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Jason Poling

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EPISODE 356: Church in the MetaVerse with Jason Poling and Gerald Faulkner

The Making Sunday Happen Podcast

We’re talking with two pastors who are experimenting with VR at their church. First up is Gerald Faulkner, who has just started to implement VR at his church in North Carolina. And then we chat with with Jason Poling. Jason is the Lead Pastor at Cornerstone Yuba City, in Yuba City, CA. They both have a full VR campus and are staffing the campus just like they would a physical campus. At both of these churches, these pastors believe the Church can be anywhere at anytime with anyone - even in the MetaVerse. These are pastors that are reaching people for Jesus in a VR world. We’re excited to have them on the show! SHOW NOTES --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/makingsundayhappen/support

1hr 20mins

27 Jun 2022

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Mega to Meta? Your First Step in Starting a Metaverse Ministry with Jason Poling

unSeminary Podcast

Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. Today we’re talking with Jason Poling, lead pastor of Cornerstone Church of Yuba City in California. For the first ten years of Jason’s ministry as a pastor, he felt like he had been living in “maintenance mode.” While his church was experiencing growth, some of which was due to brand […]


20 Jan 2022

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EP103: Jason Poling & The Virtual Reality Multisite Campus

The Church Digital Podcast

I love talking with people who get it. People that you don’t have to convince of a good idea. People that are usually already running down the road about the time you say “hey, look over there!” Jason has been another one of the COVID contacts that is changing the way he looks at Church. Jason is Lead Pastor of Cornerstone Church, and you can hear his story in the podcast, but I’m pretty sure Cornerstone is the only one (if not one of a few) churches that are doing services Physically (in buildings), Digitally (broadcasting video), and also Avatar (Virtual Reality Campus). That’s right. Jason is doing a three-fold ministry approach, hitting physical, digital, and avatar. Not bad for a small church. Jason tells lots of stories here, talking about the challenges of getting started in virtual reality, and the eventual ministry payoff. Incredible conversation with immediate application for churches brave enough to think outside the box. Complete Show Notes and Online Video Available at THECHURCH.DIGITAL--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchdigital/message

1hr 2mins

9 Nov 2020

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Pastor Jason Poling on Leviticus 10:1-2 -- "The Strange Fire"

The Rabbi's Husband

Joining Mark on today’s episode is his friend of 30 years, Pastor Jason Poling, an Anglican Priest serving at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Baltimore who has 20 years of serving in Pastoral Ministry. Today, Jason and Mark discuss Leviticus 10:1, The Strange Fire.After providing the context for this passage, Pastor Jason offers his perspective on the sin of Nadab and Abihu, and Mark shares his views on it as well. This passage is very special to the Pastor, and he explains the reasons why, and also introduces two things he has learned about mankind during his many years of service. Distinguishing between religious enthusiasm and religious extremism, exploring the human capacity for self-deception, and emphasizing the importance of maintaining civilization are just some of the themes running through this thought provoking and informative episode, rendering it highly relevant given the state of our world today.Episode Highlights:The context of Leviticus 10:1 Perspectives on Nadab and Abihu’s sin Why this passage is so special to Pastor Jason Two things that he has learned about mankind during all his years in Pastoral MinistryQuotes:“I think here we see some early religious extremists, and what happens to them.”“They probably joined a cult where they didn’t get married, didn’t have kids, drank too much, and brought an alien or strange or prohibited fire to the altar.”“We have to make a distinction between religious enthusiasm…and religious extremism.”“The human capacity for self-deception is far beyond what most of us appreciate.”“Civilization is a gift that we have to cultivate, we have to maintain.”Leviticus 10:1-2 Now Aaron’s sons Nadab and Abihu each took his fire pan, put fire in it, and laid incense on it; and they offered before the LORD alien fire, which He had not enjoined upon them. And fire came forth from the LORD and consumed them; thus they died at the instance of the LORD. https://www.sefaria.org/Leviticus.10.1-2?lang=bi&aliyot=0Links:The Rabbi’s Husband homepage: http://therabbishusband.com/Mark’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/markgerson?lang=en


15 Jun 2020

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Jason Poling and the Supper of the Lamb

New Hope Community Church Sermon Podcast


7 Jun 2015