In this episode of the Bitcoin Magazine Podcast, Host Christian Keroles sits down with George Mekhail of BitcoinIs and the OC Bitcoin Network. George has been making waves in the Bitcoin community both with his regular virtual and in person meets up but also with his thought provoking articles. Two of his recent articles published with the Bitcoin Magazine IN A SOCIALLY-DISTANT WORLD, BITCOIN IS COMMON GROUND https://bitcoinmagazine.com/culture/in-a-socially-distant-world-bitcoin-is-common-ground ARE BITCOINERS A**HOLES? https://bitcoinmagazine.com/culture/are-bitcoiners-aholes In both articles, George demonstrates how Bitcoin is more than just an asset. bitcoin is a social movement, a base level truth, and a way for humans to better communicate. George aims to continue to better the human experience both with thought leadership but also with community building. George's deepest driver is his unshakable conviction in Bitcoin and he believes that Bitcoiner's conviction in BTC will appeal to the hearts and minds of the masses.
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#109: Do u believe in life after Clarity? w/ George Mekhail
A Tiny Revolution
Another beloved friend joins me on the pod to talk about two things he's super passionate about: clarity and bitcoin. (And yes they absolutely relate.) Follow George around the internet @Gmekhail, and learn more about the work of Church Clarity at ChurchClarity.org. If you loved this episode, then go be a dear and leave us a good review and share us with a friend. And if you REALLY loved it, you can become a supporting partner on Patreon! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tinyrevolution/support Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
George Mekhail: Church Clarity #AmbiguityisHarmful
Refreshingly Honest Christian
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Why Church Clarity Matters with George Mekhail and Sarah Ngu
Can I Say This At Church Podcast
Support the show: Patreon l Glow l Episode Transcript It's time for churches, all of them, to make it absolutely clear what their beliefs are...Ambiguity is harmful. You can connect with Church Clarity right here: https://www.churchclarity.org/about Guest Bio: George Mekhail has been in the church his whole life. From growing up in the Coptic Orthodox tradition, to serving in Pastor roles within Evangelical and Mainline Churches. Follow him on twitter @gmekhail Sarah Ngu is a freelance writer based in New York. A leader at Forefront Brooklyn Church, Sarah is also a podcast host. Twitter @sarahngu Guest Music by David Dunn Tracks Include: Grace Will Lead Me Home, Vacation You can also find all the musical selections from all our episodes on our Spotify Playlist. Check out all the things over at the store...it's a great way to support the show www.canisaythisatchurch.com/store What are you waiting for; consider becoming a Patreon supporter of the show. You'll have access to many perks as well as guaranteeing the future of these conversations; even $1/Month goes so far as this show is 100% listener supported. Follow the show: https://www.facebook.com/CanISayThisAtChurch/ https://twitter.com/cistacpodcast https://www.canisaythisatchurch.com/ Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In this first episode of the relaunch of Midrash NYC, George Mekhail and Jonathan Williams discuss their respective paths to arriving at the divisive decision to make their churches open and affirming of LGBTQIA members and about the consequences of a church's ambiguity around the topic of affirmation.Interviewer: Jim RohnerABOUT GEORGE MEKHAILGeorge Mekhail has been involved in church his entire life, from growing up in the Coptic Orthodox tradition to serving in pastor roles within Evangelical and Mainline churches. He is currently the Executive Director of Church Clarity (https://www.churchclarity.org), a crowdsourced organization that seeks to verify if a church's stated policy is open and clear on a number of issues from affirmation of LGBTQIA members to women in leadership positions.
George Mekhail, Executive Director of Church Clarity joins the Changing Faith Podcast to talk about how institutions often operate in ambiguity, rather than clarity. And churches are no exception. Many churches fail to disclose their actively enforced policies … Can a woman preach? Will you officiate a same-sex wedding? Will you hire a queer pastor? Answers to these questions often remain elusive. Ambiguity enables those with power to operate without accountability, often causing real harm. Many invest years into a church community, only to later discover the truth about the church’s policies, and end up feeling betrayed, deceived and “bait-and-switched.” Join us to learn why Clarity is reasonable. You can learn more about Church Clarity here: https://www.churchclarity.org Follow George on Twitter here:@gmekhail
We're joined by special guest George Mekhail, the executive director and architect of Church Clarity, a social impact organization focused on establishing a new standard of clarity for protestant Churches.
42: Church Clarity with Sarah Ngu + George Mekhail
Clarity is reasonable and ambiguity is harmful. That is the mission of Sarah Ngu + George Mekhail. To cause less harm for women and the LGBTQ+ community. They promote honesty and transparent communications for churches on their websites and more! https://www.churchclarity.org/ Follow them on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/churchclarity/ Connection with Sarah https://twitter.com/sarahngu and George on Twitter https://twitter.com/gmekhail --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holycannoli/support
George has been in the church his whole life. From growing up in the Coptic Orthodox tradition, to serving in Pastor roles within Evangelical and Mainline Churches. We get the chance to talk about George and his work with Church Clarity. As George puts it, “We shouldn’t know more about our Uber drivers than we do about our pastors.”