcast). Because the Bible has so much to say, it can be easy to pick a verse for a quick “head” fix, like Philippians 4:6, which says “Do not be anxious about anything,” and then grit your teeth and white-knuckle your way through. It can also be tempting to fixate on a verse for a “heart” (emotional) fix--something like Jeremiah 29:11: “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.’” Neither way--seeking only a “head” fix or only a “heart”/emotional fix--is very effective. Yet as Christians, we are supposed to have everything needed for life and godliness--and we’re supposed to be able to take what we know about God and experience rest and restoration for our weary souls. So how exactly does that happen? What does it mean to have a weary soul? And what do we do about it? In this episode we’re going to help you find the answer. My guest is Pastor Joe Thorn. Joe is the Lead Pastor at Redeemer Fellowship in St. Charles, Illinois, and a host of the Doctrine and Devotion podcast, with Jimmy Fowler. He has also written several books about the relationship between theology and the Christian life. Those books include Note to Self (which he talked about with the Biblical Counseling Coalition in 2011), and Experiencing the Trinity, in which he explains how a robust knowledge of God's nature can strengthen one's faith and bring believers back from the brink of falling away and restore them after burnout, exhaustion, and distress. Together we discuss the importance of theology as well as finding theological coaches to help us along our journey. Get the show notes at https://bit.ly/2jWBB2m--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message
Normal Pastor Conference 2019 - Joe Thorn - Anxiety in the Pastor's Heart
Liberty Baptist Church
The following are recordings from the Normal Pastor Conference 2019, in Liberty, Missouri.The Normal Pastor Conference is for any church leader who may feel a little discouraged in ministry, maybe a little outside the scope of the common church growth wisdom or a little left out when it comes to the ever-changing trends in church resources. This isn’t about big churches or small churches or big platforms or small platforms. Whatever your ministry context or scale, The Normal Pastor is for any minister who is a little more convinced each day that he needs a lot more gospel and a lot less of himself. If you long less for building a ministry empire and more for leaving a legacy of simple faithfulness to the local church, we think that’s normal.